What’s inside some of the most expensive apartments in the world? Waterslides, 24-karat gold coated walls, panoramic views and service fit for a king. Check out our top picks for five of the most expensive listings around the globe!
Price: 25,000 pounds a week
Size: 7,763 square feet
Scoop: This residence, located in London’s Chelsea neighborhood, has a rich history. The building’s first stone was laid by Prince Albert in 1844 to celebrate the beginning of construction. This 8 bedroom, 8 reception room, and 9 bathroom apartment was converted from a Victorian hospital in Rose Square, Chelsea. The walls in the master suite bathroom are coated with 24K gold with white marble floors. In addition to a master dressing room, there is a bespoke shoe rack that can hold up to 500 pairs of shoes.
Neighborhood: The Ville
Size: 31,500 square feet
Scoop: Tour Odeon, the tallest building in Monaco, houses the most expensive apartment in the world. This penthouse occupies the 45th- 49th floors and features a rooftop pool with a waterslide that shoots from the dance-floor down to the infinity pool. Soaring at 557 feet tall, the apartment has incredible 360-degree views of the ocean and town.
Price: $500,000 a month
Neighborhood: Upper East Side
Size: 4,786 square feet
Scoop: This property spans an entire floor in the Pierre Hotel. The apartment is filled with elegance including pre-war detailing, tall ceilings, and extravagant decor. Just some of the features this NYC apartment has are panoramic views of Central Park, all services of the 5-star hotel, a private elevator, and high-end technology by Bang & Olufsen and Bose.
Size: 5,444 square feet
Scoop: The Presidential Unit is the penthouse of the Opus-Hong Kong designed by Frank Gehry. The apartment features amazing views of Hong Kong’s skyline and four en-suite bathrooms. There is also a private 1,508 square foot rooftop with a Jacuzzi.
Price: $20,000 a month
Neighborhood: The Loop
Size: 6,400 square feet
Scoop: This 4-floor penthouse apartment is located in the former Montgomery Ward’s Observatory at 6 N Michigan Avenue. It has 20-foot ceilings, 4 bedrooms 4.5 baths including a master suite on the entire 3rd level of the unit. There is over 2,000 square feet of outdoor space with a wrap around terrace and two roof top decks with views of Millennium Park, Lake Michigan and the Chicago cityscape.
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