Homes of Billionaires

Ever wonder how billionaires live? Not surprisingly most live extremely extravagant lifestyles. Only one breaks that trend- see below!

See the billionaires homes:

Bill Gates
Bill Gates

Net Worth: $54 billion

Occupation: Chairman, Microsoft Corporation

Bill Gates home is situated on a 66,000-square-foot compound and is estimated at $140 million.

George Lucas House
George Lucas

Net worth: $3 billion

Occupation: Film director, Producer, Screen writer

The Starwars filmmaker lives and works on his 5,156-acre property known as Skywalker Ranch.

James Packer house
James Packer

Net Worth: $3.6 billion

Occupation: Media, Casino’s

James Packer, the media heir, lives on the 3 acre packer family compound his grandfather bought in 1935.

Lakshmi Mittal House
Lakshmi Mittal

Net Worth: $28.7 billion

Occupation: CEO, ArcelorMittal

Lakshmi Mittal bought his home in 2004 for $114.89 million. The sale held Guinness Book of World Record for a while as the most expensive house in the world.

Larry Ellison House
Larry Ellison

Net Worth: $27 billion

Occupation: Co-Founder and CEO, Oracle Corporation

Set on 23 acres, Larry Ellison’s home is reminiscent of a Japanese palace.

Lev Leviev House
Lev Leviev

Net Worth: $1.5 billion

Occupation: Business Man: Diamonds, Real Estate, Chemicals

The $35 million dollar house, in the heart of London, is home to Lev Leviev, his wife Olga and their 9 children.

Michael Dell House
Michael Dell

Net Worth: $14 billion

Occupation: Founder and CEO, Dell Corporation

The Dell’s 33,000 square-foot home sits on 20 acres and is known as the “The Caste” due to it’s high walls and tight security.

Mukesh Ambani Skyscraper
Mukesh Ambani

Net Worth: $29 billion

Occupation: Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries Limited

The 27 story skyscraper is the private home of Mukesh Ambani. Antilla, as the home is called, sets the record as the most expensive home in history valued over $1 billion.

Warren Buffet House
Warren Buffet

Net Worth: $45 billion

Occupation: Chairman and CEO, Berkshire Hathaway

Warren Buffet is the world’s 3rd richest man. Buffet bought his house in 1958 for $31,500 and lives there ever since.

Is Buffet the most extreme of all billionaires or the least???


10 thoughts on “Homes of Billionaires”

  1. The house of Lev Leviev is beautiful – especially the lighting! As for Warren Buffet it’s nice to know that money doesn’t always have to go to one’s head.

  2. Is the picture of Mukesh Ambani’s house when it was in middle of being built or is that the final product?

  3. Leviev’s house looks wonderful, but that monstrosity that Ambani calls home….! Shows you that money can’t buy taste!

  4. Leon Levine is another very humble self-made billionaire. His house is comparable to Warren Buffet’s.

  5. Please don’t talk about how many hungry people could be fed for the price of these houses unless you are currently feeding as many hungry people as you possibly can. All of these guys have probably fed more hungry people than you and feeding the world is not their responsibility and they don’t owe it to anyone to do that. Looking at how someone spent THEIR possessions and then saying what they should have done is a very covetous act. It’s like looking at some guy’s wife and talking about what you’d do with her. It’s lustful and prideful. Go make some money and then show us what you’d do.

  6. It’s nice to have that amount of money and nice to have a large home. I know for sure that most, if not all of these Billionaires are very generous, I’m sure they donate millions annually, and they surely aren’t obligated to do so. No one should judge or suggest what they should do with th

Comments are closed.