List of largest residences in Saudi Arabia
This is a list of single-family residences located in Saudi Arabia which have living space in excess of 20,000 square feet (1,900 m2).
|Name||City||Area (sq m)||Coordinates||Description|
|Kingdom Resort||Hay al Huda, Riyadh||500,000||Prince Al-Waleed's resort contains 3 lakes integrated with splendid gardens. This is where he entertains his guests. It is situated next to the diplomatic quarters in Riyadh.|
|Kingdom Palace||Hay al Huda, Riyadh||250,000||Prince Al-Waleed's inherited palace has 3 swimming pools and large splendid palace. According to Time magazine "Al-Waleed and his two wives live in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in a $300 million sand-colored palace whose 317 rooms are adorned with 1,500 tons of Italian marble, silk oriental carpets, gold-plated faucets and 250 TV sets. It has four kitchens, for Arabic, Continental and Asian cuisines, and a fifth just for dishing up desserts, run by chefs who can feed 2,000 people on an hour's notice. There is also a lagoon-shaped pool and a 45-seat basement cinema".|
|Kingdom Oasis||Jenadriyah (near Riyadh)||4,000,000||Prince Al-Waleed's Oasis is still under construction this 4 million sq m luxury resort will include a 70,000 sq m lake and a private zoo.|
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