A home is the most valuable source in the life of every person, where he provides convenience and protection for his family. However, persons who are able spectacular and amazing houses, they are more of a reflection of their personal taste and style. Such people spend huge figures on making their houses exclusive and excellent, as money is not a very big problem for them.

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Antilla

Owned by RIL owner and India’s second richest person Mukesh Ambani, Antilla is world’s most expensive home situated in South Mumbai. The building is spread in 400, 000 Sqft place. The property comprises of 27 floors, of which six are organized for vehicle parking and 3 for the helipad. Think about any luxury and you will find in this luxurious building.

Mannat

King of Bollywood and the second-richest actor in the world functions one of the more expensive houses in India. Shah Rukh Khan’s home Mannat is a sea-facing palatial property, providing you with an insight into the king-size lifestyle of the actor. The Rs. 200 crores value home a 6 story bungalow with a huge library, mini theatre, gym, swimming pool, and basement parking.

Vijay Mallya Residence

The intricate business tycoon, Vijay Mallya, who functions Kingfisher Airlines as well as UB Group, has a lavish home, which he calls “White House in the Sky”. This spectacular mansion style home has been created in UB Town, Bangalore and is definitely value well over Rs 100 crore.

Ratan Tata’s Bungalow

Sprawling over 15,000 sq ft, this palatial mansion has all the spectacular features and splendid luxuries appropriate for an industrialist such as Ratan Tata. From a liveable place to a gym, a sun terrace with a swimming pool, a media room to a playroom, Tata’s bungalow has it all.

JK House

JK House at Breach Kandy in Mumbai is undoubted, one of the more expensive and most spectacular houses in the nation in 2015. It linked to Gautam Singhania and has some awesome facilities such as a health centre, a museum and a helipad. The home has 30 floors, out of which 6 are planned for vehicle parking only.