Buying expensive houses is one way of flaunting money and CEO’s are no exception. The elegant homes of Indian CEO’s include all luxurious amenities, which one can only dream off. The extravagant lifestyle of these CEO’s reflects in their properties they possess. Below is the list of most expensive homes of Indian CEO’s:
03: Anil Ambani
It seems like Ambani brothers are in competition of displaying their wealth. Anil Ambani is constructing a house worth 5000 crore in Mumbai’s Pali Hill area, where he has already bought 1537 square meters of land. Although, Anil has got permission to increase the height of the building upto 66 meters, but he wishes to increase the height to at least 150 meters. He is all set to compete with his elder brother Mukesh Ambani’s Antilia, worth 4500 crore.
02: Ratan Tata’s Mansion
Ratan Tata, the ex-chairman of Tata Group owns an elegant sea-facing house at Colaba, Mumbai. The three-storied house is separated by seven levels along with an infinity pool at the top of the Mansion. The 13,350 square foot of property has all the facilities that usually a billionaire’s house has, including sun deck, parking space for 10-12 cars, media room, swimming pool, lounge and gym, among others. One interesting fact about the Mansion is that each floor includes two levels.
1: Mukesh Ambani’s Antilia
India’s billion-dollar mansion Antilia belongs to Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Industries. This palatial abode is the personal home of Mukesh Ambani. This famous 400,000 square foot residential building needs no introduction it is as iconic as its owner.
Although, Antilia is 27-floor high, yet some ceilings are of double heights, it looks closer to the size of a 40-floor building. Features that distinguish this house from the others include health spa, parking space for 168 cars, multiple swimming pools, a yoga studio, nine elevators in the lobby, a floor with vehicle maintenance facility, three helipads, health spa, ballroom, a 50-seater movie theatre and lush green hanging gardens. And, the cost of the home is about $2 billion, as estimated by Forbes, most expensive in the world so far.