We keep reading about most expensive homes in the US and the UK ; but we decided to go all out and start featuring homes across the globe. We already know about the most expensive home in the world – which to Mr. Stuart Hughes great regret – remains Antilla in India.
In Cyprus however, you would make headlines if you had the requisite 25 million Euros (about 35 million USD) ; then you could own this lavish home on what we are told is the very desirable location of East Beach. In addition to some fantastic Mediterranean weather and beautiful views , the home includes modern wardrobes, plasma TV, projector, outside hot tub, en-suite bathroom, fireplace, private office, kitchenette, cloak room and three private verandas.
For those who are fond of playing host, the house also includes a dining room for 20 guests, sitting room with fireplace, library and a private study room. The third level has three double bedrooms, all with private en-suite, home cinema and dancing area, a lovely aquarium, winter garden, interior reception, billiard room, exterior reception room and more amenities.
Other features include – an indoor swimming pool, hydro massage, aquarium, bar, changing rooms, solarium, steam room, Finnish sauna room, snow cabin, mud bath room, massage beauty room, gym, winter garden, utility rooms, wine cellar, staff service kitchen and more utility rooms while the first level comes with staff quarters and three bedrooms with en-suite.
Personally though, I would simply be lying in the outdoor pool for most part of the day given that it comes complete with its own bar. Interesting place this Cyprus eh, given that the most expensive home retails for a comparatively cheap price of $25 million Euros? Hope on to the Cyprus Express then, with some great Cyprus Holidays options that we looked up courtesy of the Holiday Hyper Market.
Stay posted for more expensive homes from across the globe. Its a section that we think is going to be a very interesting place in the near future. Do remember to write to us and tell us about the most expensive cosy nook in your end of the woods.
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