Robb Report compiled a list of the world’s priciest listings in 2022, which comprises glamorous California mansions, private tropical islands, secluded mountain homes, equestrian estates and even royal palaces.
Here are the top 10 most expensive abodes in the world that are currently on the market.
10. Banyan Road, Florida — $145 Million
Located within the exclusive enclave of Seminole Landing in Palm Beach, this $145 million estate is the largest oceanfront property in South Florida that is currently on the market. The land spans 8.5 acres, including the dune and beach, and offers 563 feet of ocean frontage. The home itself offers approximately 15,500 square feet with six bedrooms and a pool.
9. Royal Style Mansion, Israel — $149 Million
Inspired by Baroque and Rococo architecture, this massive 63,130-square-foot royal mansion in Caesarea, Israel boasts marble and onyx mosaics, 14-karat gold moldings, an enormous crystal chandelier, marble columns, Roman-inspired fountains and a sweeping staircase that leads to the upper levels. The mansion also has a private spa and fitness room, two pools and saunas.
8. La Gorce Circle, Florida — $150 Million
This Miami Beach compound on La Gorce Island comprises three seaside homes with private docks on the 600-foot sparkling waterfront. The grounds also feature a private park, marble gazebo, two swimming pools, a conference center, coral stone walkways, and a home theater and wine cellar.
7. Stradella Court, California — $150 Million
Designed by South African architecture firm Saota and recently remodeled by billionaire George Ruan, this striking Bel-Aire estate includes a two-story main house and a one-bedroom guest home, altogether offering nine bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a wine cellar, media room, library, sauna and infinity-edge pool.
6. Mapleton Drive, California — $165 Million
Dubbed the Manor, this iconic California mansion sold for $119.7 million in 2019 as the most expensive real estate transaction in LA County and now it is back on the market with an even larger price tag of $165 million. The extravagant Holmby Hills estate was built in 1998 for TV producer Aaron Spelling and is the former home of Bill Crosby and Formula 1 heiress Petra Ecclestone. With 56,000 square feet of living space, the home features a bowling alley, beauty salon, library, nightclub, screening room, swimming pool, tennis court, tanning room and working elevator.
5. Mylestone at Meadow Lane, Southampton, New York — $175 Million
This waterfront Hamptons estate located between the Atlantic Ocean and Shinnecock Bay offers eight lush acres and more than 500 feet of ocean frontage. Spanning over 15,000 square feet, the modern home has 11 bedrooms, 12 full baths and four half baths, as well as a separate caretaker’s cottage. There’s also a pool, hot tub, five-car garage and deepwater bayside dock for boating.
4. Tarpon Island, Palm Beach, Florida — $218 Million
Situated in the Billionaires’ Row sector of Palm Beach, Tarpon Island is a private stretch of land only accessible by a small bridge or boat. Developer Todd Michael Glaser bought the prized parcel for $85 million earlier this year and is now selling it with the promise of renovating and expanding the home for the prospective buyer, which includes the addition of 18,000 square feet of living space, a six-car garage and two pools.
3. Pacific Coast Highway, California — $225 Million
Located on the coveted California Pacific Coast, this massive beachside property is composed of five parcels of land and nine structures spread across five acres. The 25,000-square-foot Robert A. M.–designed home is reminiscent of a European estate and was formerly owned by ex-Disney CEO Michael Eisner. The compound includes its own gym, several guest homes, a movie theater connected to the pool via an underground tunnel and an elevator to access the beach.
2. Rutland Gate, London, England — $238 Million
This grand seven-story estate is back on the market as Britain’s priciest listing for $238 million. The palatial property includes a 62,000-square-foot mansion featuring 45 rooms spread across its seven stories, an indoor swimming pool, underground parking garage, elaborate detailing, gold leaf accents and ornate moldings.
1. The Penthouse at Central Park Tower, New York — $250 Million
At the top of the list of the world’s most expensive homes for sale, is the Central Park Tower penthouse which, coincidentally, sits at the top of the world’s tallest residential building on New York City’s Billionaires’ Row. The 7,545-square-foot penthouse has three floors, seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, multiple kitchens, two grand ballrooms and a 1,433-square-foot outdoor terrace that hovers 1,400 feet above Manhattan. In addition to priceless views, the home features huge walls of glass, soaring 27-foot-high ceilings and a sculptural spiral staircase that connects each of the three levels.