Houses worth more then your life

7 Upper Phillimore Gardens

Place: London

Price: $128 million

This was once a 10-bedroom prep school. Now it’s a mansion with an underground swimming pool, a sauna, gym, cinema, and even a panic room. In addition it has an interior covered in marble, gold, and priceless artworks.

Owner: Olena Pinchuk—daughter of Leonid Kuchma, Ukraine’s second president. She is known for being the founder of the ANTI AIDS Foundation and a friend of Elton John.

Kensington Palace Gardens

Place: London

Price: $140 million

Located on London’s Billionaires Row, where all of the houses are extravagant. This house in particular will soon add an underground extension with a tennis court, health center, and auto museum.

Owner: Roman Abramovich—a Russian billionaire and owner of the private investment firm Millhouse LLC. He’s probably best known in the West as the owner of the English Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club.

Seven The Pinnacle

Place: Big Sky, Montana

Price: $155 million

The largest property in the Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf community for the filthy-rich, the house has heated floors, multiple pools, a gym, a wine cellar, and even its own ski lift.

Owners: Edra and Tim Blixseth—Real estate developer and timber baron Tim Blixseth cofounded the Yellowstone Club, but the club’s bankruptcy, a divorce, and other troubles have seriously reduced his wealth in recent years.

Hearst Castle

Place: San Simeon, California

Price: $191 million

This 27-bedroom castle was used in the movie The Godfather, has hosted John and Jackie Kennedy, Clark Gable, Winston Churchill, and other famous figures.

Owners: William Randolph Hearst’s trustees—The castle, built by the country’s first newspaper magnate, is now a heritage and tourist site and part of the California Park System.

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