Anant Ambani’s house in the northern part of the palm-shaped artificial archipelago boasts 10 bedrooms and several luxurious amenities
According to reports, Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Ltd. is believed to be the undisclosed purchaser of an $80 million beachfront villa on Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. The property has been acquired for his youngest son, Anant Ambani, who is one of the three inheritors of Mukesh Ambani’s substantial $93.3 billion fortune, as indicated by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Ambani’s residence is a beachfront mansion situated on the northern tip of the palm-shaped artificial archipelago. It features ten bedrooms and opulent amenities including a private spa, indoor and outdoor pools, as reported by local media. Palm Jumeirah offers an array of extravagant indulgences, including upscale hotels, glamorous clubs, luxurious spas, fine dining restaurants, and stunning apartment complexes that provide breathtaking vistas of the azure waters of the Persian Gulf.
“The Ambani family has been expanding their international real estate portfolio, with all three siblings acquiring secondary residences abroad. In the previous year, Reliance invested $79 million in purchasing Stoke Park Ltd. in the UK, where a Georgian-era mansion is believed to be designated for their elder son, Akash Ambani, who was recently appointed chairman of telecom operator Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. Additionally, it was reported that Akash’s twin sister, Isha Ambani, is currently exploring options for a residence in New York.
Despite these acquisitions, Antilia will continue to serve as the primary residence for the Ambani family. This sprawling 400,000-square-foot mansion, located in Mumbai’s Altamount Road, is estimated to be the world’s second-most expensive property, surpassed only by Buckingham Palace, with an estimated value ranging from $1-2 billion.”