A gentleman should aspire to have the best in life; a great car, an insane yacht and now, a home worth dropping a hefty $100 million on. While it’s safe to say that, for most of us at least, owning a home worth this much might remain a pipe dream, a man can surely dream? Feast your eyes, gentlemen.
Château de la Croix des Gardes, Cannes
Built in a neoclassical style in 1919, this vast and traditional château has an incredible 13 bedrooms across over 13,000 sq feet of living space. The mansion is situated close to the famous port of Cannes and views overlook the region that resonates with the 19th century heritage of the French Riviera.
The home is officially one of the largest on the Côte d’Azur and hits home memories of the French Riviera in its heyday. Boasting huge gardens, swimming pools to rival anything else and out-of-this-world views, this wonderful home could be yours – if you have $100 million in the bank…
Tour Odéon, Monaco
It’s no mean feat to be officially named the world’s most expensive penthouse, but Tour Odéon, has achieved it. At a casual €350 million, this 3,500 sq foot home (which extends over a vast five floors) is the very definition of a modern day bachelor’s playground.
Modern and luxurious in every sense of the word, the home boasts views across the Mediterranean Coast and beyond and has lavish features to rival anything else along the coast. Complete with its own cinema, pool, chauffeured limousine service and much more, this truly is a pad fit for a gentleman.
Beverly Hills, United States
You already know about the most expensive home in America, but this one follows closely behind. This is undoubtedly one of the most exquisite estates in the whole of America – if not the world.
Covering a vast 2.5 acres and surrounded by 360 degree views of Los Angeles, this 7 bedroom, 10 bathroom, 18,000 square foot palatial-like home is truly fit for the most luxurious gentleman. Made from the finest materials that reflect its true opulence, this truly is one of the most spectacular homes available right now – if you’ve got $135 million in the bank.