The most shocking thing about the latest mega-mansion to hit the London Market isn’t the price tag. And even with a jaw-dropping asking price of $117 million, this gorgeous home still isn’t the most expensive house in London (that prize belongs to Roman Abramovich’s $147 million home). But what makes this home remarkable isn’t its price — the property, ripe for purchase, doesn’t even exist yet.
The pictures, as realistic as they may appear, were artificially crafted. It seems hard to believe a potential buyer would drop over $100 million on a home they’ve never stepped into; but that, apparently, hasn’t stopped anyone from trying to sell it, according to Curbed.
The upside is, of course, that since it hasn’t been built yet, the buyer is free to customize down to the very last detail.