Updated: Oct 19, 2021

Antilia, located in Mumbai city, India, is the largest private house in the present world. One of the world's billionaires' Mukhesh Ambani is the builder of the house, spending approximately 2 billion USD. It is the most expensive and valuable building after Buckingham Palace was made for the Duke of Buckingham in London.


Its building started in 2006 in Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill, Mumbai, with the construction charge of American architecture companies, Perkins and Will & Hirsch Bedner Associates with the Australian company, Leighton Contractors. It was completed, by B. E Billimoria and Company Limited in 2010.


Antillia was built, on about 49000 square feet of land (1.12 acres), which has 27 floors, and 173 meters (568 feet) in height. It was also strengthened by the satisfaction to survive an earthquake rated eight on the Richter scale. The top six floors of the building have been converted into private full-floor residential areas. Ambani

decorated it with a temple, a salon, an ice cream parlor, a movie theatre consists of seats for 50 people, and a place for guest suites. There is a special room in his house to resist the heat. It is modified with the wall applied with human-made snowflakes.

Antillia has six designed car floors with parking space for 168 cars. To service and repair, a dedicated service station locates on the seventh floor.

600 workers are doing different jobs in Ambani's house. Most workers earn more than 2,00,000 per month. According to age, they will resign from the work.


Mukesh Ambani : owner

1957, April 19

Nita Ambani : wife

1963, November 1

Kokilaben Ambani : mother

1934, February 24

Akash Ambani : son

1991, October 21

Ananth Ambani : son

1991, April 10

Isha Ambani : daughter

1993, October 23