There are a lot of wonderful works of architectural art in different parts of the world. The value of such buildings goes beyond just the price tag placed on them which in itself is a representation of their worth. The following is a list of the undisputable few;
- Buckingham Palace
The Buckingham palace is a special residence built in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham. It was built mainly for the British monarchy and whoever led as the monarch by right in the United Kingdom royal family. It is therefore the core of all kinds of major National and political event in the United Kingdom.
The value of the Buckingham palace is clear in its importance and history but experts have valued its worth. The Buckingham palace has been valued at approximately $5 billion.
Antilia is a private residence which is located in Mumbai, India. Antilia was named after a fantasy island which is rumored to be located in the Atlantic Ocean. It has been named countlessly in many media spaces as the most expensive and highly valued privately owned building in the world.
Antilia is owned by Forbes richest person in Asia, Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani. Antilia has been valued at over $2 billion.
- Villa La Leopolda
La Leopolda is an 18 acre villa located in Villefranche-sur-Mer in France. It was owned by the famous King of the Belgians, Leopold II, who got it as a present for his wife. It has been concurrently owned by a couple of wealthy couples such as Marella and Gianni Agnelli and Edmond and lily Safra.
Villa La Leopolda is currently estimated at a value of $750 million.
- Villa Les Cedres
Villa Les Cedres is a private villa built in in the Alpes-Maritimes at ‘Petit Cap Ferat’ in France. It used to belong to the famous king of the Belgians, Leopold II.
It has one of the most popular and resplendent botanical gardens in the world, Les Cedres Botanical gardens.
Les Cedres now belongs to the Ukrainian billionaire businessman and oligarch, Rinat Akhmetov who bought the villa in 2019.
It is now valued at over $400 million.