25 Most Expensive Homes in the World
25. 15 Park Avenue
Park Avenue is one of the more famous neighborhood in the United States—anything that appears on a Monopoly board must have something going for it, right? And the truth is that Park Avenue has just about everything you could want for life in Manhattan: stunning views, a central location, and all the luxury that upper crust urban living can offer. Anyone with an address there must be both loaded and enjoying life. Enjoying life and eating more caviar than is probably recommended by 7 out of 10 medical doctors.
But even the folks on Park Ave. must be a bit jealous of Ekatarina Ryboloveva. This scion of a Russian billionare received an $88 million apartment on Park Avenue via a trust set up by her family. It’s a small place at over 6,000 square feet, with four bedrooms, four and a half baths, a wrap-around terrace and two over-the-top features for any Manhattan property: a chef’s kitchen and a rooftop garden.