2017’s most expensive zip codes in America

Two NYC neighborhoods made the top 10

New York Weekend Edition /
Dec.December 31, 2017 02:30 PM

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PropertyShark’s annual ranking of the 100 priciest zip codes in the country is out. California’s neighborhoods dominated overall, while New York snagged 19 spots on the list as well as scoring within the top three most expensive addresses.

Here’s a look at the top 10 zip codes which are home to some of the most expensive real estate from coast to coast, from #1 to #10:

94027

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Atherton, San Mateo County CA
Median sale price 2017: $4,950,000

10013

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Tribeca, New York County NY
Median sale price 2017: $4,100,000

33109

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Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County FL, Fisher Island
Median sale price 2017: $4,052,500

10007
Tribeca/Financial District, New York County NY
Median sale price 2017: $3,988,683

90210
Beverly Hills, Los Angeles County CA
Median sale price 2017: $3,850,000

90402
Santa Monica, Los Angeles County CA
Median sale price 2017: $3,512,500

94301
Palo Alto, Santa Clara County CA
Median sale price 2017: $3,300,000

94022
Los Altos, Santa Clara County CA
Median sale price 2017: $3,200,000

11976
Water Mill, Suffolk County NY
Median sale price 2017: $3,162,500

11975
Wainscott, Suffolk County NY
Median sale price 2017: $3,000,000

[PropertyShark] — Erin Hudson


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