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Inside pics: Take a tour of Antilia, Mukesh Ambani’s 27-storey luxury home in Mumbai

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For the 13th straight year, Mukesh Ambani is the richest Indian billionaire. No one in this country is even close to his net worth.

Mukesh Ambani is the owner of the second-most expensive home in the world, which is, Antilia, ranks after the Buckingham Palace. Antilia, the Ambani residence, is worth Rs 1,40,000,000,000 (14,000 crore rupees or USD 2 billion).

It is located in one of the most expensive residential areas in India, Mumbai’s Altamount Road. The property rates here are a staggering Rs 80,000 to Rs 85,000 per square foot. Antilia has ice-cream parlour, a mega-temple and a private theatre that can accommodate 50 people and a salon as well.

Check out the inside pics of Ambani residence:-

Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Mukesh Ambani’s house worth is staggering! Check out inside pics
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Antilia, which is named after a mythical island in the Atlantic Ocean, is one of the most expensive residential properties in the world and the 4,00,000 sq. ft. building is located on Altamount Road in South Mumbai.

Located in one of the most luxurious residential areas in India, Mumbai’s Altamount Road, the property rates here are a staggering Rs 80,000 to Rs 85,000 per square foot.

It is a staggering 27-storey building but since some ceilings are of double-height, it’s quite closer to the size of a 40-storey building as it is 570 feet high.

It houses as many as 600 staff members that help maintain the huge mansion. There’s an entourage room where security, bodyguards and other assistants can chill and relax there.

The Ambani residence is well-equipped with a health spa, a salon, a ballroom, 3 swimming pools, yoga and dance studios.

Antilia boasts ice-cream parlour, a mega-temple and a private theatre that can accommodate as many as 50 people

The six floors in the building are strictly dedicated to parking with a space for over 168 cars.

The tower alone has 9 elevators and interestingly there are separate elevators for guests and the Ambani family members

The expensive mansion has 3 helipads on the roof.

Written by Krishna Manohar

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