America’s Most Expensive Homes for Sale

America's Most Expensive Homes for Sale

To compile our list of the most expensive homes on the market in America right now, we sorted through listings on Realtor.com, Sotheby’s International Realty, Corcoran Group, Christie’s International Real Estate (and its affiliates), Coldwell Banker Previews International and others. By sticking to MLS listings we may be missing out on some mega-mansions: Some ultra-expensive homes never officially hit the market — their owners choose to shop quietly for wealthy buyers through well-connected brokers.

Fleur de Lys Mansion, Los Angeles, CA

List Price: $125 millionHouse Size: 35,000 square feet
Listed With: Michael Waddington

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Inspired by a French chateaux, Suzanne Saperstein’s 12 bed, 15 bath manse touts a ballroom that fits 200 guests, two kitchens, staff quarters for 10 people, a 50-seat theater, a 9-car garage and a 3/4 quarter mile jogging track.

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Casa Casuarina, Miami, FL

List Price: $125 million House Size: 23,400-square feet

Listed With: The Jills of Coldwell Banker Previews International

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The 23,400-square foot mansion boasts 10 bedrooms,11 bathrooms, an observatory, and a 54 foot-long pool decorated in mosaic tiling and lined with 24 karat gold in the backyard. Formerly owned by the late Gianni Versace, the gated Ocean Drive mansion is currently used as a high-end boutique hotel but it is available for purchase as a single-family home as well.

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CitySpire Penthouse, New York, NY

List Price: $100 million House Size: 8,000 square feet
Listed With: Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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This octagonal 8,000-square foot penthouse spans the top three floors of the City Spire building in midtown Manhattan. Amenities include a media room, a 20-person dining room, a formal gallery, a conference room, a 1,000-bottle wine storage, an interior elevator exclusive to the three floors, and the city’s highest terraces.

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15 Central Park West, 35S, New York, NY

List Price: $95 million
House Size: 5,200 square feet Listed With: CORE Group

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Steel magnate Leroy Schecter is combining two side-by-side units into one large apartment that will have five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a library, a gallery area and access to some of the best building amenities in the city. The units were listed in 2010 for a smaller $55 million asking price before being pulled from the market. The new price-hiked offering includes the cost of renovation.

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Sherry Netherland Coop, New York, NY

List Price: $95 million Apartment Size: entire 18th floor

Colisted With: Brown Harris Stevens and Prudential Douglas Elliman

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This 15-room apartment extends across an entire floor of the Pre-war hotel-turned coop and includes a solarium, a wood-paneled library with wet bar, 2,000 square feet of terraces and separate staff quarters on separate floors. The $54,000-per-month maintenance fees include daily housekeeping, turndown service and room service from posh restaurant Cirpriani’s.

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Ritz Carlton Penthouse, New York, NY

List Price: $95 million House Size: 5,078 square feet

Listed With: Halstead Property

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Located on the top floors of the Ritz Carlton Hotel, this duplex Pre-war condo has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a glass-roofed solarium that opens out onto a terrace, a 42 foot-long ballroom for entertaining and views of Central Park.

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The Beverly House, Beverly Hills, CA

List Price: $95 million

Monthly Rent Price: $600,000

House Size: 50,000-plus square feet

Listed With: Jeff Hyland of Hilton & Hyland

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The former estate of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies first hit the market in 2010 after financier Leonard Ross filed for bankruptcy protection. The massive estate has double master bedroom suites, staff quarters, several guest houses, two screening rooms, a hand-carved wood-paneled library, an art deco-designed nightclub, spa facilities with a gym, a lighted tennis court with indoor bar and an 8-car garage.

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Woolworth Mansion, New York, NY

List Price: $90 million

Rent Price: $150,000 per month

Listed With: Brown Harris Stevens

Townhouse Size: 20,000 square feet

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The late Lucille Roberts’ eight-story neo-French Renaissance Manhattan manse, completed in 1916 by renowned architect C.P.H. Gilbert, includes a dining room that can seat 50, a solarium, two kitchens with dumb waiter service between, a gym, and an elevator between floors.

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Flood Estate, Woodside, CA

List Price: $85 million

Property Size: 92 acres

Listed With: Mary and Brent Gullixson

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Built by James Flood in 1941, this 92-acre property boasts a 9,000-square foot Colonial-style main house, Thomas Church-designed gardens with pool and tennis court, a reservoir, vineyards, a gatehouse and a caretaker’s house.

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Rancho Dos Pueblos, Santa Barbara, CA

List Price: $79 million

Property Size: 2,175 acres

Listed With: Kerry Mormann & Associates

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This massive “Royal Rancho” extends from the Santa Ynez mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean, offering a five bedroom main house, 14 other houses and barns, a private beach, a lagoon, and agricultural crops like avocados and macadamia nuts.

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Bradbury Estate, Bradbury, CA

List Price: $78.8 million

Listed With: Hurwitz James Company

Size: 47,182 square feet

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Calif. real estate developer Donald Abbey’s massive Los Angeles-area estate has 40-foot vaulted ceilings, frescoed-domes, two master suites, a two-story library, a 3D home theater, a poker room, an oak-paneled elevator, a pool house with exercise area and shooting range, a 10-car garage and a stocked trout pond.

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Tranquility Estate, Zephyr Cove, NV

List Price: $75 million

Listed With: Shari Chase of Chase International

House Size: 38,000 square feet

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Originally listed by Tommy Hilfiger co-found Joel Horowitz for $100 million in 2006, this Lake Tahoe compound sits on 210 acres boasting a main staircase fashioned after the Titanic, a cigar lounge inspired by the St. Regis Hotel in New York City, an indoor pool, an indoor basketball court, two Par-3 golf holes, a 16-car garage and a 3,200-bottle wine cellar.

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1220 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL

List Price: $74 million

House Size: 20,129 square feet

Listed With: Corcoran Group

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Quietly shopped around in 2010 asking $84 million before officially listing in 2011, this 2.5-acre oceanfront spec home is located on Palm Beach’s “Billionaires’ Row,” boasting nine bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, sculpture gardens, a dock and a fountain-bedecked pool.

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Irvine Cove Estate, Laguna Beach, CA

List Price: $65 million

House Size: 18,000 square feet

Listed With: Coldwell Banker Previews International

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Not publicly listed for sale, this Orange County Neoclassical palazzo has four bedrooms, nine baths, two separate offices, a wine cellar with tasting room, a ping pong room, a home theater, a gym with massage rooms, and a six-car garage with hydraulic lift. In the master suite, the “hers” closet even has a subterranean level accessible by elevator for extra storage.

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Sagg Pond Estate, Sagaponack, NY

List Price: $65 million

Listed With: Corcoran Group

Property Size: 33 acres

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This 11,700-square foot homes sits on 33 acres bordering Sagg Pond. The estate has eight bedrooms, 9 baths, six fireplaces, a wood paneled library, a separate exercise studio, tennis courts and a pool area.

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Parc Cinq Penthouse, New York, NY

List Price: $65 million

Listed With: Corcoran Group

Co-op Size: 12,000 sq. ft.

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The largest-ever penthouse offering on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, this co-op includes seven bedrooms, 11 baths, three kitchens, a 22-person dining room, media room, billiard room, private gym and a professional recording studio (since the apartment belongs to famed songwriter Denise Rich).

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Versailles, Windermere, FL

List Price: $65 million as is, construction unfinished; $90 million construction finished

Listed With: Lorraine Barrett of Florida Ranch Lands

House Size: 90,000 sq. ft.

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America’s (unfinished) biggest single family home is fashioned after the palace of Versailles in France, boasting 13 bedrooms, over 20 bathrooms, a 20-car garage, three pools, a two-story wine cellar, a ballroom, a two-lane bowling alley, a 10,000 sq. ft. fitness center, and 11 kitchens. Originally listed for $100 million, the Orlando-area monster mansion is the creation of timeshare tycoon David Siegel.

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Holmby Hills Estate, Los Angeles, CA

List Price: $65 million

House Size: 8 bedrooms, 14 baths

Listed With: Loren Judd of Coldwell Banker Previews International

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Located in posh Holmby Hills, this Georgian Traditional, which took more than five years to restore, has eight bedrooms, 14 full baths, a guest house, a pool house with gym, a lighted tennis court and two acres of gardens.

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The Mark Penthouse, New York, NY

List Price: $60 million

Apartment Size: 9,800 square feet

Listed With: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group

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Located at the top of Manhattan’s Mark Hotel, this Upper East Side “condop” peddles five bedrooms, a living room with wet bar, a skylit conservatory room, an exercise room and 2,400-square feet of private rooftop gardens.

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Rosenthal Wine Estate, Malibu, CA

List Price: $59.5 million

Listed With: Coldwell Banker Previews International

Size: 232 acres

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This hacienda-inspired vineyard estate occupies its own street, boasting three pools, two barns, guest casitas, a garage with exercise wing and an entry driveway made of hand-laid river bottom pebbles.

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Casa Sin Nombre, Palm Beach, FL

List Price: $59 million

Listed With: Christie’s International Real Estate

House Size: 23,000 square feet

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Willed to Columbia University by the late billionaire John Kluge, this private compound enjoys 150 feet of ocean frontage with two houses and park-like gardens encompassing its 4.3 acres.

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Water Mill Mansion-Estate, Water Mill, NY

List Price: $58.5 million

Listed With: Sotheby’s International Realty

House Size: 20,000 square feet

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This waterfront Hamptons manse touts eight bedrooms including staff quarters, a restaurant-grade kitchen with separate prep-kitchen and bakery areas, and a staircase in cast bronze with silver and gold leafing.

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7292 Exotic Gardens, Cambria, CA

List Price: $58 million

Listed With: Coastal Properties

House Size: 32,500 sq. ft.

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Situated on more than 80 acres overlooking to Pacific Ocean, this compound, adorned in onyx pillars and mosaics and murals, boasts a ballroom, a theater, a wine cellar, an executive office, two kitchens, a barn, an auto pavilion, aviaries, even a helipad.

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The Crescent Palace — Le Palais, Beverly Hills, CA

List Price: $58 Million
Listed With: Coldwell Banker Previews International

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The main residence features 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, as well as a Turkish pool, a traditional hammam, an authentic Moroccan room,a plush 40- seat Art Deco screening room, a formal dining room that seats 22 and a grand ballroom which accommodates up to 200 guests.

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Solana Estate, Montecito, CA

List Price: $57.5 million
Listed With: Sotheby’s International RealtySize: 20,000 square feet

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Benedict Canyon Estate, Beverly Hills, Calif.

List Price: $57.5 million

Co-listed With: Coldwell Banker Previews International and Westside Estate Agency

House Size: 30,000 square feet

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This hillside manse first listed last summer asking $63 million, before reducing in price. The main house has a library, a gym, a game room, a wine cellar, media room and elevator, while the grounds have a mosaic-tiled pool, an outdoor kitchen with pizza oven, tennis courts and vineyards.

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Stone Mansion, Alpine, NJ

List Price: $56 million

Marketed by: Alexander Group at Prudential Douglas Elliman

House Size: 30,000 square feet

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Property manager-turned-developer Richard Kurtz’s mansion at the Frick Estate was built with a 60-person crew, now touting 12 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, a ballroom with coat check closet, and an indoor basketball court equipped with locker rooms and scoreboard.

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1215 Laurel lane, Beverly Hills, CA

List Price: $55 million

Co-Listed With: Coldwell Banker Previews International and Westside Estate Agency

House Size: 27,163 square feet

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Marble fireplaces imported from France and Italian doors adorned in 18-karat gold hardware finish this Beverly Hills home, which has double marble staircase, a mahogany-paneled office, a 3,000 square-foot master suite, staff quarters, a 5,000-bottle wine cellar, a workout room, a 24-seat theater, and two outdoor entertaining areas.

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Hana Ranch, Hana, HI

List Price: $55 million

Listed With Island Sotheby’s International Realty

Size: 4,500 acres

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While the house itself is a mere 2,200-square feet, this sprawling cattle ranch sits on the eastern side of Maui, peddling almost two miles of oceanfront property and a helipad for easy access.

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The Villa Contenta, Malibu, CA

List Price: $54 million

Monthly Rental Price: $145,000

Listed With: Coldwell Banker Previews International

House Size: 20,000 square feet

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Originally listed for $75 million for the entire compound, developer Richard Weintraub’s personal residence has appeared in films and TV shows and is available for purchase as several lots or for rent. The property includes13 bedrooms, 14 baths, a guest house, tennis courts, an outdoor pool, an opulent “natatorium” with murano glass tiled indoor lap pool and onyx fireplace, a greenhouse, and an organic “kitchen garden.”

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Aspen Valley Ranch, Woody Creek, CO

List Price: $52 million

Listed With: Joshua & Co.

Size: 813 acres

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Originally listed for $88 million, this Aspen-area estate is both a working ranch and luxury getaway. The main house touts Argentine maroon leather flooring, reclaimed antique wood, a media room with ceiling covered in Navajo blankets, a mater bathroom with copper tub, and an outdoor hot tub.

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Source: forbes.com