The most expensive houses of millionaires who can buy
• The most expensive houses of millionaires who can buy
Michael Dell and other billionaires are selling their estates. That hide the houses for hundreds of millions of dollars?
Warren Buffett lives in the same house since 1958, but the other billionaires me at home as often as we replace the bulb.
Most of the properties owned by billionaires and for sale today, they were acquired or completed during the past five years, and even no one lived in some of the buildings. Realtors explain such a thrust to change places in the most affluent customers is simple: they are always keen to get the best of everything.
Michael Dell, Dell Computers (the state - $ 22, $ 7 billion),
What it sells: Mexican villa area of 9000 square meters in the Mediterranean style. m with five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and terraces total area of 4700 sq. m.
Villa offers views of the Gulf of California, together with the names sold a collection of works of Latin American and Mexican artists.
Price: $ 18, 5 million.
Thomas Tull, producer (the state - $ 1, 1 billion)
What it sells: an estate in California with a total area of 13 hectares to the mansion area of 32 000 sq. m (12 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms). In addition to the mansion are an organic farm, a private museum and the garden, which recreates Monet. Price: $ 85 million.
Jeff Green, the investor (the state - $ 3, 8 billion)
What sells: Palazzo di Amore estate in Beverly Hills, an area of 10 hectares with 12 bedrooms mansion. Garage estates designed for 27 cars, the house has a bowling area and the ballroom, and the territory is divided vineyard.
Price: $ 129 million.
Petra Stunt (daughter of the founder of the "Formula 1" Bernie Ecclestone with a fortune of $ 3, 5 billion)
What it sells: The Manor house in California, an area of 56 500 square meters. m, with 14 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms. Total 123 rooms in the mansion, there is also a hairdressing salon and a spa area.
Price: $ 200 million.
Jerry Perenchio, Univision (died in 2017 with a fortune of $ 2, 8 billion)
What is sold: it was the mansion area of 25 000 sq. m, tennis court and garage for 40 cars. Part of the name Perenchio became the land on which stands the house, once belonged to Ronald Reagan.
Price: $ 350 million.