THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES – Los Angeles, Hamptons, French Riviera, Fifth Avenue… 2016 really was a remarkable year for the luxury real estate market. So there’s no surprise that real estate agents have continued to list extravagant homes for breathtaking amounts. Today, our editors are gonna to show you the world’s most expensive homes of 2016. Take a look at the pricey pads below!
Crafted by architect Arthur C. Jackson in 1931, this refined Hamptons home, which is set on the edge of the famed Georgica Pond, is going for $140 million.
Earlier this year, Wall Street tycoon John Gutfreund listed his sumptuous Fifth Avenue property for a whopping $120 million, making it New York City’s most expensive listing.
Conjured in the 1980s by the Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, the exuberant Bubble Palace on the French Riviera is on the market for $318 million.
Known as Gemini, this lavish 15.6-acre compound just south of Palm Beach is on the market for a reported $195 million. The South Florida residence dates from the 1940s but was reconstructed in 2003 and now includes 33 bedrooms and a Caribbean-themed garden with over 1,500 tropical plant species. christiesrealestate.com
This impressive real estate, which is still owned by the family of industrialist William Ziegler, is listed for $175 million.
Earlier this year, Playboy editor in chief Hugh Hefner listed the Playboy Mansion for an eye-popping $200 million. A neighbor scooped up the property for a cool $100 million in August, making it the most expensive sale in Los Angeles history.
Formula One heiress Petra Ecclestone promptly enlisted British-born designer Gavin Brodin to overhaul the 56,000-square-foot home. Partially inspired by the region’s recent nine-figure real-estate deals, she’s now asking $200 millions for the place.
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Source: Architectural Digest