India has the third-largest number of billionaires in the world, and these billionaires enjoy a luxury lifestyle. The Indian billionaires live a lavish lifestyle, and their bungalows and villas are a huge part of it.
Their residences are extravagant and lovely from the inside out and are worth more than a few countries’ GDP. Here’s all you need to know about India’s most valuable homes, including who owns them and how much they’re worth.
Antilia is worth a whopping 12000 crores
Mukesh Ambani, the son of Dhirubhai Ambani, is Asia’s richest businessman. He lives in Antilia. These buildings rise on 4,00,000 square feet of the ground and are 173 meters (568 feet) tall. There are three helipads, a traffic control centre, a ballroom, nine elevators, and other amenities in this opulent residence
Anil Ambani’s residence
Anil Ambani, Mukesh Ambani’s brother, is one of Asia’s wealthiest businessmen, with a home in Mumbai called Adobe. Ambani’s mansion is one of India’s most beautiful, huge, and expensive homes.
It is constructed at an area of over 16,000 square feet. The altitude is expected to be 66 metres high. Abode’s worth is Rs 5,000 crores.
Everyone knows Shah Rukh Khan, the Bollywood king, and owner of the stunning seafront estate known as “Mannat.”The original name of this property was “Villa Vienna,” but Shah Rukh changed it to Mannat in 2005. The luxurious property is estimated at around 200 crores.
Gautam Vijaypat, the chairman and managing director of Raymond Group and the owner of JK House, is one of the top Indian industrialists. The home is located in Mumbai and spans 16,000 square feet of land with a height of 468 feet and 36 stories. It is valued at around 6000 crores.
The Essar Group’s owners, Shashi Ruia, and Ravi Ruia have a gorgeous residence called “Ruia House” that costs 120 crores (estimated.) and covers 2.24 acres. It is valued at 120 crores.
The Rana Kapoor residence is valued at 120 crores:
Rana Kapoor, a former banker, managing director, and CEO of Yes Bank owns this home. The mansion is valued at over 120 crores and is located on Mumbai’s Tony Altamount Road.
Let us now discuss Jalsa, the opulent home of Amitabh Bachchan and his family. Jalsa is one of India’s most costly homes, costing over 120 crores. The house is inspired by regal lineage and features mirror shelves, glass chandeliers, luxurious rugs, and stunning paintings.
Vijay Mallya, the chairman of the United Breweries Group, owns Sky House, a copy of the White House, which is located atop the Kingfisher Tower. It is worth a 100-crore skyscraper.
This mansion is located on the 33rd and 34th floors of a building in Bangalore, and it covers an area of 40,000 square meters. Sky House residents may enjoy a panoramic view of the city from the top of the skyscraper.
Jatia House is rated at around 425 crores
Kumar Mangalam Birla, the Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, owns Jatia House, which he paid 425 crores for at an auction. The sea-looking property is built over 30,000 square feet and has two floors in Mumba’s Tony Malabar Hill neighbourhood.
Jindal House is one of India’s most opulent residences, and it is owned by Mr Sajjan Jindal, the chairman of the JSW Group and a successful Indian businessman.
Ratan Tata’s retirement residence
Ratan Tata, the founder of the Tata Group, possesses the most beautiful mansion in the world, valued at Rs 150 million. This home has a total area of 13,350 square feet and numerous amenities.