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Starwood Estate – Aspen, CO ($10.8 million)
Coming in at the bottom of the list is Starwood Estate in Aspen, yours for a mere $10.8 million. If you’re a country music buff, you’ll be excited to hear that one of its previous owners was the late John Denver – and you’ll be even more excited to tour its seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, indoor pool, tennis court, private gym and movie theatre!
Dracula’s Castle – Transylvania, Romania ($80 million)
If you’re more goth than country, Dracula’s Castle will do nicely for you, nestled in the highly un-creepy region of Transylvania in Romania. Previous owners include Vlad the Impaler, the original inspiration for the character of Dracula, so if you’re a fan of horror literature, you’ll feel right at home. You may have a fight on your hands for ownership, as the castle is currently a museum, but with a big enough bank balance, we’re sure you can stake a claim. (Stake, get it?)
Updown Court – Surrey, England ($138 million)
A little higher up the price list is Updown Court in England, coming in at a wonderfully affordable (?) $128 million. Although when you consider its 103 rooms, 58 acres and 8 years of construction time, it’ll seem cheap at the price.
Antilla – Mumbai, India ($1 billion)
And the most expensive home in the world? That honour goes to Antilia, in Mumbai, worth a staggering $1 billion! Owned by businessman Mukesh Ambani, Antilia stands at a colossal 570 feet tall, and employs a staff of 600 to oversee its day-to-day upkeep. Home sweet home!