There are some places where money demands you possess or even make use of in the world. These are some very expensive tourist destinations. We mean that these places are very expensive to even hire or buy properties. You just have to be rich to be able to make use of any of the facilities in these places during your vacation. This is the reason why these places are respected. However, you can have a free view of these places when you are around them and take in how magnificent and beautiful that these places or buildings are built. If you have the resources to make use of these places, the world of luxury is yours to conquer.
Fairfield Sagaponack, New York
This impressive building owned by billionaire Ira Rennert has 29 bedrooms and 39 bathrooms. There are also three swimming pools within the compound. The house also boasts of its own power plant within the compound. The house also houses playing courts for tennis and bowling and there is a cinema theater that can take as many as 164 persons. The house stands on a ground of 63 acres with the house itself occupying about 66 thousand square feet o f the total 110 thousand square feet that are occupied by buildings. The house was named after a pond within the vicinity known as Fairfield pond. The house is presently valued at $248 million.
Pollocks Park, Hong Kong
This street has long been an abode for the rich. The fabulous street has panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the city’s beautiful skyline. There have been a lot of new developments and the price of houses and apartments seems to be on the increase. In 2011, apartment No. 10 was sold for $103 million making it one of the most expensive apartments in the world. Getting an apartment there is even becoming harder due to the lack of available land space.
One Hyde Park Penthouse Apartment, London
This is considered the world’s most expensive apartment. The owner of the apartment chose to remain anonymous. The apartment was purchased without any furniture. Tye apartment occupies 2500 square feet and has bullet proof glass.
Boulevard de General de Gaulle Cap Ferrat, France
At $79, 00 per square meter, this location is probably the most expensive non urban location in the world. The area that was first well known as the abode of King Leopold II of Belgium is today lined with expensive villas and apartments overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. This area has been a great location for celebrities.
Paterson Hill, Singapore
If you are ready to cough out $42,500 for a square meter, then you can head off to Paterson Hill and get a spot in the limelight of the rich. This is the place for billionaires in the city. The area is close to high end shopping area that boasts of designer boutiques and fine dining and wining. The elegant condominium known as Marq is probably the most expensive with private pools for each apartment.
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