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$1billion Home in India

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An Indian businessman has built the world's most expensive home - valued at $1 billion, with three helipads, its own air traffic control, a six-floor car park, a staff of 600, a four-storey hanging garden and a cinema.

The 173-metre tall mansion is called Antilia, after a mythical island in the Atlantic Ocean, and has just been completed after seven years of construction.

Owner Mukesh Ambani, his wife Nita and three children are set to move into the opulent 27-floor building after an housewarming party on October 28, which boosts a guest list of India's elite that reportedly includes Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and star cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.

The building soars high above Mumbai, giving its future residents a panoramic view of the country's financial capital, including its slums, and the Arabian Sea.

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Jeremy Janson said...
October 21, 2010 at 2:40 AM  

This structure really doesn't look very safe.

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