The 5 priciest homes in the 5 most expensive states

And despite a $140 million listing, NYC doesn’t have No. 1

TRD New York /
Dec.December 14, 2014 10:00 AM

Luxury living costs more in some places than others. The home you can buy for $2.8 million in North Dakota is, of course, a far cry from what that gets you in, say, New York or California. So here is a look at the five most affordable, and five most expensive homes across the country, via Forbes.

Forbes pulled the priciest publicly listed single-family homes on Zillow for “an apples-to-apples comparison” across the country.

Most affordable states:

North Dakota — $2.849 Million

 

2043 Rose Creek Blvd S, Fargo, ND

Size: 7,421 square feet
Lot: 1.1 acres
Price per square foot: $384
Est. mortgage: $10,635/mo
Standout feature: indoor pool

South Dakota — $3 Million

 

34613 299th St, Burke, SD

Size: 11,000 square feet
Lot: 780 acres
Price per square foot: $273
Est. mortgage: $11,195/mo
Standout feature: covered arena

Mississippi — $3.8 Million

 

829 E Scenic Dr, Pass Christian, MS

Size: 5,150 square feet
Lot: 8.7 acres
Price per square foot: $738
Est. mortgage: $14,068/mo
Standout feature: beach view

Arkansas — $4.25 Million

 

7 Valley Crest Ct, Little Rock, AR

Size: 14,500 square feet
Lot: 1.67 acres
Price per square foot: $293
Est. mortgage: $15,860/mo
Standout feature: indoor basketball court

Nebraska — $4.5 Million

 

13507 Hamilton St, Omaha, NE

Size: 10,531 square feet
Lot: 4.17 acres
Price per square foot: $427
Est. mortgage: $16,793/mo
Standout feature: movie theater

States where luxury living will cost you the most

Colorado — $59 Million

 

115 Francisco Way, Telluride, CO

Size: Undisclosed
Lot: 298 acres
Price per square foot: N/A
Est. mortgage: $220,228/mo
Standout feature: rumored underground bunker

Connecticut — $65 Million

 

(Undisclosed Address), Greenwich, CT

Size: 17,493 square feet
Lot: 40.26 acres
Price per square foot: $3,716
Est. mortgage: $240,555/mo
Standout feature: Neo-Gothic Romanesque style

Florida — $139 Million

 

935 Hillsboro Mile, Hillsboro Beach, FL

Size: 41,774 square feet
Lot: 2.48 acres
Price per square foot: $3,327
Est. mortgage: $522,204/mo
Standout feature: in-home IMAX theater

New York — $140 Million

 

(Undisclosed Address), East Hampton, NY

Size: 10,300 square feet
Lot: 11.2 acres
Price per square foot: $13,592
Est. mortgage: $518,118/mo
Standout feature: 3-story living room

California — $195 Million

 

9505 Laina Ln, Beverly Hills, CA

Size: 43,000 square feet
Lot: 25 acres
Price per square foot: $4,535
Est. mortgage: $721,664/mo
Standout feature: 3,000-bottle wine cellar

[Forbes] Christopher Cameron


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