LUXURY NEIGHBORHOODS: In today’s post, The Most Expensive Homes‘ editors present the TOP 10 luxury real estate in USA for sale right now. From an iconic Hollywood party estate to a penthouse in the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere, all the listings shared here have to be on the open market with a public price tag. Many of them are concentrated in the New York and Los Angeles metro areas, but neither city claims the current most expensive offering. Keep scrolling and be prepared to be amazed by these stunning properties!
With 33 bedrooms and 47 bathrooms, you can entertain your entire extended family and then some. The estate features 1,200 feet of private oceanfront, a botanic garden with 1,500 species of tropical trees and plants, a sports complex, a treehouse, and so much more.
The Hamptons’ priciest listing features handmade wallpaper, four fireplaces, and numerous French doors. The property also includes a 3,500-square-foot, four-bedroom guesthouse, tennis court, pool, hot tub, plus a private pond, woodlands, and lawns.
Hitting the market in late summer, this blockbuster Palm Beach listing hit features an ’30s Italian Renaissance mansion clocking in at over 60,000 square feet, and is designed as a series of pavilions and offers 10 bedrooms, two elevators, a 50-foot living room, and a dining room with an elaborately carved ceiling.
TOP#4 – Former Danny Thomas Estate: listed for $135M
This 18,000-square-foot mansion features a “Moorish design” with intricate gold-leafed ceilings, tilework, and painted ceilings, not to mention $2.5M worth of Baccarat chandeliers and custom carpets, and 360-degree views of L.A.
The 237-acre Santa Barbara County estate went on the market at the $125M ask in fall 2014 and has stayed put since. The property comes with a 30,000-square-foot main house, ten additional residential cottages, equestrian facilities, and acres upon acres of citrus and avocado orchards.
On the market for the first time in 50 years, this 240-acre ranch near Santa Barbara has fabulous canyon and ocean views, including two miles of private beachfront.
This duplex co-op at 834 Fifth Avenue hit the market in April and features Central Park views, a library, 12-foot ceilings, 20 rooms, and a wine cellar. The home was recently cut from $$120M.
The property, now $15M cheaper, comes with a 5,000-square-foot home, tennis courts, several cottages, a 20-slip marina, and plenty of lots available for new development.
Located five miles southwest of downtown Boston, this 14-acre retreat offers an easy, but total escape from the city, featuring a grand limestone residence spreading 8 bedrooms and 12 baths over a whopping 26,623 square feet.
In addition to five bedrooms in the main residence, there’s also a freestanding office, plus guest suites, an indoor pool with retractable roof, massage room, and sauna.