When you are in the billionaire club, the way you think about money is vastly different than the way that most of us think about money. From the cars you drive, the way you travel and of course the homes that you live in, the world the billionaire lives in is totally different than ours.
Here is a list of ten of the most expensive billionaire homes in the world.
The Beverly House
Location: Beverly Hills, CA
Beverly House, located three blocks from Sunset Boulevard, is currently on the market for $135 million. In the meantime, renters can pay $600,000 per month to get free rein of the lux property. It sits on six flat acres of land and includes a slew of smaller homes in addition to the Italian- and Spanish-style, H-shaped main house. That space features a 50-foot entry hall, intricately carved ceilings, a large library, wrap-around balcony, billiard room, family room with an outer terrace that can seat 400 people, an art deco night club, wine cellar, two projection rooms and spa facilities.
It was designed by architect Gordan Kaufmann and built by banking executive Milton Getz. In 1946, publishing mogul and “Citizen Kane” inspiration William Randolph Hearst moved in and stayed until his death in 1951. Since then, the home has become famous for its roles in films like “The Godfather” and “The Bodyguard.”