I thought this fit in well with our most recent episode, where we talked about being billionaires and having ostentatious things like swimming pools made out of iPads. Check this next-level shit out past the break:
This incredibly ostentatious house located in Mumbai, called “Antilia,” has 27 floors (topping off at 568 ft.), 600 full-time staff members to maintain the residence, a 6-floor parking garage for 168 cars (including an entire floor devoted solely to servicing those cars), nine elevators, three helipads, and the usual collection of super-rich accoutrements like swimming pools, 2 movie theaters, a yoga studio, a health spa, a ballroom, 3 floors of “hanging gardens” (no idea what the fuck those are), and an “ice room infused with man-made snow flurries” (again, I have no clue).
All in all, the house is 400,000 square feet, and was built for only 6 people to permanently live in!!! (The staff of 600 lives off-site, presumably in floorless shit-huts.)
Of course, you probably want to know how much this thing cost Mr. Ambani. It cost $2,500 per square foot, which means the grand total comes to the fuck-you amount of $1 billion for the whole house. That means Antilia is the most expensive house in the world, and it’s by a long shot.
If you take a look at that list of the top 10 most expensive houses above (Ratboy gets cised for the list format), Antilia isn’t even the silliest! At least not in my opinion- and obviously I’ve never even been in the same area code as any of those houses. Google Antilia and take a look at some of the interior pictures: it’s the all out, gaudy, zippy-taste type of billionaire design (hard to believe, I know). God damn, billionaires may as well live on different planets. That kind of wealth is such a show.