The well-known city of Mumbai is India’s economic capital. Everyone knows living in Mumbai is a very expensive place to live in. And houses? Well, they are even more expensive! Tiny 1 room apartments can sometimes cost lakhs or even crores of rupees. Mumbai is also home to some of the richest and famous Indians. However, there are some people who own houses in Mumbai worth hundreds of crores. I will tell you about the most expensive homes owned by the whose-who of Mumbai:
Here are the Top 5 Expensive Homes in Mumbai;
1. Antilia House;
According to Research, Reliance Industries’ chairman Mukesh Ambani’s 27-storey home Antilia is currently valued at $ 2.2 billion – Rs 15,000 crore – and is deemed to be the second most valuable residential property in the world after Buckingham Palace. Antilla has three helipads, air traffic control, a swimming pool, spa, a ballroom, a 50-seat theatre, terrace gardens, a temple and health centre and many more facilities. They also have a snow room with real snow coming out of the walls. Antilia also has a 168-car garage & 9 high-speed elevators.
2. Lincoln House;
According to several media reports, billionaire Cyrus Poonawalla had bought the palatial style Lincoln House for Rs 750 crore in 2015. The gorgeous seaside mansion in Mumbai’s Breach Candy area was originally built for the Maharaja of Wankaner, HH Sir Amarsinhji Banesinhji, however, it was later sold to US Embassy. Later Poonawalla bought it from the US government. Isha Ambani is the daughter of Mukesh Ambani. When she got married to Anand Piramal, after which the Piramals brought the luxurious bungalow at Worli Seaface for the couple. The name of the bungalow is Gulita. According to an Economic Times, the Piramals bought the five-storied mansion in 2012 for Rs 452 crore.
3. Mannat House;
Actor Shah Rukh Khan’s Mumbai mansion Mannat is very expensive and well known. Mannat is estimated to be valued at Rs 200 crore. It is also a famous Mumbai tourist attraction and fans are often spotted flocking to Mannat in hopes of catching a glimpse of SRK if not, they take a picture of themselves with his house plaque. Mannatconsists of six stories, multiple bedrooms and living areas, a gymnasium, pool, garden, home offices, private theatre, a library and a personal auditorium. It is the most expensive residence in Mumbai and among the top 10 houses in the world.
4. TATA House;
Tata Chief Ratan Tata, gorgeous sea-facing bungalow in South Bombay’s Colaba area according to various news reports is valued at an estimated Rs 150 crore. The three-storied house opposite Colaba post office has an infinity pool at the top and is the Tata chairman’s retirement home.
5. Jalsa House;
Jalsa in Juhu, Mumbai is one of the many houses owned by Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan and his family. He stays in the two-storied bungalow with Amitabh Bachan, his wife Jaya Bachchan, son Abhishek, his wife Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and granddaughter Aaradhya. Jalsa was not purchased by Big B himself. Let me tell you. Director Ramesh Sippy had directed the 1982 film Satte Pe Satta. The film was a blockbuster hit because of Amitabh’s performance. This is why Sippy gifted him the bungalow. According to multiple reports, Jalsa is currently valued between Rs 100 to Rs 120 crore.