The Ten Most Expensive Homes in the World

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Just how mind-blowing are the most expensive homes in the world? Three stories high, indoor and outdoor pool, tennis court, glass walls? The reality is, that most of us, will never get to live in great mansions or castles, but it is always fun to see how people with a lot of money choose to live. Read on to find the list of the most expensive homes in the world made popular by the British newspaper “The Times.”

Let’s take a look at the picks.

No. 10: Bran Castle

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Better known as the Castle of Dracula, the Bran Castle is a $135 million estate located in Transylvania, Romania. Although nowadays it is a museum, the fortress once served as the residence for royal families. Its most popular occupant was Vlad the Impaler, whom most people nowadays associate with the infamous count Dracula.

No. 9: Updown Court

The Updown Court is a $139 million mansion located in Surrey, England. It features everything from a private cinema and a tennis court to an enormous horse barn and a garage that can fit 8 stretch limousines.

No. 8: The Manor

Well, the name is pretty self explanatory. This $150 million piece of real estate is located in Los Angeles, California. The home was initially built for the legendary Aaron Spelling and it features no less than 123 bedrooms.

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