The Most Desirable and Costliest Houses in India

Some real estate builders in India invest in many properties but firstly, we discussed the ‘Top 10 costliest houses in India’ in this blog.

Some investments are lifetime investments, and these residences, built or purchased by India’s most influential individuals, epitomize what it means to make a “lifetime investment.”

After all, none of these has been under a billion dollars. Next, we will tell you about some of the costliest houses in India, who owns them, and where they’re located.

  • Antilia:

Antilia, owned by Mukesh Ambani, the owner of Reliance Industries, is India’s most expensive mansion and the most expensive residence in the world. Antilia is a 568-foot skyscraper with 27 stories, located on one of Mumbai’s most expensive avenues, Altamount Road. It contains nine high-speed elevators, three helipads, an ice cream parlor, an 80-seat movie theatre, salon, gym, and other amenities designed by the renowned Chicago architects Will & Perkins.

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  • JK House:

The second-tallest private skyscraper in India, JK House, is owned by Gautam Singhania, the head of the Raymond Group, and is located on the same road as Italia. JK House is a 30-story structure with a contemporary living space, two swimming pools, and five levels of allocated parking for the world’s most expensive vehicles, valued at roughly Rs. 6,000 crores.

  • Mannat:

In 2001, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan moved into Mannat in Mumbai, an empty shell that Gauri painstakingly and thoughtfully filled to create a cozy, familial nest. The luxurious mansion, which has multiple bedrooms, a library, a gym, a personal theatre, and numerous other amenities, is expected to cost over Rs. 200 crores. Thousands of people congregate outside the 6-story skyscraper every day to take pictures and catch a sight of the superstar.

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  • Jalsa:

Amitabh Bachchan, the Big B of Bollywood, has a lovely property in Juhu, Mumbai called ‘Jalsa,’ which means ‘celebration.’ The mansion was initially named ‘Mansa’ (meaning emperor). Still, it was subsequently changed to ‘Jalsa’ on the advice of an astrologer. The famous filmmaker Ramesh Sippy donated the double-storeyed mansion to Amitabh Bachchan.

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  • Ratan Tata’s Retirement Home:

The former Tata Sons Chairman’s retirement house is Ratan Tata’s all-white villa in Colaba. The home’s 13,350 square feet are split into seven stories. In addition to social amenities like the living room, dining room, and private bedrooms, there is a gym and a media room. There is a sun deck on the upper floor with seating for up to 50 people.

  • Jindal House:

Jindal House is an architectural gem located in the greenest portions of Delhi, India’s capital city. The property is located in the Leafy Lutyens Bungalow Zone of Delhi, which is one of the most expensive neighborhoods of the capital city and is owned by the renowned politician-industrialist Naveen Jindal. It is stretched over 3 acres and is valued at roughly Rs. 120 to 150 crores.

  • Anil Ambani’s Abode:

Is there no competition when it comes to the Ambani fortune? The Pali Hill, Mumbai residence is 16,000 square feet and over 70 meters tall. Yet, according to reports, the house has all of the conveniences and privileges of a seven-star hotel.

  • Jatia House:

KM Birla, Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, owns Jatia House on Malabar Hill, Mumbai. The sea-facing estate, which has lush green grounds, a courtyard, a small pond, and 20 bedrooms, can accommodate 500 to 700 guests at a time. Jatia House spans 30,000 square feet and is valued at roughly Rs. 425 crores, looks exactly like the houses seen in Bollywood films.

  • Ruia House:

Ruia House is a beautiful home stretched across 2.24 acres owned by the Ruia brothers – Ravi Ruia and Shashi Ruia, proprietors of the Essar Group. The mansion is worth roughly Rs. 120 crores and is located in the center of Delhi on Tees January Marg.

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