India houses world's most expensive home
It has taken several years to construct but the most expensive private property in the world has been completed and is about to house a family of six in Mumbai, India.
The building stands on a one acre plot and is over 170m in height and is 27 storey's high and no two floors are said to be alike. From the upper floors there are magnificent views of the Arabian Sea.
The building is said to be worth $2 billion and is owned by Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries and India's wealthiest man. Mr Ambani is planning to move into the property with his wife and three children along with his mother. They will be attended to by 600 full time staff.
The monumental building includes 168 parking spaces, three helipads, a cinema, health club, a stunning ballroom which is the venue for a 'housewarming' party planned for the end of the month and several safe rooms.
The 53 year old tycoon has named the building Antilla after a mythical island and steel, glass and tiles used in the construction of the property are said to be from local sources.