Ever wondered what a home worth $1 Billion dollars would like? Well look no further than the home of Mukesh Ambani, the world’s fifth richest man (with a net worth around $46 billion). Located in Mumbai, and dubbed Antilla, the home, which has 27 stories, stands at 550 feet tall and totals around 400,000 square feet.
With a enough room to house a team of 600 staff members, the massive home will only have 5 actual occupants, which include Mukesh, his wife, three children and mother. The home which is taller than most skyscapers, features (among other things):
- 9 cocktail lounges
- a ballroom with chandeliers made of solid gold,
- 3 helipads
- 168 car garage
- A two-story health center
It was reported that the structure was completed in late 2010 and was still unoccupied by the family at the opening of the 2012 due to lack of eastern facing windows, which would give the family brings bad luck according a Hindu Variant of Feng Shui, called Vastu Shastra.
Here are a few images of the massive home:
Outside view of Structure
This makes us raise the question…if you were worth billions of dollars, what would your home look like? We can only imagine!