Owners of world's most expensive house
choose to live elsewhere

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Dezeen Wire:
The New York Times claims that Antilia, the 27-storey house in Mumbai owned by India's richest man Mukesh Ambani, is still acting as a pricey pied-à-terre, with Ambani's family choosing to spend their time in a more modest 14-storey converted apartment block in the south of the city - The New York Times

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