12 most expensive houses in Mumbai

May 23, 2018, 10:00 IST
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    Antilla stands out as the most expensive piece of property in Mumbai. Valued at over Rs 12,500 crores, the building is home to the Chairman of Reliance Industries, Mukesh Ambani. Antilla is spread over an area of 400, 00 square feet, and has 27 floors in all. It also comes with 3 helipads

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    Anil Ambani's Abode in Mumbai's Pali Hill is a luxurious property that is worth around Rs 5,000 crore and is situated in Bandra's most highly priced area, Pali Hill. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    Billionaire Cyrus Poonawalla caught headlines after he purchased Lincoln House for a whopping Rs 750 crores. The estate was once the property of Jammu and Kashmir's Maharaja Hari Singh. In the recent past, Lincoln House used to serve as the U.S. consulate in Mumbai. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    Jatia House, situated in Malabar Hill, is worth Rs 425 crore and is home to Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group. The house spans 2926 square-metre and has a built-up area of at least 28,000 square feet. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    Napean Grange, which once belonged to the Kapadia family, was recently purchased by the Kapadia family for Rs 270 crore. The two-storey bungalow also consists of an outhouse and servants' quarters. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    Raymond group’s Gautam Singhania is the proud owner of JK House, a massive 30-storey property in South Mumbai's Breach Candy. The building houses six levels of parking, a museum, a swimming pool, private spa and a helipad, apart from its numerous apartments for the family's members. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's house, Mannat, is among the most famous pieces of property in the city. Worth over Rs 125 crores, the sea-facing bungalow comes with 2 elevators, a private bar, library, a lounge area and two living rooms. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    This lavish piece of property is home to the CEO of Yes Bank, Rana Kapoor. Situated in Mumbai's Tony Altamount Road, the house is worth Rs 120 crore. Incidentally, Kapoor acquired the property from rival Citi Group. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    Aashirwad is a famous bungalow that once belonged to Bollywood's evergreen star, Rajesh Khanna. The Carter Road property was recently purchased from Khanna by Rajendra ‘Jubilee’ Kumar for Rs 95 crores. Despite its fame, the bungalow is said to be haunted. 

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    Despite having 5 properties in Mumbai, Jalsa has remained Big B's favourite. Valued at Rs 112 crores the property plays home to the Bachchan household. 

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    After temporarily moving into a flat in Carter Road's Freeda Apartments, actor Aamir Khan loved it so much that he decided to buy the place. While the house's per month rent used to cost Khan Rs 10 lakh, the sale was done for an estimated Rs 60 crore. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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    Ratan Tata's sea-facing bungalow in Colaba is worth an approximate Rs 150 crores and serves as the former Tata Sons Chairman's retirement home. The property boasts an area of 13,350 square feet, divided into seven floors. Pic/Youtube Screengrab

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