Uncovered, Crown Prince Saudi Arabia Owner of the Most Expensive House in the World

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, December 21 2017 - 18:15 IWST

Adnan Khashoggi House (thegentlemansjournal)
Adnan Khashoggi House (thegentlemansjournal)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Prince Mahmoud Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman officially bought the world's most expensive house at a price of Rp 5.42 trillion or US $ 400 million. Super luxurious house is located in the region of Versailles, Louveciennes, France. Wearing the style of European architecture, the house of the former castle of the 19th century has a super large yard.

Quoted from the New York Times, the construction of the house took three years by Emad Khasoggi, who still has blood relations with arms businessman, Adnan Khasoggi.

The cool thing is that all the furniture has been connected online. That is, all lights, electricity, water to the fountain can be controlled by the owner via a smart phone. Inside the house there is also a cinema and outdoor and indoor concept pool.

At the bottom of the house is equipped with a giant aquarium.

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