Top Ten Most Expensive Houses In The World For Sale


10: Reeves Mews, Mayfair PRICE: £24,000,000

This property is a beautiful freehold house located in the centre of probably the most expensive area of Britain. The house has been developed over the years by Fenton Whelan, one of the most prestigious names in London luxury property, and the results of this labour are certainly visible in images of Reeves Mews. The whole interior has been meticulously detailed, and boasts a south-facing aspect, grandiose ceiling heights on all of its floors, as spacious elevator, seven bedrooms and a roof terrace. As well as being immediately next to Hyde Park, Reeves Mews is surrounded on all sides by some of London's most famous and luxurious hotels, such as the Dorchester, Connaught, and Grosvenor, as well as being within 100 metres of the world-renown boutiques and restaurants of Bond street. The latest developments to this property include Lutron lighting audio visual system, and a home cinema with a 70-inch screen.

9: Fleur de Lys – Beverly Hills PRICE: $78 million

This incredible Tuscan-style mansion is spread across five acres of land in Beverly Hills, and boasts twelve bedrooms, a fifty-seat theater, fifteen baths, a gym, a pool house, a ballroom, a 1,200-metre running track, and a guest house which most of us would look at like a palace on its own. The construction alone took six years, being commissioned in 1996 and completed in 2002. It was designed by the famous architect, Richard Robertson of Robertson Partners, and modelled on the Palace of Versailles, which inspired the French name of the house. The original owner of the Fleur de Lys was the founder of Metro Networks David I. Saperstein, although he lost the property to his first wife in a divorce settlement in 2004. Two years later, it was put on the market for $78 million, yet sold for $102 million to an anonymous French billionaire, making it the biggest property sale in the history of Los Angeles County.
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