Unique architecture, breathtaking views and beyond spoiling luxury – these are all things that the most expensive apartments in the world have to offer. Whether you have millions to spare, looking for inspiration to decorate your own place or simply curious, you will surely find the five properties we’ve chosen to present here more than interesting.
La Tour Odeon Penthouse, The Ville, Monaco
With its current market price estimated to be around $335 million, this penthouse apartment with five floors is the most expensive apartment in the world right now. It is at the top of the Odeon Tower located in the posh The Ville neighborhood and offers 360-degree views of the Mediterranean, the spectacular coastal city and the lush hills. With 30,000 square feet of space, it offers practically anything that you could want including a dancefloor. Perhaps its most impressive feature is the waterslide which ends in the infinity pool.
Pierre Hotel Penthouse, New York City, USA
Taking up the entire floor, this apartment offers nearly 5,000 square feet of space including suites for guests and staff members. It boasts of unique antique furniture and high-end technology. Whether you prefer to stay inside or relax on one of the four terraces, you will enjoy spectacular views of the NYC skyline and Central Park. Anyone can rent this penthouse apartment for $500,000 per month, with its estimated purchase price of around $125 million.
One Hyde Park Penthouse, London, UK
The duplex penthouse apartment spreading over 17,000 square feet was sold for $237 million back to an undisclosed buyer back in 2014 and remains the most expensive apartment sold in the British capital to date. Thanks to its prime location in Knightsbridge, residents have quick access to Hyde Park and Harrods, but who’d want to go out when they have an ozone pool, golf stimulator and spa center at their disposal?
Opus Apartment Penthouse, Hong Kong
With an estimated price of $66 million, this apartment takes up an entire floor – nearly 5,500 square feet of space. It offers spectacular views of the city’s skyline and harbor while being set on a green hill. It has its own swimming pool and a private rooftop spreading over 1,500 square feet with a jacuzzi.
Millennium Tower Penthouse, Boston, USA
Recently sold for $33 million, this is the most expensive of all Boston luxury apartments to date. It offers 13,000 square feet of space and a 360-degree view of the city thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows. Among the most spoiling features are the heated marble floors in the bathrooms, 24-hour concierge service and a private club for the residents.
Finally, it’s worth pointing out that you can find Boston luxury apartments for sale at very competitive prices if you know where to look.