Surfing the web in search of the most beautiful houses has always been therapeutic for me. It fuels my dreams, drives my ambitions, and makes me marvel at the creativity of some of the best minds in the world as I look forward to owning one of these stunning homes too. There are thousands of them, but I made a compilation of 5, I hope you love them as much as I do. Cheers.
Updown Court – Windlesham, UK – $180 million
Not far from London, in the village of Windham in Surrey, next to Windsor Castle and the house of Elton John, we can find one of the most expensive private homes in England. It costs about $180 million, this dream house consists of 103 rooms, 22 bedrooms and 5 Olympic pools, there are: a large cinema hall with 50 seats, a garage where you can park up to 8 limousines and a landing site for helicopters. If all this is not enough, there are also various golf courses, tennis, squash, bowling and, of course, stables.
The One, Bel Air, California – $500million
At 100,000 square feet, it’s downright massive, with 20 bedrooms and 30 bathrooms—the primary suite alone is bigger than most New York City condos at 5,500 square feet. The amenities are just as lavish, with not one but five swimming pools, an in-house night club, a six-lane bowling alley and more. It was once tagged as America’s most expensive home.
Le Palais Vénitien, France – $140 million
Situated on nearly six acres, the 32,000-square-foot Cannes palace overlooks the Mediterranean, with stately columns and arches reminiscent of those found along the Grand Canal. Outside is a walkway surrounded by shallow water and fountains on all sides, as well as a swimming pool with plenty of space to lounge nearby. And just like any good Italian estate, this one comes equipped with a pretty impressive wine cellar.
Casablanca estate south africa
Described as South Africa’s most expensive house, the property was built in 2014 and recently hit the real estate market for £27 million ($35m). The property offers 33,723 square feet of living space, eight bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, each lined with white Carrara marble flooring. The ocean-view master suite even boasts an enormous spa bath carved from marble.
Mar de Amor, Malibu, California – $115 million
Situated on 2.6 oceanside acres, it has a dramatic two-story entry, plus a gym, a 20-seat theater and more. There’s an infinity pool on the grounds, in addition to, obviously, access to the ocean and a tennis court and eight-car subterranean garage. One of the more jaw-dropping, contemporary homes in Malibu, it’s a standout both for its spacious 10,600-square-foot layout and its distinct architecture.