6 Most Luxurious Houses In India

India may not be a superpower yet, but it surely is a potential economic superpower with the number of billionaires residing in our country. Their lifestyle redefines luxury and is something one could only dream about. From owning luxury cars to owning luxury homes, they have everything one could ask for. Their luxury homes are like a Dreamland that has everything, a little world (actually a big one) that has everything from gymnasiums to movie theaters. Have you ever fantasized about such homes? Well if you have, this article is for you. In this article, we shall be discussing the priciest homes in India and the luxury they serve.

Antilia:

Mukesh Ambani is the synonym for richness in India. So much so that we no more use the word rich. Instead, we call people “Ambani”. Mukesh Ambani owns Reliance firms and is the most successful business tycoon in India. His residence in Mumbai is known as Antilia. Antilia is the priciest real estate property in India and has as many as 27 floors. Talking about the luxurious facilities it offers, Antilia has multi-story car parking, a salon (yes!), an ice-cream parlor, a movie theatre, a swimming pool, and 3 helipads. Its cost is a whopping 12,000 crores.

Mannat:

Now, who hasn’t seen Mannat or dreamt of being inside it at least once in life. For the fans of Shahrukh Khan, Mannat is like a pilgrimage. Shah Rukh Khan has been named amongst the list of the richest actors of not just India, but the world. In several of his Interviews, Shahrukh Khan has said how much Mannat means to him and how he worked days and nights to pay for Mannat. The interior of the house has been designed by his wife Gauri Khan herself. The house serves all the modern amenities and offers the scenic beauty of the Arabian sea. It has 6 stories and is located in Bandstand Bandra. It has an auditorium, a gymnasium, a library, an entire floor dedicated to sports and games, and several bedrooms. It has a whopping cost of Rs. 200 crores.

JK House:

The JK house is owned by Gautam Singhania and is one of the most beautifully designed houses in the country. It is spread across an area of 16,000 square feet and is tall enough to qualify as the second tallest building in our country after Antilia. It has as many as 30 stories which are occupied by offices, residential spaces, gymnasiums, a helipad, 2 private swimming pools, and some recreational space. Singhania is one of the most successful business tycoons globally, and his super luxurious residence in South Bombay costs a whopping ₹6,000 crores.

Abode:

The second heir of Dhirubhai Ambani, Anil Ambani owns an extravagantly beautiful and luxurious property in the Pali Hills of Mumbai. The lovely real estate property is spread across an area of 16,000 square feet and is as tall as 70 meters. The house has some luxurious amenities to offer like a spa, a helipad, a gymnasium, and a beautiful swimming pool. Abode is more luxurious and extravagant than any 7-star hotel in the country and attracts people from across the country and the state to catch a glimpse of this piece of perfect architecture. With the modern architecture and all the modern facilities that it offers, the property costs as much as ₹5,000 crores.

Ratan Tata’s Retirement Home:

Apart from being the owner of the Tata industries and Ratan Tata group, Ratan Tata is one of the most loved industrialists of the country, a title not many have been able to acquire. He has been a role model for many and works for the upliftment of the country. The Ratan Tata’s Retirement Home is located in Colaba, Mumbai, and is spread across an area of 13,350 square feet. It has been divided into seven levels. The house has some luxurious facilities like a gymnasium, a sun deck, an infinity pool, a private parking area, and a media room. Its cost had been estimated to be around ₹150 crores.

Sky House:

Vijay Mallya is the personification of luxury and is known for his extravagant lifestyle. The liquor tycoon has been in the news for all the loans he took from the banks and hasn’t paid back yet. Talking about his residence in Bengaluru, it is like heaven amidst clouds. Just like its name, the penthouse has been built on the top of a building with 35 stories. It covers an area of 40,000 square feet and has a 360° view. The house has a gymnasium, a parking lot, a helipad, and an infinity pool too. The estimated cost of the house is $20 million.

Conclusion:

India houses a lot of billionaires like the Ambanis, the Tatas, the Birlas, Shahrukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Gautam Singhania, etc. The residences of these billionaires are nothing less than a tourist attraction for a common man. Mukesh Ambani’s Antilia is the most expensive house in India and costs 12000 crores. The house has an ice-cream parlor, a gym, a salon, and everything you could imagine. Shahrukh Khan’s Mannat is second on the list costing about ₹200 crores and is located in the Bandstand area of Bandra, Mumbai. The Bungalow (understatement) faces the Arabian sea. The JK House, owned by Gautam Singhania, costs about ₹6,000 crores and is the third on the list. The house has five stories dedicated to parking and two private swimming pools.

 The fourth on the list is Abode, owned by Anil Ambani. Abode’s estimated cost is ₹5,000 crores and is located in the Pali Hills of Mumbai. Ratan Tata’s Retirement Home stands at the fifth position on our list with an estimated cost of ₹150 crores. The Sky House owned by Vijay Mallya stands sixth on our list and has a whopping cost of $20 million. Several other luxurious houses in the country are, ‘Jalsa’ owned by Amitabh Bachchan, ‘Jindal House’ owned by Naveen Jindal, ‘Jatia House’ owned by KM Birla, and ‘Ruia House’ owned by Ravi Ruia & Shashi Ruia.

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