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9 of the most expensive homes around the world

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From indoor trampoline rooms to in-house temples, the amenities in some of the world’s most expensive homes go beyond your wildest dreams. And, given the flashes of flare, it’s no surprise that these homes are lived in by moguls, billionaires and royalty. 

Here is a sampling of some of the most expensive homes around the world. 

This NYC penthouse will cost you over $40 million.
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One of New York City’s most lavish homes is located at 15 Central Park West. According to a 2014 report from the New York Post a penthouse here will cost at least $40 million, while a five-bedroom place sold for $21.5 million in 2018. 

Residents get a prime view of Central Park and an extremely staffed building, including seven concierges, four security guards, eight porters and dozens of other employees to keep things running smoothly. 

For $335 million, you can snag a penthouse in Monaco’s Tour Odéon.
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According to a 2016 piece in Forbes, Monaco’s 49-storyTour Odéon has a five-floor penthouse that costs $335 million

“The apartment includes a rooftop deck and pool, with its own water slide that descends one story from the dance floor directly into the infinity pool,” reports Forbes. Plus, it has breathtaking views overlooking the Principality of Monaco

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A house in Kensington Palace Gardens will cost you around $46 million dollars.
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According to a 2017 article in the Telegraph, the average property prices on Kensington Palace Gardens in London is an estimated £35.6 million (a little more than $46 million USD.) 

Additionally, according to The Guardian, it’s often listed as the most expensive place to buy a home in London. This shouldn’t come as a surprise, seeing as the area is close to Kensington Palace where members of the royal family — including Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their three children — reside. 

Read more: You can get married at Kensington Palace without joining the royal family — here’s how

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