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5 most expensive residential real estate in the world yas acres

The company, Christie's International Real Estate (CIRE) has published the sixth annual report, Luxury Defined, based on statistical data 80 representatives of international partner network CIRE. After a modest dynamics of growth in 2016, the sale of residential property at the end of 2017 demonstrated growth of 11% — the highest in the last three years. Sales of properties worth more than $1 million in the primary market for the year increased by 10%.

For the second consecutive year, Hong Kong holds the status as the most popular primary real mamsha al saadiyat estate market. It was here in 2017 was made two purchases at prices in excess of $100 million for the facility (the cost of one was $360 million). Following the Hong Kong top list continue new York and London. Hong Kong leads the list of world cities with the highest cost of urban luxury real estate per square meter. In addition, according to CIRE partners, significantly decreased the time required for the sale of objects. If in 2016, for sale of the same object averaged 220 days, while in 2017 this figure amounted to 190 days.

The five most expensive homes sold in 2017, according to CIRE.

The Villa on Mount Nicholson yas acres

The Peak District, Hong Kong. Area 836 sq m. 

The Villa on Mount Nicholson in the prestigious Peak district is equipped with 4 bedrooms, swimming pool, private garden, Elevator. The house offers a scenic view of the famous Victoria harbour. The house was sold for 1.14 billion Hong Kong dollars ($149 million) by Wheelock Properties to an undisclosed buyer. Villa price per square meter which is $16 000, was designed by London Studio David Collins Studio.

Apartments 199 Knightsbridge, $120 million
Apartments 199 Knightsbridge yas acres

District Nitride, London. The area of 232 sq m. 

Apartments in Knightsbridge have become the most expensive property ever to be registered in the Land registry of England. The new owner of the four-room penthouse in the heart of London was Ashley Tabor, the owner of Capital FM. Now camp is planning to combine the new apartment with current flat to create a huge space with a total area of 1400 square meters.

Penthouse 432 Park Avenue, $91 million
Penthouse 432 Park Avenue yas acres

New York. Area of 1106 sq m

Located 92 through 95 floors of a skyscraper by Rafael viñoly, the apartment includes three apartments, one of which is designed by designer Kell Bean. Penthouse with vintage furniture, decorated with Venetian fireplaces, artworks and design pieces. Panoramic views of the Empire state building and the Statue of Liberty.

Mansion Bel air for $90 million

Mansion Bel mamsha al saadiyat

Cuesta Way, Los Angeles. The area of 2787 sq m

American developer Bruce Makowski built Villa in the complex Bel-air in Los Angeles and put it up for sale for a record sum of $135 million the House includes two master bedroom, 10 guest bedrooms, two wine cellars, bowling alley with four lanes, indoor and outdoor cinemas. And at the garden area of 1500 sq m — recreation areas, fitness center, 25-meter pool with panoramic views of Los Angeles and the Pacific ocean.

Penthouse Henderson Land, $67 million
Penthouse Henderson Land mamsha al saadiyat

Hong Kong. Area 461 sq m

Hong Kong is recognized as the most popular real estate market in the world, and the most expensive in Asia. The penthouse, sold for 67 million was the fourth most expensive purchase of real estate in Asia in 2017. In contrast to apartments for Mount Nicholson, in Henderson Land is a private Parking space. The name of the new شقق للبيع في ابوظبي owner of the property on the 46th floor with a private roof with views of Victoria harbour and a private swimming pool, is not disclosed.


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