$100 Million: The Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Each US State

Posted October 2nd, 2015 at 5:00 am (UTC-5)
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At $149 million, "Palazzo di Amore" in Beverly Hills, California, is the most expensive house for sale in the United States. (Photo by Marc Angeles for Coldwell Banker)

At $149 million, “Palazzo di Amore” in Beverly Hills, California, is the most expensive house for sale in the United States. (Photo by Marc Angeles for Coldwell Banker)

The most expensive house for sale in the United States is a palatial Beverly Hills estate with 12 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, parking for 24 cars, and its own vineyard.

With help from Point2Homes, Business Insider compiled a list of the most expensive homes currently for sale in every U.S. state and Washington, D.C..

While Beverly Hills boasts the most expensive “expensive house”, the most modestly-priced home on the list is a 5-bedroom home in North Dakota featuring an indoor sports court, theater room and a 4-car garage. It’s on sale for $2.78 million.

The most expensive homes on the list are located on America’s East and West Coasts. The second priciest home on the U.S. real estate market is “Briar Patch” in East Hampton, New York. The 10-bedroom property has a guest house that’s bigger than many American homes, along with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Here’s a sampling of the most expensive homes for sale in the United States:

 

NEW YORK
Price: $140 million

Built in the 1930s, “Briar Patch,” in East Hampton, New York, is the second-most expensive home for sale in the United States at $140 million. (Courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate)

Built in the 1930s, “Briar Patch,” in East Hampton, New York, is the second-most expensive home for sale in the United States at $140 million. (Courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate)

 

NORTH DAKOTA
Price: $2.78 million

This 5-bedroom house with 8,727-square-foot home is on sale for $2.78 million and is the least expensive house on the list. (Courtesy Remax)

This 5-bedroom house with 8,727-square-foot home is on sale for $2.78 million and is the least expensive house on the list. (Courtesy Remax)

 

LOUISIANA
Price: $7.99 million

The most expensive home in the southern state of Louisiana has five bedrooms, a pool, cabana, tennis court, and green house. (Courtesy Sotheby's International Realty)

The most expensive home in the southern state of Louisiana has five bedrooms, a pool, cabana, tennis court, and a green house. (Courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty)

 

NEW MEXICO
Price: $13.9 million

This 5-bedroom, 19,339-square-foot home in New Mexico, designed in the traditional Pueblo Revival style, costs $13.9 million. (Courtesy Sothey's International Realty)

This 5-bedroom, 19,339-square-foot home in New Mexico, designed in the traditional Pueblo Revival style, costs $13.9 million. (Courtesy Sothey’s International Realty)

 

ALABAMA 
Price: $15 million

This former horse ranch in Alabama is known as "Rattlesnake Ridge" and sells for $15 million. (Courtesy Point2Homes)

This former horse ranch in Alabama is known as “Rattlesnake Ridge” and sells for $15 million. (Courtesy Point2Homes)

 

MONTANA
Price: $18 million

This16,000-square-foot home in Montana features ski-in/ski-out access and is available for $18 million. (Sotheby's International Realty)

This16,000-square-foot home in Montana features ski-in/ski-out access and is available for $18 million. (Sotheby’s International Realty)

 

ILLINOIS
Price: $18.77 million

This home in Illinois, called "Hidden Ponds", sells for $18.775 million and has eight bedrooms and a full-size British pub. (Courtesy Sotheby's International Realty)

This home in Illinois, called “Hidden Ponds”, sells for $18.77 million and has eight bedrooms and a full-size British pub. (Courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty)

 

VIRGINIA
Price: $33.5 million

Virginia's "Oakendale Farm" features two stone guest cottages, a greenhouse, pool, pool house, stables and a  log cabin on the property. (Courtesy Redfin)

Virginia’s “Oakendale Farm” features two stone guest cottages, a greenhouse, pool, pool house, stables and a log cabin on the property. (Courtesy Redfin)

 

NEVADA
Price: $39.75 million

This 4-bedroom ski chalet in Nevada has walls of glass, a glass elevator, and a 6-story glass stairwell. (Courtesy Point2Homes)

This 4-bedroom ski chalet in Nevada has walls of glass, a glass elevator, and a 6-story glass stairwell. (Courtesy Point2Homes)

 

COLORADO
Price: $60 million

"Four Peaks Ranch" in Colorado has seven bedrooms, indoor and outdoor pools, and a  furnished teepee. (Courtesy Point2Homes)

“Four Peaks Ranch” in Colorado has seven bedrooms, indoor and outdoor pools, and a furnished teepee. (Courtesy Point2Homes)

 

TEXAS
Price: $100 million

The Hicks Estate in Dallas is a 4-story mansion with a helipad, tennis courts, a panic room, and a wine cellar. (Photo by Stephen Reed/Allie Beth Allman)

The Hicks Estate in Dallas is a 4-story mansion with a helipad, tennis courts, a panic room, and a wine cellar. (Photo by Stephen Reed/Allie Beth Allman)

 

See the complete list of homes at Business Insider.

8 responses to “$100 Million: The Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Each US State”

  1. This price for president candidate 2020

  2. pieter says:

    Wow. Is nice home stay. Richest.

  3. I shri jhromching iam poorest person in indian l really like it any body can help me some day by day milk with relief my life.i am below properity line in indian.

  4. Pin Law Aung says:

    I wish to stay in such expensive house but the problem is that I am one of the poor people in Kachin State.

  5. Doris Delaney says:

    Materialism gone mad.

  6. Chris says:

    I prefer not being a f—ing a–hole

  7. EMMANUEL says:

    i love that house in Beverly hills,califonia i will buy that house some day AMEN

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