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Buying a $1 million home is a pretty big accomplishment– and all around the world you can find some amazing mansions at this price. However, even the nicest million-dollar home can’t compare to a $1 billion mansion. The most expensive home in the world is Mukesh Ambani’s Antilia and it’s estimated to be worth as much as $2 billion. In comparison, the nicest thing about a million-dollar apartment nearby is its long balconies. Other billion-dollar homes include Buckingham Palace, Villa Leopolda in France, and Vladmir Putin’s Black Sea estate, known as Putin’s Palace. These homes feature hundreds of rooms, helipads, bowling alleys, casinos and movie theaters. The penthouse apartment at Odeon Towers in Monaco even has its own rooftop waterslide.
But how do these unique homes of the ultra wealthy– from “The One” in Bel Air to Ken Griffin’s New York City penthouse– compare to the more modest, million-dollar homes nearby? Some of them, like an English Farmhouse with lots of privacy and land, are stunning, while others, like a tiny studio apartment in New York, leave much to be desired. Which of the world’s most expensive homes would you buy– Mesa Vista Ranch in Texas, Villa Passalacqua in Italy, or maybe billionaire Ira Rennert’s Hamptons estate? And which of these countries offers a million-dollar apartment that you’d be more than happy to live in? We’re here to take you from an apartment in Russia to a beachfront palace on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah island, so you can be the judge.
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00:30 India – $1 million vs $2 billion
01:26 France – $996,000 vs $1.2 billion
02:13 London – $1 million vs $1.5 billion
03:13 California – $999,000 vs $500 million
03:56 Monaco – $1.3 million vs $400 million
04:40 Russia – $1.02 million vs $998 million
05:27 Texas – $1.05 million vs $300 million
06:05 Italy – $1 million bs $150 million
07:12 Dubai – $1 million vs $55 million
08:16 New York – $999,000 vs $500 million”