World’s Most Expensive Apartment – It was just sold the apartment in Monaco most expensive in the world. The luxurious penthouse, called “La Belle Epoque” has a rather macabre history: his first owner was the billionaire banker Edmund Safra, who died in a mysterious fire broke out at this apartment in 1999. The apartment was bought in early 2000 by brothers Christian and Nick Candy, major British entrepreneurs, with a relatively low price because of the harm suffered during the fire. The Candy brothers have now sold their property to an unknown buyer Middle East (perhaps an Arab sheik) for a record 308 million dollars.
The two brothers spent more than 40 million dollars to repair fire damage, especially visible in the dining room, now equipped with huge windows.
The penthouse is located on the top two floors of a building of six, with a breathtaking view over the harbor of Monaco, has 3 bedrooms each with private bath and dressing room, large terraces and a huge library with lots of trees and swimming pool.
Inside the house we can also find a quiet room with pool tables and video games, a panic room with reinforced glass and surveillance cameras, a small spa, a Jacuzzi, a gym and a cinema room with retractable screens for the sole touch of a button.
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