Elite Estate: UK’s $70 million Bulletproof Mansion

An elite estate located in Hampstead, North-West London is being touted as the most expensive property ever sold in Britain. And the fortunate buyer of the property is Israeli diamond billionaire Lev Leviev, who paid $80 million for this seven-bedroom home. He has plans to shift to this villa with his wife Olga and two of his nine children. The actual cost of the house is $70 million but it is the $100,000 bullet proof front door that has hoisted its value. It is being heard that the estate would be the permanent residence for this Israeli tycoon.

It features a $1.5mn stone staircase erected using 150-year-old carving modus operandi and an indoor swimming pool layered with gold-plated mosaic tiles. It also flaunts a gym, sauna, ballroom and cinema, a private hair salon and a one-ton bathroom basin carved from a single piece of white Iranian onyx.

The day Leviev would step up into this villa, he would be shielded with not only bullet-proof front door but also 25 security cameras and a high-tech alarm system that can be monitored distantly from a yacht in the Caribbean if need be. What all luxurious installments in this manor make it UK’s most expensive? A $46,000 topiary bush and $230,000 hand-carved stone fireplace in the living room are the most striking accessories.

Gallery: $70 million Bulletproof Mansion

Via DailyMail
Bulletproof Mansion

Written By
More from Zolamarquis

Dream Machine Portable O2 Modular Bars

Considering the nature of lifestyle we tend to live, it is necessary...
Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *