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Friday, January 20, 2012

Do you which is the world’s largest and most expensive private residences?

October 19, Mumbai, India. Mukesh Ambani’s 27th floor luxury mansion, he is India’s richest man. This building stands in the urban centre of Bombay was named "Antilla", the name is from a legendary island in the Atlantic Ocean. It took seven years to build this elite housing, height of 173 meters, covering an area of 3.7 million square meters, more than the famous Palace of Versailles in France, becoming by far the world’s largest and most expensive private residences. There are three helipads. By then, the Ambani family will move into the mansion with 600 servants.

There’s an underground parking garage can accommodate 168 cars, outdoor air garden, and so on. "Antilla" estimated construction cost of 45 million pounds, but recently house price has been rocketing up in Mumbai, "Antilla" prices rise to 10 billion U.S. dollars. The building owner, 53-year-old Mukesh Ambani has a number of oil, retail and biotechnology companies. In the latest issue of "Forbes" magazine, Mr. Ambani’s total assets up to 180 billion, is the world’s fourth richest.

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