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Three of the World’s Most Expensive Homes for Sale

by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

in Real Estate Radar, Variety

Every man’s (or woman’s) home is his castle. That’s how the saying goes, right. The team at Factotum.co.uk, in fact say that your home is your core and it reflects your personality and style.

But what about when money is no object? When you have a bottomless fund for your home, you can really go to town. These three homes truly show an unparalleled level of artistry and innovation that only money can buy. If you have a spare few million pounds laying around, maybe one of these amazing places could become your new home?

1: Middle Gap Road 24, Hong Kong. Asking Price: $446 Million

Hong Kong city is known for being a densely populated area where space really is set at a premium. This large 4-bedroom family home not only boasts plenty of space to stretch out, but also sits atop a tall hill that offers the home spectacular views of parkland and countryside. The property also has a circular swimming pool in the back garden that looks out over green parkland.

Middle Gap Road 24, Hong Kong

2: Villa Les Cèdres, France. Asking Price: $418 Million

Situated in the beautiful surroundings of the South of France, set within 35 acres of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, this area is a Mecca for ultra-rich home buyers. The Villa is a fine example of the stunning French architecture that the area is known for. Built in 1830, the Villa holds 14 well appointed bedrooms, sweeping roads lined with cedar and palm trees, and a bronze statue of Athena that anchors the majestic scenery together.

The 18,000-square-foot mansion was built on top of an ancient olive tree farm, and you can still see many olive trees growing in the ample grounds, many thought to be 300 years old or more.

You will think you have walked onto a period film set when you enter the Villa. Think of glittering chandeliers, wood panelling, and a library with more than 3,000 books lining the shelves, some very rare editions that are considered to be priceless.

3: Odeon Tower Sky Penthouse, Monaco. Asking Price: $330 Million

Maybe not for someone who is scared of heights, this five-story penthouse sits at the top of a modern skyscraper along the Mediterranean coast. The Odeon Tower itself is known for its remarkable modern architecture, and the penthouse is not exception!

Odeon Tower Sky Penthouse, Monaco

Being set in one of the most expensive places to live in the world, the penthouse overlooks Monaco city and out over the Mediterranean coastline with it’s azure blue seas and amazing sunsets. Built with floor-to-ceiling glass walls, the home offers a complete 360-degree view across the waterfront.


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