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THE WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES for SALE

We reveal the star properties that have reached and surpassed the stratospheric $100-million mark

ices at the apex of the global prime property market are driven by the rarity, uniqueness, and quality of a residential offering.In 2015, US$100 million was the new “billionaire benchmark” for the world’s most unique and luxurious homes. This year, contrary to media reports questioning the staying power of such high-priced real estate, there has been an increase in the number of $100 million trophy homes on the market. Indeed, there have even been a fair few—including the $455 million Bubble Palace, $200 million Playboy Mansion, and four other Christie’s International Real Estate listings—that have surpassed it.

As reported in Luxury Defined 2016, we reveal the list of the world’s most expensive homes for sale.

The World’s Highest Priced Properties Offered For Sale as of May 1, 2016
US$50 million+ publicly reported individual residential listings worldwide

 LIST PRICE  PROPERTY  LOCATION  COUNTRY  TYPE  FIRST LISTED
 $500 million Nile Niami Bel Air Spec Home Los Angeles, California United States Spec Home 2015
 $455 million Le Palais Bulles/”Bubble Palace” Côte d’Azur France Single-Family Home 2015
 $385 million 18 Carlton House Terrace London United Kingdom Single-Family Home 2013
  $330 million Odeon Tower Penthouse Monaco Monaco New Development 2016
  $200 million The Playboy Mansion Los Angeles, California United States Single-Family Home 2016
 $195 million Gemini Manalapan, Florida United States Single-Family Home 2015
 $159 million Le Palais Royal Hillsboro Beach, Florida United States Single-Family Home 2015
 $150 million “Mon Reve” Los Angeles, California United States Single-Family Home 2015
 $140 million Briar Patch Hamptons, New York United States Single-Family Home 2014
 $135 million Trousdale Estates Compound Los Angeles, California United States Spec Home 2015
 $128 million Island Road Estate Hong Kong China Single-Family Home 2016
 $125 million Rancho San Carlos Montecito, California United States New Development 2014
 $125 million 258-acre Bel Air Canyon Bel Air-Holmby Hills, California United States Land 2015
 $125 million Palazzate Barbados Riviera Barbados Single-Family Home 2015
 $125 million Fifth Avenue Compound New York, New York United States Compound 2015
 $120 million Fifth Avenue Duplex New York, New York United States Single-Family Home 2016
 $120 million The Park Bel Air Los Angeles, California United States Land 2015
 $115 million 2 Carlton House Terrace London United Kingdom Single-Family Home 2014
 $108 million Las Varas Ranch Goleta, California United States Ranch 2016
 $108 million Palais Venetien Cannes France Single-Family Home 2015
 $106 million Allaman Castle Geneva Switzerland Single-Family Home 2011
 $105 million Waterfront Residence Theoule-sur-Mer, Côte d’Azur France Single-Family Home 2015
 $105 million No. 1 Twelve Peaks Hong Kong China Single-Family Home 2015
 $100 million Isle de Ronde Grenada Grenada Land 2013
 $100 million Sycamore Valley Ranch Los Olivos, California United States Single-Family Home 2015
 $100 million Islas Cayonetas Las Perlas Archipelago Panama Land 2015
 $100 million King’s Point Estate Great Neck, New York United States Single-Family Home 2015

 

Gallery of The World’s Most Expensive Homes for Sale in 2016

Waterfront Residence, Theoule-sur-Mer, Côte d’Azur, FranceWaterfront Residence, Theoule-sur-Mer, Côte d’Azur, France

The Playboy Mansion, Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe Playboy Mansion, Los Angeles, California

Islas Cayonetas, Las Perlas Archipelago, PanamaIslas Cayonetas, Las Perlas Archipelago, Panama

Fifth Avenue Duplex, New York, New YorkFifth Avenue Duplex, New York, New York

Sycamore Valley Ranch, Los Olivos, CaliforniaSycamore Valley Ranch, Los Olivos, California

Le Palais Bulles/"Bubble Palace", Côte d'Azur, FranceLe Palais Bulles/”Bubble Palace”, Côte d’Azur, France

Briar Patch, Hamptons, New YorkBriar Patch, Hamptons, New York

Isle de Ronde, GrenadaIsle de Ronde, Grenada

*Fuente: Luxury Defined, Christie’s International Real Estate

 

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THE 10 ‘MOST LUXURIOUS’ PROPERTY MARKETS WORLDWIDE

London topped the list of the world’s top “luxury” housing markets and Hong Kong edged out New York to claim the second spot in this year’s Luxury Defined Index rankings

om recent stock market fluctuations to the shifting fortunes of emerging market buyers, the global prime property market traversed a challenging geopolitical and economic landscape in 2015 and into 2016.

The annual Christie’s International Real Estate Index, which synthesizes and compares luxury housing metrics, reflects these developments and acts as a measuring stick for the global luxury market. The Index forms part of Luxury Defined 2016, an in-depth study of more than 100 prime residential property markets worldwide.

The Index ranks the world’s 10 top property markets under two performance measures:

  • The Luxury Index rates the relative “luxuriousness” of primary market cities with at least one million residents (see the latest Luxury Index rankings below).
  • The Luxury Thermometer assesses the “health” of the million-dollar-plus market and compares international primary and resort housing markets.

London Tops the World’s Most Luxurious Cities for Prime Property:

Source: Luxury Defined 2016 by Christie's International Real Estate
Source: Luxury Defined 2016 by Christie’s International Real Estate

2015* Luxury Index Rankings
1) London
2) Hong Kong
3) New York
4) Los Angeles
5) Singapore
6) Sydney
7) Miami
8) San Francisco
9) Paris
10) Toronto

*Luxury Index rankings are based on data for the period January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015. The Index aggregates local market metrics measuring market record sale price, average price per square foot for luxury homes, number of sales over $1 million, percentage of listings over $1 million, average price for luxury home sales, percentage of international and non-local homebuyers, and percentage of secondary home sales. 

Highlights from this year’s Christie’s International Real Estate Luxury Index include:

With more prime property listings than any other city, as well as the world’s second most expensive residential sale in 2015 ($141 million / £92 million), London retains its position as the most luxurious property market worldwide. In spite of slower growth due to new taxes on prime property purchases, the city continues to attract strong domestic and international buyer demand. London has topped the Luxury Index for four years running.

A residence in the prestigious London borough of Chelsea
A residence in the prestigious London borough of Chelsea

Even with negative annual overall sales growth and pressures from a decline in mainland Chinese capital outflow, Hong Kong narrowly edged out New York to place second in theLuxury Index. The harbor city posted the world’s top residential sale in 2015 ($194 million / HK$1.5 billion).

A luxury home in the upmarket Hong Kong enclave of Shouson Hill
A luxury home in the upmarket Hong Kong enclave of Shouson Hill

Miami achieved a local record sale ($55 million for a new-build penthouse), which offset declines in overseas and cash buyers, ensuring a solid performance in the Luxury Index. New luxury stock and slowing buyer demand evidenced in late 2015 and early 2016 however, is likely to move it down in next year’s rankings.

The penthouse at the Capobella building in Miami Beach
The penthouse at the Capobella building in Miami Beach

Singapore joined our Index rankings after showing signs of an uptick following several years of declines due to government cooling measures. Singapore knocked Dubai—where pressures from declining oil prices and an oversupply of luxury properties caused price and sales volume declines—out of the world’s top 10 luxury markets.

The penthouse at Marina Bay Residences in Singapore
The penthouse at Marina Bay Residences in Singapore

*Fuente: Luxury Defined http://luxurydefined.christiesrealestate.com/blog/market-insights/ranking-the-worlds-top-performing-luxury-property-markets