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Most Expensive Houses and Their Owners

When it comes to having a place that you can go to when you need to sleep, or rest; some people do not even have this! They stay on the roads, eating the remains that more fortunate people leave on the road. On the other hand, we see people who have billions, and own a house that costs them a fortune, where they will only use 4 or 5 rooms out of the whole thing. Here are the most expensive houses and the names of their owners.

Buckingham Palace

Carmencitta Magazine - Most Expensive Houses and Their Owners 1This palace is technically still a house. The Queen’s residence is located in London, and is not for sale. Moreover, its value is $1.55 billion which was valued by the Nationwide Building Society in 2012. In fact, Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms. Moreover, the owner is The British Sovereign; Currently Queen Elizabeth II, who has ruled since February 6, 1952.

Antilia

Carmencitta Magazine - Most Expensive Houses and Their Owners 2The Antilia is not even a house that you can imagine! In fact, it is a 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building that is located in Mumbai, India. Moreover, this building has six underground parking floors, three helicopter pads, and requires a 600-person staff just to maintain it. Furthermore, it is worth $1 billion, and belongs to Mukesh Ambani who is India’s richest man, that has a net worth of $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani made his money running Reliance Industries, an energy and materials company.

Villa Leopolda

Carmencitta Magazine - Most Expensive Houses and Their Owners 3This Villa is Located in Cote D’Azure, France. Moreover, it is worth $750 million, and owned by: Lily Safra who is a Brazilian philanthropist and a widow of the Lebanese banker William Safra. In fact, William, her husband, passed away when another one of the couple’s homes burned down, apparently due to arson. Furthermore, the villa includes: a commercial sized green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, helipad, and a guest house larger than the mansions of most millionaires.

 

The most two expensive yachts in the world

The most two expensive yachts in the world

The most two expensive yachts in the world

Yachts have always been linked to luxury, relaxation and class. In fact, today’s yachts are so much more different than the yachts of the past, as technology, gadgets, and amenities were added in order to make them more modern as well as comfier and able to meet with their owners’ needs. Bars, swimming pools, hot tubs, 1000 thread count linens and so much more are found in most of today’s luxurious yachts. Here is a list of today’s most two expensive yachts.

Streets of Monaco – $1 Billion

The most two expensive yachts in the worldIn fact, if you are thinking about buying this one, make sure that you pre order it as it is still under construction. Moreover, this yacht’s design is different from the traditional model we always come across, it is much better! Additionally, on this one, you will be able to enjoy a go-kart track, in addition to your own private beach as well as a handmade lake. Moreover, you can invite your friends to enjoy your own casino, as well as a replication a Monaco Grand Prix track. Moreover, tennis courts, swimming pools, cafés, and supposedly grand underwater ocean views, will be available just for you.

Eclipse – Estimated $450 Million – $1.2 Billion

The most two expensive yachts in the worldThe exact price of this yacht is still unknown. However, multiple sources have listed the price of construction as high as $1.5 billion. In fact, we know that this one is owned by Roman Abromavich, a Russian billionaire. Moreover, this yacht contains its private defense system that is designed in order to detect intruders as well as camera-wielding spectators. In fact, if you try to take its pictures, the system uses some modern light technologies that blocks them. Additionally, this one is able to fit 24 guests at once, as well as two helipads, in addition to its own private submarine.

If you have enough money, try to buy one of them!

Ridiculously Expensive Everyday Items

When we dream about having millions of dollars, we only imagine the cars, the yachts, the mansions, and the generally known things that are expensive. However, we never think that there are daily small items that millionaires use which are over-expensive for no logical reason. Today, we have gathered for you a list of ridiculously expensive items that you can also buy for a few dollars only.

Carmencitta Magazine - Ridiculously Expensive Everyday Items 1A Doorstop Worth $3,500

While regular people are using 1$ doorstops, somewhere in the world, there are ones who are using the Concrete Aalto Doorstop that is bought for 3,500$ to hold their doors. In fact, the reason why this doorstop is shaped like an Alvar Aalto Savoy vase, is because it is usually molded in a vase which is later shattered to take out the mold.

Carmencitta Magazine - Ridiculously Expensive Everyday Items 2Instant Noodles for $43

One Posh Instant Noodles has the same price of 100 regular noodles. The reason why this instant noodles is so expensive, is because the words on its package are gold plated. However, there is a good thing about it; its profits go to charity.

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A Backpack sold for $1650

If you are incredibly rich, it means that you have to be incredibly flashy. this Gold Backpack is worth $1650 and designed by the Billionaire Boys Club with a diamond dollar pattern. However, there are only 4 of this item, so be fast if you want to own one.

Carmencitta Magazine - Ridiculously Expensive Everyday Items 4A Bluetooth Headset For $50000

Yes, there are 4 zeros in this number, which is no surprise, because the headset is encrusted with diamonds. So, if you ladies, can’t put anything but diamonds in your ears, go ahead and buy one!

Carmencitta Magazine - Ridiculously Expensive Everyday Items 5A Tennis Ball Can for $1500

If the only reason you play tennis is to make connections with rich people, you should buy this tiffany tennis ball can, because, you know, a regular one is not suitable for such a sport.

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