Even though economic times have become tougher in later years, 2018 was a year of record-smashing home sales, so today, the Most Expensive Homes blog will explore the top four most expensive homes that were sold last year.
The two-storey London apartment was developed by the Candy Brothers and features some of the most sumptuous amenities you could possibly think of, including heated marble floors, a library, two wine cellars, a manicure and pedicure room, a panic room, padded silk walls and massive chandeliers.
#2 Peak Neighbourhood, Hong Kong (Sold for $178.4m)
The 7,725 square feet four-bedroom mansion is located on Middle Gap Road and is surrounded by greenery. It is a colonial-style residence and no matter which division you are, you are bound to have primal views to the outside. Furthermore, the house has an incredible pool area and its interiors are quite modest and minimalist but filled with natural lighting, sophisticated details, clean lines and exquisite furnishings, from the living room to the kitchen.
Another multiple record-breaker was sold in May as the Malibu estate formerly owned by Hard Rock Café co-founder Peter Morton became the most expensive home sale in Los Angeles history. It has been reported that natural gas billionaire Michael S Smith snapped up the 8,000 sq ft property along with its 100 feet of beach frontage and two-storey guest house.
In September Australian real estate history was made when the country’s most expensive home sold for just over $100m AUD. The Australian property, which comes with an 11,200 sqm garden, private access to the beach and wraparound balconies was bought by tech mogul Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Australian software company Atlassian, and his wife Annie.
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