Most expensive homes listed in each state of the US

California, New York and Florida top the list, with homes listed for $150M+

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Jun.June 12, 2022 09:00 AM
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Home to many of the wealthiest people in the world, the US is no stranger to luxury homes.

With the spike in luxury home sales across the country over the past two years, Point2 took a look at the most expensive homes for sale in every state.

In California, the most expensive home for sale is a 25,000-square-foot, 16-bedroom, oceanfront home in Malibu. The mansion at 33550 Pacific Coast Highway has 22 bathrooms, a gym, guesthouses, a beach cottage, and a movie theater. All that — and an underground tunnel — is yours for $225 million.

In New York, a 15,500-square-foot Southampton home is listed for $175 million. The 11-bedroom home at 700 Meadow Lane includes a caretaker’s cottage and 500 feet of oceanfront.

The most expensive home for sale in Florida is actually a collection of four gated, as-is homes on one of the most exclusive islands in Miami Beach. Each home has a private dock and views of the Biscayne Bay. The $170 million property also includes the private park Domaine de la Paix et de l’Amour with manicured gardens and a marble gazebo.

Chicago is home to the most expensive home for sale in the state of Illinois. The 25,000-square-foot home at 1932 North Burling Street is asking $45 million. The 6-bedroom home has a wine cellar, marble floors, fountains and an antique garden pavilion.

A Lake Travis home also asking $45 million is the most expensive home listed in Texas. The 15,400-square-foot, 6-bedroom residence at 12400 Cedar Street comes with two bars, a five-car garage, a massage room and 1,250 feet of lakefront.

Nevada, Washington, Oregon and Connecticut also have some of the most expensive homes for sale in the country. The priciest listing in Nevada is a Glenbrook home listed for $100 million and in Washington, it’s a Hunts Point home listed for $85 million. Oregon’s most expensive home is a Prineville home listed for $65 million and Connecticut’s is a home in Woodstock asking $60 million.

The cheapest “most expensive” home in the US is a five-bedroom, 11,776-square-foot home in Omaha, Nebraska asking $2.95 million.

[P2] — Victoria Pruitt 





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