Three Shockingly Expensive Properties That You Missed Out On In 2017


If you are super wealthy, perhaps you are a Russian Billionaire or perhaps you made your millions out of crypo currency like Mr Bitcoin, then you missed out on these fabulous and crazily expensive properties in 2017.

The Girasol Estate in St. Barth’s, Cost $67 Million

This seven-acre estate on the Caribbean island of St. Barth’s has a jaw-dropping 175 yards of beach and two separate villas. This was the most expensive property to sell in the Caribbean and happened after Hurricane Irma devastated many Caribbean islands.

Penthouse in Monte Carlo, Monaco, Cost $61 million

We love Monte Carlo, and if you want to experience this millionaires low tax paradise, but can’t quite stretch to an apartment, we recommend staying at the Hotel Hermitage Monte Carlo which is right in the centre with views across the main harbour and is an ultra-luxury way to enjoy the principality. Book a stay using our Luxury Travel Concierge and you will also benefit from free room upgrades, free breakfast and more.

This apartment was an enormous with 3 floors and was in a penthouse position. The size? 5,000 square feet. The location, right in the centre of the Golden Square. The cost $61 million. Lovely!

Penthouse at 15 Central Park West, New York, Cost $50 million

$50 million will get you a four-bedroom, five bathroom 5,300 sq foot apartment on the Robert A.M. Stern building’s 40th floor. It offers expansive views over the city and Central Park. Personally, if I had this kind of money I would have waited for a residence in the brand new Aman hotel in New York (pictured above). These residences will be beautiful plus they benefit from all the hotel facilities so you don’t even need to cook!

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