A Peek Into India's Most Expensive Billionaire Homes
India is home to as many as 101 billionaires, making it the fourth highest number in the world. Most of these super-rich personalities own some expensive properties, which of course come with all the luxuries of the world, and have a jaw-dropping price tag. Such luxurious homes quintessentially bring a glimpse of their high-class lifestyle. Some of these residential buildings of these high-networth Indians (HNIs) have become landmark structures in India.
MakaaniQ lists a few of the most expensive residence of Indian billionaires:
Location: Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill, South Mumbai
Who owns it: Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries
Billionaire’s networth: $ 38 billion
Property: The 27-storey property is situated in an upmarket destination in south Mumbai. Known to be the most expensive private residential property in the world, it is valued at over Rs 10,000 crore ($1 billion). The building spans over an area of 400,000 square feet and includes luxurious facilities with six levels of reserved underground parking and three helipads.
Location: Bandra Palli Hill, Mumbai
Who owns it: Dilip Shanghvi, Founder and Managing Director of Sun Pharmaceuticals
Billionaire’s networth: $16.5 billion
Property: Dilip Shanghvi also owns a modest, common-man house in the suburbs of Juhu. But, his residence located at Surat in Gujarat exudes contemporary features that define his billionaire status. Developed by Matharoo Associates, the building has stunning architectural designs with two entries and comprise of high-end living rooms, a prayer room, a study and a green lawn.
Location: Pali Hill, Mumbai
Who owns it: Anil Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Group
Billionaire’s networth: $3.15 billion
Property: The younger brother of Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani, owns this property. Spread over 16,000 sqft of area, the structure was initially planned to be 150 metres high. This under-construction residence will have a height of 66 metres and 17 floors, equipped with all luxury facilities. Like Antilia, Abode is expected to be the most expensive home in the world with a cost of Rs 5,000 crores.
Location: Malabar Hill, Mumbai
Who owns it: Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group
Billionaire’s networth: $12.6 billion
Property: The industrialist bought the sprawling two-storey bungalow, built on a plot of 30,000 sqft, for a sum of Rs 450 crore. It has a built-up area of 25,000 sqft. There are lavishly designed rooms along with a central courtyard with opens sky views. The owner has another bungalow on the Carmichael Road and a two-storey apartment, IL Palazzo, in Malabar Hill.
Location: Nepean Sea Road, Mumbai
Who owns it: Anand Mahindra, Chairman of Mahindra Group
Billionaire’s networth: $1.54 bn
Property: This three-storey luxury house, facing the famous Priyadarshini Park, covers an area of 13,000 sqft. The real estate division of Mahindra Group had purchased the property at a cost of about Rs 270 crore. Nepean Sea Road is the same locality where the business honcho was born and lived as a tenant.
Lakshmi Mittal, Bungalow No 22
Location: Aurangzeb Road, Delhi
Who owns it: Lakshmi Mittal, Chairman and CEO of ArcelorMittal
Billionaire’s networth: $ 16.5 bn
Property: The Delhi residence of the Indian steel magnate is an addition to the expensive properties he owns in the United Kingdom and Scotland. It is situated in New Delhi's Lutyen's bungalow zone, a tony location which is also home to many foreign embassies.
Location: Malabar Hill, Mumbai
Who owns it: Harsh Goenka, Chairman of RPG Enterprises
Billionaire’s networth: $ 2.28 billion
Property: The mansion-like property is a duplex situated in south Mumbai’s coveted Malabar Hill. The business magnate bought the five-bedroom apartments on the 18th and 19th of the building for a price of Rs 45.2 crore. The grand 3,500-sqft residential space boasts world-class features and comes with two roomy parking spaces.