Most expensive homes in U.S. top $100 million
The most expensive homes in the U.S. right now are priced well above the $100-million mark, according to a compilation assembled by Forbes.
Topping the list at $190 million is Copper Beech Farm on 50 acres in Greenwich, Conn. The 1980s French Renaissance-style home of 13,519 square feet sits on the waterfront.
In Los Angeles’ Holmby Hills area, Owlwood is being shopped outside the Multiple Listing Service at $150 million. The storied 10-acre estate, with former owners including Sonny and Cher and Tony Curtis, is being marketed through the Agency in Beverly Hills.
A 25-acre spread in Dallas with 42,500 square feet of living space is asking $135 million.
Condos also made the list of more than 30 residential properties priced at $60 million and above. A 9,000-square-foot duplex in Bloomberg Tower on Manhattan’s East Side is asking $115 million. At CitySpire in Midtown Manhattan, an 8,000-square-foot octagonal unit is being marketed at $100 million.
Also of note is an estate in the Northern California enclave of Hillsborough listed at $100 million. The 47-acre spread includes a 16,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style main house complete with a ballroom and a tenant. A condition of sale would allow the 75-year-old current owner to live in the home until he dies, Forbes reported.
The most expensive home transaction on record was a $117.5-million sale last year in the Silicon Valley.
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