The biggest private house in the world?? Under construction and definitely unique.

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Forbes magazine had this photo and short write up about this private home being built in Mumbai, India by Mukesh Ambani who is ranked as the 5th richest man in the world.  He needs more room because his 22 story building residence is getting crowded.  It includes the following.

  • Separate gym for each family member
  • Six stories of parking
  • Four stories of open-air-gardens
  • A ballroom covered with crystal chandeliers
  • 65 seat theater
  • A spa
  • Swimming pool
  • Ice room, where you sit as snow drifts onto your head.
  • 27 stories high
  • Over 400,000 sq. ft.
  • Over two billion cost
  • Rooftop helipad

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Hi Guys,

Getting some facts right about this discussion

I am frm Mumbai,place where this house is built,its called Antilia, its worth GBP 630 Million.Its owned by Mr Mukesh Ambani, 2nd richest Indian in the world and also currently 4th Richest Individual in the world,together Ambani brothers are considered 3rd richest individuals on Forbes.

This house may be a sheer indulgence,but also provides jobs to 600 people, GBP 1.5 Million is paid in taxes to government for this house,paid a electricty bill of GBP 45000 for its 1st Month.In a city like Mumbai,which called new York of South Asia,we live in tall skyscrapers, you'be amazed to hear that latest development of 160 Storey residential project coming up in Mumbai with penthouse suites and in-House parking ( I mean literally), average height of new project in mumbai (which is an island) is approx 35 storeys.

Speaking about Mumbai,its is Financial Capital of India, generates about 40% taxes for India, Land rates in South Mumbai are higher than Chicago or san fransisco,some where below Tokyo and land scarcity on rise,hence all the skyscrapers.

In the current Financial turmoil,most of you would be surprised to know that India was never heavily affected and continued to maintain its growth rate at 9.7%, mainly because India produces and also has capacity to consume its produce due to growing Upper Middle class.

India has never taken any Financial Aid from any nations for natural disasters,terrorist attacks or any other disasters, global citizens coming to india staying here, enjoying india are most welcome, but they should refrain from talking about what we do with our resources!!!

Indians are very enterprising,but do not ignore education,hence today we have largest pool of engineers and doctors in the world,Indian Universities have high standards of education(imparted in English),so we have approx 2 million engineers and doctors graduating every year!!,besides the english speaking back office staff offcourse...

When I see europeans and americans criticizing india for all wrong reasons, trying to make you guys aware, we are no longer the land of snake charmers, we are educated,intelligent and developing very quickly.

Or else why do you think your governments are looking east?

Dec 08, 2010 08:45 AM #69


Jan 18, 2011 04:31 AM #70

2 Billion On that!!!!!! In England there is a house worth 1.75 billion and though it is a eye soure, at least you can see your moneys worth!!!!! I don't know about in the US but in Britain we have to apply for bulding permission from our goverment, our land and we still have to ask nicley, I wounder how long it would take him to apply for that!!!!! I applyed for a conservotry and it took me 2 years!!!!!!

Secondly ,Barbara, I wounder how the people who live in the area feel about this? Are they happy or disgusted? I would really like to find out.

Finaly it really does remind me of two unamable eyes saws that their building on ground zero. I mean those new buildings they want to build there are just ugly and wont fit into that priceless new york skyline, like this building wont!!!!

Jan 28, 2011 12:06 PM #71

this house is just stupid! some people take being rich and wealthy too far!

Feb 10, 2011 04:47 AM #72

you must have a lot of money but you sure dont have any style


Mar 22, 2011 02:15 AM #73
If you guys are so angry at some guy EARNING his home, maybe you should get off your lazy butts and WORK!!!!! You people should be ashamed!!!!!!!! :(
Apr 08, 2011 09:09 AM #74

2 billion on that???!!!!!! there are sooo many uneducated in india  he can give those two billion as funds so that many people can develope in their life  its vwery stupidity


May 13, 2011 06:21 AM #75
Ur very rite abhay...I'm With u ...I live in america and I was born here ..but my nationality is indian ...n I also hate it when people talk shit abt India .....India is the best
Dec 24, 2011 03:19 PM #76
Evelyn Kennedy
Alain Pinel Realtors - Alameda, CA
Alameda, Real Estate, Alameda, CA


Interesting residence.  If as Abhay, #74 says, the residence employee 600 than it is probably a good thing.  It is admirable that India has taken no money from other for disasters, etc.  The Indian's I know are all very well educated, smart and very friendly.

Feb 01, 2012 10:19 AM #77
Eric Michael
Remerica Integrity, Realtors®, Northville, MI - Livonia, MI
Metro Detroit Real Estate Professional 734.564.1519

It might just be the picture, but it looks kind of unstable to me.                                             

Feb 01, 2012 10:35 AM #78
Cheryl Ritchie
RE/MAX Leading Edge - Huntingtown, MD
Southern Maryland 301-980-7566

That is really interesting. I wonder how long it takes to clean it start to finish.

Feb 01, 2012 07:36 PM #79
Phil Leng
Retired - Kirkland, WA
Phil Leng - Retired

Crazy is the only word that comes to mind.

I guess every culture has its example of outlandish luxury.

We are used to the castles of Europe, or the mansions in America.

This is just outside the boundary of our imagination.


Feb 01, 2012 11:34 PM #80
Jimmy Phan
Phan real estate group in hickory

Nah....i wouldn't live there even if i am given.

It is all material.

I once sold a miilion dollar home and all friends of mine asked what the difference in that house?

I bluntly answered: "more bricks"

thanks for sharing

jimmy phan

Feb 02, 2012 03:43 AM #81
Marte Cliff
Marte Cliff Copywriting - Priest River, ID
your real estate writer

It's his money and he can do what he wants, but it sure wouldn't be my taste! It's kinda ugly...

Feb 02, 2012 04:02 PM #82

Hey true it is all material, but indians have a vast magnitude of wealth now, which has come from their sheer business acumen, like middle east had oil, africa minerals, indians have education and business skills and adaptability .Lot of Indians have wealth where after investing for future they do feel like indulging a bit, as did americas and europe all these years, Indians are doing it now.Besides no credit crunch in India...banks here won't lend you more than your total worth ever!!

Besides the guy who owns the house has cars worth $ 7 Billion USD which are parked on first 10 storeys of the building (it is a parking lot mate!),well besides which he now owns largest petrochemical company by production in world..., all his business are worth over $30 Billion USD..what would he with that kinda money...i would spend a bit..wouldnt you??



Feb 03, 2012 03:05 AM #83
John Fauth
Coldwell Banker King Thompson - Grove City, OH
Turning your dreams into an address!

So... is he adopting? No harm in asking; is there? LOL! I can't even imagine owning a million dollar home let alone this.

Feb 17, 2012 11:37 PM #85
Irene Durocher
Coldwell Banker BUYERS AGENT - Boca Raton, FL

Hi Barbara, a great view from the top floor I imagine. The only problem I see

is ALL the company you would have if you owned it. We all know the saying after 3 days,

it's time to leave.

Jun 05, 2012 09:22 PM #86

To be honest with you it looks like shit................


Nov 20, 2012 01:33 PM #87
Woooow..Am shocked I can say, so there are people who live a life like that one while others starve to the extrem??? but its cute though we all have to enjoy what we had worked for
May 09, 2014 08:24 PM #88
Inna Ivchenko
Barcode Properties - Encino, CA
Realtor® • Green • GRI • HAFA • PSC Los Angeles CA

What a great idea to blog about this unique property!

To tell you the truth, selling unique properties is my dream. I love houses with history and character!

Nov 23, 2014 04:50 PM #89
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