Mumbai mansion sells for $113m in a city where half the people live in slums

by | September 15, 2015 2:13 pm

A sprawling seaside mansion in Mumbai, whose former owners include the US government and an Indian Maharaja, has been sold for Rs7.5bn ($113m) in the most expensive residential property deal in India’s history. Lincoln House, a 50,000ft heritage mansion located in the heart of the country’s financial capital, was bought by pharmaceuticals mogul Cyrus Poonawalla,…

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