There are many luxury celebrity homes that have become popular in the country. Antila, for example, has become a landmark in the city of Mumbai. The Ambani residence has also made an international mark as the most expensive residence.

This only makes us wonder if there are more luxury properties and towns in the country that host famous and super-rich celebrities. While one such location exists in almost every city in India, here are the 5 most expensive locations in India.


Alipore It is the most expensive and high-end resort in Kolkata. It is surrounded by wide trees around it and is also home to the largest zoo in India and the national library. Average property prices here start from ₹ 13,000 per square foot.

Sector 5 (Chandigarh)

Sector 5 Chandigarh is home to many ministers, bureaucrats and bigwigs. Premium properties in this area can fetch up to Rs 45 crore.

Banjara Hills (Hyderabad)

Located towards the northwestern part of the city, Banjara Hills It is the richest town in Hyderabad. Premium properties in this upscale neighborhood can reach up to Rs 75 million rupees, while rents in this locality could go up to Rs 4.50 lakhs per month.

Golf Links (New Delhi)

Golf Links It is located a short distance from Khan Market and is considered one of the most expensive areas to buy real estate in India. Rental rates at Golf Links can range from Rs 1 lakh to 10 lakh per month. Interestingly, Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma also recently bought a property in the area for Rs 82 crore.

Malabar Hill (Bombay)

Malabar Hill South Mumbai is undoubtedly the most expensive place to live in India. It has been home to many notable residents such as Adi Godrej, Cyrus Broacha, Birla family, Shashi Ruia and family, Pallonji Mistry, Jindal family, Petit family, Divecha family, etc. Actress Juhi Chawla and her husband Jay Mehta also own a beautiful manor house on Malabar Hill. Properties in this area can be priced up to Rs 300 million and up.

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