Most expensive house just sold!
This mega home located on the outskirts of Paris has just trumped the old record of £140 million paid for a penthouse that was located in One hyde park , London, Last year with a huge £200 million (275 million euro).
It was once the desired venue for the wedding of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, the property has now become the worlds more expensive home. Chateau Louis XIV stands on 50,000 sq/ft of pristine gardens and land and was the work of a Saudi developer Emad Khashoggi. Khashoggi. The property took 3 years and 200 people to complete. The Versaille- style home was completed in 2011.
This palatial pad houses 10 bedrooms all with en suites, a beautiful reception room with a 52ft high frescoed dome ceiling (so you will be able to swing that cat) a library, Extensive wine cellar, Aquarium and numerous entertaining rooms.
Cogemad, one of the company’s of Khashoggi used 13 different types of marble and 15,00 sheets of gold to help with the construction of this amazing building. Its said that there are around 650ft of leather0embossed books on the shelves of the library so if textiles are what you are into then this home has more than adequate variety. If this wasn’t enough the home is complete with indoor and outdoor pools, a private cinema, Two ballrooms (Just in case one isn’t enough) a nightclub, a gold-leafed fountain, a huge and almost infinite array of flowers, marble statues, bridle paths and to top off the gardens a 2km labyrinth style maze. All this is neatly nestled in the ground of the 23-hectare estate. All the designs for the house and gardens were inspired by 17th century design and meets all the French standards for historical monuments.
With all this house and the price tag that comes with it you’d expect the security to be sate of the art, well you’re not wrong. With 40 surveillance cameras which can be viewed from anywhere in the world via ipad as well as a high tech alarm system you don’t have to worry when going on a weekend getaway (not that we are sure why you would)
Information found by the UK’s Leading online estate agent emoov.co.uk