Mukesh Ambani is one of the world’s most renowned business industrialists and one of India’s richest men’s home is situated on Altamount street, which is a highly posh road in Mumbai, and one of the most costly avenues to live on over the globe. As of November 2014, it is deemed to be the world’s most expensive residential property after the ‘Buckingham Palace’. as a matter of fact, it is the world’s most expensive private residential property, valued at as much as $1 billion.
It’s unique design make it clearly distinguished in the Mumbai skyline. Today, we bring you the inside pictures of ‘Antilia’. The interiors of ‘Antilia’ will take your breath away and the facts about the making of this mansion will leave you speechless.
The name ‘Antilia’ has been inspired by the mythical Atlantic island of ‘Antilia’. The ‘Antilia’ rises over 570 feet tall and has 27 floors which are of double or triple of the standard height. It gives you a feel of a 40-storey building. Apart from theatre, Ambani’s house has 50-person home-theatre with a garden roof and 9 high-speed elevators, each dedicated for different floors and purpose. The most jaw-dropping feature is the three helipads on the terrace along with an air space floor. The architectural design is based on the lotus and sun, and the top 6 floors of this structure are set apart as a private full-floor residence.
Presenting Antilla, the world’s most expensive private residential property.
Here’s the entrance (don’t even dream of being invited here 😛 )
The Pooja Room.
who needs to go to any temple if you have such a luxurious one in your home. Indeed a masterpiece!
Presenting the lady of the house, Nita Ambani! What a luck She has gotten!
One of the sitting areas to discuss business with an awesome view in the background. I must say they do have a taste in interiors.Anyway not that my opinion would matter 😛
The living room. Keep scrolling…
The same room from a different angle, just to satisfy your eyes.
This is one of the many rooms dedicated to TV viewing and generally chilling (Not sure if they have enough time to watch TV though #JustSaying)
One of the waiting areas. This seems more like a place for commoners like us.
This seems like the main area of discussion.