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What are some of the most beautiful houses in the world?

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Kanika Tanu

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Wonders of construction surround the world. Some stand tall while some are small yet magnificent. Some buildings are the beauties of construction while some others reflect the innovation and clever use of technology in construction.

There are a lot of beautiful houses present around the globe. Below is the list of some of the most beautiful homes in the world.

  • Buckingham Palace: One of the most beautiful houses is the Buckingham Palace with a net worth of over $1.55 billion. The Buckingham Palace is situated at Westminster city, London and it is the current residence of Queen Elizabeth II.  It was constructed in the year 1703 by architects John Nash and Edward Blore for the Duke of Buckingham. The Buckingham Palace features Neoclassical Architecture with around 775 rooms in total with a huge ballroom a huge garden, Victoria Memorial, etc.

  • Updown Court England: This magnificent property of $150 features 103 rooms, 5 swimming pools, a pure gold embedded mosaic floor on the study room, different kinds of game courts, heated driveaway, helipad, and an underground garage.

  • Antilia: The billion dollar house owned by Mukesh Ambani. Antilia is one of the giants of construction with 27 stories, covering a massive area of 4,00,000 square feet. Antilia features 6 underground parking spaces, 3 helicopter pads, snow room, etc. Antilia is richly decorated with rare items like marbles, pearls, and crystals. Another feature about Antilia is that designing on every floor is unique and no two floors have the same type of decoration. 

  • Villa Leopolda: A masterpiece of construction, Villa Leopolda is situated in French Riviera and has a value of $750 million. The Villa Leopolda features about 19 bedrooms each with its own unique sprawling private bath as well as an open terrace, sports courts, a massive swimming pool, and 2 giant guest rooms, covering over 80,000 square feet and is owned by Lily Safra.

  • Flintstones inspired House: This beautiful and antique single-storeyed house features the stone age theme which takes its inspiration from the cartoon show “The Flintstones” and is owned by the television legend Dick Clark in Malibu.

  • Four Fairfield Pond: Located at Sagaponack, New York, this huge home features 29 bedrooms with the self-power plant, covering about 63 acres with a value of over $248.5 million. Four Fairfield Pond consists of 39 bathrooms, a basketball court, bowling alley, squash and tennis courts, etc and is owned by Ira Rennert, owner of Renco Group.

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