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Amazing Homes in India

The rapid growth story of Indian economy, and its impact on leading personalities in the country, is the stuff of global legends. Featured among Forbes’ richest and most powerful, these business tycoons, and celebrities live in some truly snazzy and luxurious homes.

Here is a list of some of India’s most glamourous residences:

Antilia

Antilia is one among the most expensive residences built, globally. Sprawling over 400,000 sq.ft, it 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 a helipad. Its state-of-the art interiors make Antilia a residence that is everything you can ever wish. It houses a health spa, salon, yoga and dance studios, a ballroom, a movie theatre, and much more. It is little wonder that the residence is valued at INR 10,000 crore.

Mannat

Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan is among those leading the race when it comes to the most luxurious homes in India. His luxury bungalow, Mannat, overlooks the sea at Bandra, Mumbai’s swankiest suburb. Spread over 2466 metres, it is considered worth INR 2,000 crore. It is equipped with a gym, a library, office, a private bar, and studios for the talented actor. Khan is also known for taken a great deal of effort to showcase souvenirs and décor items collected from all over the world.

Bakhtawar

Located in Colaba, Ratan Tata’s bungalow – Bakhtawar – is yet another lavish residence belonging to a powerful personality in India. The bungalow reflects the old-world charm of the neighbourhood while being replete with modern day facilities. A library, a personal gym, an infinity pool, and a private bar are some of the highlights of this residence spread across 13,000 square feet. The approximate worth of Ratan Tata’s residence is INR 150 crore.

JK House

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

Did You Know: Owners of such exclusive residence have access to home insurance to avoid any unforeseen costs related to damage management.