The Most Expensive Houses in The World Ranked

Which Home Is the Most Expensive?

From historic palaces to music mogul's digs, there are some seriously expensive homes out there. Find out which homes are the most expensive in the world.

Buckingham Palace


Unsurprisingly, the most expensive place in the world is Buckingham Palace. With 775 rooms, the palace covers roughly 828,000 square feet and includes a 40-acre garden.

Antilia — Mumbai

The second-largest home in the world is owned by the wealthiest individual in India, Mukesh Ambani. Designed by a Chicago-based architecture firm, Antilia boasts 400,000 square feet, is 27 stories tall and is essentially a self-contained community that's also earthquake-resistant.


Villa Leopolda

Villa Leopolda is a gorgeous structure located in Nice, France. The current value of this home is estimated at $750 million and comes complete with a helipad, 12 swimming pools and was once owned by King Leopold II of Belgium. Also, Alfred Hitchcock shot his 1955 movie "To Catch a Thief" here.


The One

This quintessentially Californian home simply titled "The One" is home to Nile Niami, a film producer that pivoted to real estate. Worth $500 million, it covers 105,000 square feet and has 9 bedrooms.


Les Palais Bulles

This $390 million mansion is also affectionately referred to as the Bubble Palace. Located in Théoule-sur-Mer in France, this uniquely designed abode is owned by famed fashion designer Pierre Cardin


One Hyde Park

The 6th most expensive home brings you back to London, England to One Hyde Park. With a value of $209 million, this is a two-story penthouse complete with heated marble floors, two wine cellars, endless storage and panoramic views of the city.


Bey & Jay's Home

When Bey and Jay aren't being an entertainment force on the road, they relax in this rather palatial 30,000 square foot home that's valued at $295 million in Malibu overlooking the coastline.


Palazzo di Amore

Continuing the California tour, the Palazzo di Amore in Beverly Hills is a $195 million home that is packed with amenities like a bowling alley, a 5,000 square foot master suite, a 50-seat theater,  and even 15 swimming pools.


Drake's Toronto Mansion

Ranking at number nine for $100 million, Drake’s home is a vibe. The 860,000-square-foot property was designed from the ground up. It has an NBA-sized basketball court, a two-story closet, and a living room with walls that stretch 44 feet high.