Take a peek inside the most expensive homes in each state
By John Kirchner
July 5, 2011
Via Curbly, we came across this fascinating little time-sink: a listing of the most expensive homes in each of these United States. Unfortunately, the only way to view the full list was in a slightly clumsy digital magazine format, but we’ll share some interesting highlights here.
The most expensive home in all the land? Aaron Spelling‘s mansion in the Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles, California. This $150 million palace is, well, gorgeous. The listing offers no details about square footage, number of bedrooms or bathrooms, or anything a hopeful homebuyer might want to know, but it does mention that it’s a “single-family residence” on 4.7 acres. Must be for a large family.
At the other end of the spectrum is the most expensive home in North Dakota. Found in the city of Minot, this home is valued at a relatively reasonable $1.3 million. Four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and 10,000 square feet, it’s situated on “approximately 15 acres in the heart of hunting and oil country.”
Another gem? This amazing home in an amazing location in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Called Tranquility (any home with a name is worth at least an extra 50 percent, right?), the 210-acre property includes a private lake, 16-car garage and — wait for it — two par-3 golf holes. You can see more photos here.
We can dream, right?