Most Expensive Houses in India: - Leave Antilia Do you know about these 10 expensive houses in India?


Which is the most expensive house in India? Of course, for this, you will talk about Antilia, the house of Mukesh and Nita Ambani. Antilia is a house which is considered to be one of the most expensive houses not only in the country but in the world. But if we talk about the 10 most expensive houses in India, then there are many such houses about which you might be surprised to know. These are very expensive and are the property of the well-known families in the country. So let's know today about the Indian houses that compete with Antilia. 

1. Antilia-

Expenditure – Between 6000 crores to 12000 crores


See, its name will be included in the list of most expensive houses. MukeshAmbani's house Antilia is a very expensive and luxurious house which is located on Altamount Road in Mumbai. It was designed by Chicago-based architects Will & Perkins. It has 9 high-speed elevators as well as 3 helipads and the house can withstand an earthquake of 8 magnitudes on the Richter scale. 

2. JK House-

Expenditure – Rs 5000 crore

GautamSinghania, chairman of Raymond Group, lives in the neighbourhood of MukeshAmbani, whose house is the second tallest private building in India. The house has 30 floors and is a residential space with two swimming pools, five floors and parking. Along with this, helipad, spa, gym everything is inside it. 

3. Abode

Expenditure - 5000 crores

The house of elder brother MukeshAmbani is considered to be the most expensive, but the house of younger brother Anil Ambani is no less. Helipad, 16000 square feet bungalow, in-house gym, spa, swimming pool, etc. everything is included. This house has all the amenities of a five-star hotel which makes it one of the most expensive homes in India. This house of Anil Ambani is 17 floors and before Antilia, MukeshAmbani's family also lived here. 

4. Lincoln house

Expenditure – Rs 750 to 900 crore

The Lincoln House, located in the Posh area of ​​South Mumbai, was once used by the British. The owner and socialite Cyrus Poonawalla, who makes the vaccine, live in this house. According to the Indian Express report, this house was bought by Cyrus Poonawalla for Rs 750 crores and now its value can be estimated above 1000 crores. This is not a house but a complete palace which is situated on the sea shore. 

5. Pataudi Palace

Expenditure – 800 crores


Pataudi Palace, the family home of Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, is worth about Rs 800 crore. This private house is very special and it is now named after Saif Ali Khan. A part of Pataudi House is open to tourists and the rest is private property. 

6. Jatia House

Expenditure 425 crore

This house is also located in Mumbai and Kumar Mangalam Birla lives in this house. This house is so big that 500-700 people can be hosted together in it. There is also a pond inside it and this 20 bedroom house is close to the sea. It looks like a set of a Bollywood movie. 

7. Aditya Estates

Expenditure – 400 crores

Some time back Gautam Adani, the country's richest man, bought a property named Aditya Estate in Delhi. Located in Delhi, this property is 3.4 acres and it is equipped with every comfort and convenience. This property has a luxurious bungalow which has 7 bedrooms, 6 living rooms, 25000 square feet of space, a study area, staff quarters etc. 

8. Mannat

Expenditure – 200 crores

Mannat was bought by Shahrukh Khan for about 200 crores and now it can be priced up to 500 crores. There is a famous story that among the gifts that Shahrukh Khan has given to Gauri Khan, this is the most expensive. It has many bedrooms, a gym, library, personal auditorium etc. It is an ultra-modern palace and perfectly matches the style of King Khan. 

9.Ratan Tata Retirement Home

Expenditure – 150 crores 

Industrialist Ratan Tata's 7-storey retirement home is made up of 13,350 square feet. This house has everything like a media room, gym, sundeck, infinity pool etc. 50 people can come here comfortably and everything of convenience is available here. 

10. Jindal House

Expenditure- 120-150 crores

There is a beautiful bungalow in Delhi's Lutyens area which is spread over an area of ​​3 acres. This house is spread over 3 acres and is considered to be one of the most beautiful houses in the country. 

Source- report by GQ India/ Housing/ Indiamart/ Rediff/ nobroker