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  • Antilla – Mukesh Ambani’s most expensive house in the world

    Posted on November 17, 2013 by Danny in Buildings.

    The most expensive house in the world… Mr Mukesh Ambani, his wife Nita & their 2 children have moved into their extravagant new home, which is named Antilia. This property has 3 helipads, 6 floors of parking. There is even an elevated garden with ceiling space to accommodate small trees. From the top floors of the 173m high property are spectacular views of Mumbai and of the Arabian Sea.
    A full time staff of six hundred in numbers was appointed for maintain this most expensive home in the world.The other features of this house includes parking space for 168 cars,a one floor vehicle maintenance facility ,nine elevators in the lobby,three helipads ,air traffic control facility, health spa, an ice room infused with man-made snow flurries,Custom hand carved rare marble pillars and stonework. yoga studio, small theatre with a seating capacity for 50 on the eighth floorand Worlds largest collection of antique sewing machines.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai's tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai’s tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai's tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai’s tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai's tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai’s tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai's tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai’s tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai's tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai’s tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai's tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

    Antilia, sits on Mumbai’s tony Altamount Road and cost an estimated $1 billion to build.

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