Saudi Arabia’s prince Mohammad bin Salman bought world’s most expensive home


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When 2 years ago the French Chateau Louis XIV sold for over $300 (275 million euros) million to an anonymous buyer, it was called “World’s most expensive home” by Fortune magazine . The identity of the buyer was missing until now. It is now revealed that the anonymous buyer was the Saudi crown prince, Mohammad bin Slaman. Interesting fact is that he is also the head of anti-corruption committee of country which arrested more than 10 princes on corruption charges.

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the paper trail leads to Eight Investment company and it is the same company which backed prince’s buy of the Russian yacht back in 2015.

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  • This French Chateau has many unique features, due to them it’s on the top of world’s most expensive homes.It has Iphone controlled fountanes.

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  • This French mansion looks like a 17th century chateau but has modern facilities like a cavernous wine cellar, a squash court & deluxe swimming pool.

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  • The 57-acre plot is surrounded by landscaped & manicured gardens.

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  • It has it’s own cinema and underground nightclub.

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thedawn

agar yahe paisay taleem pa aur science p lagata

7 months ago
monajam

This mansion is beautiful; however, I am not in favor of spending money to buy these useless things. You need only 1 nice home, a car and some businesses. I don't like to have properties all over the world

7 months ago
monajam

However, I would gladly visit this mansion as a tourist 😀

7 months ago