All the popular presidents in the world live in beautiful and grand houses. These houses are not only expensive but they are exuberant as well. They have a huge market value that you can't even imagine. In this article, we will find out about the most expensive residences of the world leaders in the world.


1.Zhongnanhai, China

Value of the Chinese Presidential building: £31bn
Area: approx.3400000 sq meters 
Where: Beijing
Who lives: China’s President Xi Jinping

Interesting Facts : 

•It is the former imperial garden in the Imperial City. 

•The Zhongnanhai complex which is located west of the Forbidden City, the name itself means "central and southern seas/lakes", referring to two lakes the "Central Sea" and "Southern Sea” located within the compound; it is sometimes translated as "Sea Palaces".

2.Cheong Wa Dae, South Korea

Value of the  Building: £1.1bn
Area: 250,000 sq.meters
Where:  Seoul
Who lives:  Moon Jae-In

Interesting Facts :

•It is built upon the site of the royal garden of the Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910)

•The entire complex covers approximately 250,000 square meters or 62 acres.

3.The Kremlin Senate, Russia 

Value of the  Building:  £1bn
Area: 2.75 thousand square meters
Where: Moscow, Russia 
Who lives: Russian President Vladimir Putin

Interesting Facts: 

•Great Kremlin Palace was built in Moscow, Russia between 1837 and 1849.
•It is currently the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation, although it is rarely used for this purpose. 

•For President Putin, a separate building Novo-Ogaryovo has been made the presidential residence.

•After the current tenure of Putin ends, the Great Kremlin Palace, Moscow will again become the presidential residence.

4.Quirinal Palace, Italy
Value: £945m
Area: 110,500 sq.
Where is: Rome

Wholives : Sergio Mattarella

Interesting Facts : 

1.The palace is located on the Quirinal Hill, the highest of the seven hills of Rome.

2.The palace has housed thirty Popes, four Kings of Italy and twelve presidents of the Italian Republic.


5.Kantei, Japan 

Value: £565m
Area: 46,823 sq.meters    
Where is it located: Tokyo
Who lives: Shinzo Abe 

6.Presidential Complex, Turkey 

Value: £522m
Area: 300,000 sq.metres
Where is: Ankara
Who lives: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Interesting Facts

•The presidential complex covers 1.6 square miles, cost more than £500 million, has 1,100 rooms and silk wallpaper priced as high as £2,000 a roll.

•It is said that there are 400 extra large double doors standing more than 3 metres high cost more than £5 million in total.

7.Rashtrapati Bhavan, India

Value: £418m
Area: 19000 sq.m
Where is: New Delhi, India
Who lives: Shri Ram Nath Govind

Interesting facts

•There are 340 rooms in this building.

•It took 17 years to complete it.

•Its construction began in 1912 and was completed in 1929. 

8.The Moncloa Palace, Spain

Value: £116m

Area:32,664 sq.metres

Where: Madrid

Who Lives: Mariano Rajoy

Interesting Facts:

•The residence is surrounded by many other buildings which form La Moncloa Complex. 

•The Ministry of the Presidency, the First Deputy Prime Minister's Office and the Press Center are located in this complex. 

9.Elysee Palace

Value: £89m

Area: 11,000 sq.metres

Where: Paris

Who Lives: Emmanuel Macron

Interesting Facts:
•Elysee Palace takes its name from the neighborhood  Avenue des Champs-Élysées.

•The Élysée Palace has a beautiful English garden. The garden covers 2 hectares of the palace.    

10.The White House 

Value of White House: Approx. £31m
Area: 5110 m²     
Where: Washington DC 
Who lives: US President Donald Trump

Interesting facts: 
•The White House took 8 years to complete.

•The White House was the largest house in the U.S. for more than 60 years.

•There are 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, 412 doors, 147 windows, 28 fireplaces, 8 staircases, and 3 elevators in the White House.