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Amazing Homes in India

Posted by Royal Sundaram on 03 Aug 2016


The growth story of Indian economy is a success story known worldwide.  With Indian businessmen being featured among Forbes’ richest, India now has some of the snazziest and luxurious homes belonging to these celebrities and business tycoons. Here is the list of some of the most amazing homes in India.

Antilia: Antilia is one among the most expensive homes of the world. Spread around 400, 000 Square foot, Antilia is owned by the richest person in India, Mukesh Ambani. The lavish building has 27 storeys, out of which 6 storeys are reserved for parking and 3 for the helipad. With state of the art interiors, Antilia has everything you can ever wish for. A health spa, salon, yoga and dance studios, a ballroom, a movie theatre and much more. No wonder the value of this building is worth Rs 10,000 crore.

Mannat: Bollywood superstar Shahrukh khan is no behind when it comes to catching up the race of most luxurious homes. Mannat, the luxury bungalow is situated in Bandra. Spread over 2466 metres, the value of the house stands worth Rs 2000 crore. It is equipped with a gym, a library, office, a private bar and studios for the talented actor. Also, the star took a great deal of efforts to give their home the uptown look by collecting souvenirs and décor items from all over the world.

Ratan Tata’s bungalow: Located in Colaba, Ratan Tata’s bungalow is yet another lavish home in India. The bungalow is situated amidst the old charm of Colaba and has all the modern day facilities. Library, personal gym, infinity pool, private bar, all spread across 13000 square feet. The approximate worth of Ratan Tata’s bungalow is Rs 150 crore.

JK House:

Located at Breach Kandy, the JK House stands 30 storeys tall, with 6 floors of lavish parking space, 1 helipad, and a separate apartment from each family member. The property has a museum and a health care centre inside it, and is owned by the renowned Gautam Singhania.

These properties cost a lot. Luckily, to protect their owners from any kind of financial burdening due to damage to structure, there is always a home insurance plan available.

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