9 Most expensive houses in India

9 Most expensive houses in India
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• JK house owned by Gautam Singhania. This house is situated at Breach Candy, Mumbai. This house has 30 floors of which 6 floor are reserved specially for parking. Additionally it has a helipad, gym and a health center. The cost of this house is estimated to be around Rs.200 crores. It also has a private museum that includes rare jade collection of Singhania and the art and artifacts collected over the years.

• White House Sky owned by Vijay Mallya, the owner of the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines. It is located in UB City’s Kingfisher Towers, Bangalore. It houses 82 apartments, of which 10 are meant for the business stalwart’s family, while the rest are for sale. Costing more than Rupees 100-crores, the duplex ‘White House Sky’, has luxurious features such of a spa, a salon, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a wine bar, and a helipad. This opulent living quarter is spread over an area of 40,000 square feet and also contains private quarters and elevators for the servants of the house.

• Shashi Ruia and Ravi Ruia Bungaow which is co-owned by Essar chairman Shashi Ruia and vice Chairman Ravi Ruia. It is on Tees January Marg in Delhi.The total cost of this Bungalow is over 100 Crores.

• Ratan Tata owned Cabins of Colaba, which has a market value of around 125-crores. This house is situated in Mumbai’s Colaba region. It is sea-facing, and hence makes a luxurious residence. It has a built-up area of around 13,350 square feet and is a white elegant structure with three floors, and each storey is constructed in the form of a duplex. Each floor has a set of living rooms and bedrooms. The residence also has amenities like a sun deck, gymnasium, a spacious lobby, and a swimming pool. Tata’s home reflects modern, minimalistic design tastes.

• Gulistan owned by Anand Mahindra, founder and CEO of the Mahindra Group, bought a Rishi Gagan Trust-Orbit Corp property, covering an area of 13,000 square feetIt was the same bungalow that had initially been rented out to Anand Mahindra. The value of this property is 270-crores.

• Naveen Jindal, the owner of Jindal industries owns a mansion at the expensive Leafy Lutyens Bungalow Zone in Delhi. This is named Naveen Jindal ResidenceThe estimated price of this palatial bungalow is almost 150-crore. This heritage house occupies a large area of 3-acres in the heart of New Delhi.

• As an answer to the lavish Antila which is owned by Mukesh Ambani, his brother Anil Ambani has built his own posh house, naming it ‘Abode.’ This is one of most expensive houses in the world and is valued to be more than Rs.5000-crores. The Abode is located on posh Pali Hill area, of Mumbai’s Bandra area.

• Rana Kapoor Residence. This house on Tony Altamount Road in Mumbai is owned by Rana Kapoor, the founding chairman of YES Bank.This property is spread across 14,800 square feet, and has cost the business tycoon a whopping Rs.128-crore. This palatial two-storeyed building is located right next to Mukesh Ambani’s residence, Antilia.

• The NCPA Apartments located at Nariman Point in Mumbai, has some of the most expensive houses inside its premises. A flat inside the NCPA Apartments sells for an average of 30-crores. The tower faces the sea, and each flat can be purchased for an approximate price of 98,000 Rupees per square feet. There have been instances when a 4BHK house was purchased by a buyer, an NRI living in the United Kingdoms, for 34-crores.

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