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Inside pics of Pakistan's most expensive house, no match for Mukesh Ambani's Rs 15000 crore Antilia, it costs...

This majestic mansion boasts an expansive facade, a generous floor plan, a swimming pool with a waterfall, a well-equipped gym, a state-of-the-art theatre, a comfortable lounge area, and more.

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Inside pics of Pakistan's most expensive house, no match for Mukesh Ambani's Rs 15000 crore Antilia, it costs...
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When it comes to talking about the most expensive residences around the world, the name that inevitably comes to one’s mind is that of Antilia, the Rs 15,000 crore residence of Asia's wealthiest man Mukesh Ambani and his family that includes Nita Ambani, Akash Ambani, Shloka Mehta, Anant Ambani in Mumbai.

However, in this article, we are going to talk about the house that is touted as Pakistan’s most expensive. To cater to the lavish lifestyle and tastes of Pakistani business magnates, athletes and artists, a developer has unveiled an extravagant residence, touted as the most expensive house in Pakistan with a whopping price tag of Pakistani Rupee (PKR) 125 crore in the Gulberg area of Islamabad. The area is an upscale residential enclave housing opulent villas and mansions.

YouTuber Mo Vlogs featured this luxurious mansion in a blog post three months ago. According to the website Vertu, the video reveals that the mansion is a blend of black and gold decor and adorned with high-end brands such Versace and Gucci, including details such as Versace napkins and gold spoons. Every aspect of the mansion exudes luxury, transforming each moment into an opulent experience.

The mansion has custom fountains, art pieces and branded furniture. The meticulously designed bedrooms and bathrooms are rich in intricate details.

Completed over a span of two years, this mansion is more than just a home; it is a masterpiece of design and engineering. With its nine bedrooms, 100 chandeliers, a golden toilet, Gucci vanity sets, a spacious, modern kitchen and an indoor cinema with handcrafted wooden walls, it is a distinctive gem.

The mansion has ample parking space and lush outdoors with palm trees from the US, fancy light polls from Morocco and Thai-style water fountains at the entrance.

While it remains uncertain whether the property has been sold or is still available, it is no match compared to Antilia.

 

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