The previous home to Kentucky Derby winner Sea Hero, this 2,047-acre lot is expensive not only for the magnificent manor, but for the rolling hills and horse stables. Including two other residences, as well as 20+ cottages, a garden, shops and more, $70 million seems like a lot of bang for your buck with this impressive piece of real estate. Built in 1941, the main house has five bedrooms, three full baths and two half bathrooms. And while there are no photos of the inside of the manor, you can certainly get all dreamy eyed with the exterior alone.
Perhaps one of the most well-known and sought after seaside properties on this side of the hemisphere, this alluring pad is located in all-appealing East Hampton, New York. The ridiculously drool-worthy beachfront property has six bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms that help fill the 5,500-square-foot home. On 1.8+ acres of property, the house is surrounded by luscious perennial gardens, a koi pond and the drop-dead gorgeous Atlantic Ocean. In addition to the captivating house that provides amazing sandy beach views is the three-bedroom, three-bath guest house, as well as a pool and spa area. Sit back, relax and just dream of waking up in this seductive property.
Number three on our list comes from one of the most desirable cities in the country, New York, New York. Known for their sky-high buildings and amusing apartment prices, the Dome Penthouse located on 1 Central Park, is no exception. An enchanting space, a real estate property is rarely on the market at this illustrious address. Located on the 18th and 19th floors, the five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom penthouse provides skyline views and top-of-the-line services that anyone who can afford the $80 million mortgage will relish in. Take a peek at this exquisite Central Park property that most can only dream about.
The second New York penthouse to make our list is located at 432 Park Ave. An 8,255-square-foot space, this luxurious six-bed, 9.5-bathroom real estate property provides panoramic views of the city, the famous Central Park and waterfront. Filled with top-of-the-line amenities that include chrome fixtures, marble floors and countertops, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. In addition, the 12-foot ceilings 10 x 10-foot windows allow its owner to truly enjoy every inch of sky rise living. And since we'll never have the opportunity to live in such a home, you'll have to settle for these spectacular photos.
Beverly Hills finally makes its debut on our list with this #5 most expensive real estate property. The Barbie Mansion that everyone dreams about, this Hillcrest Road home is 22,300 square feet with eight bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. Providing extraordinary views of Los Angeles and the prominent Malibu Beach, this listing is splendid both inside and out. Not only is the interior of the home pristine with its luxurious stylings, the exterior provides the owner with a breathtaking infinity pool filled with California dreams.
The only property in New York that isn't a penthouse, with the exception of the beach side listing in East Hampton, this NYC mansion is located on the elusive Upper East Side. Recently renovated, the 20,000-square-foot, 40-foot wide property provides 12- to 32-foot ceilings and spectacular views of Central Park. Originally built in 1884, this flawless piece of real estate has seven bedrooms, six full baths, three powder rooms, game room, theater room, balcony, bar, an oversized pool and yes, even a panic room. The sellers most definitely took a lot of pride in their renovation, something we can enjoy through these impeccable photos.
Located in the renowned Pierre Hotel in Manhattan, New York, this quintessential penthouse takes up the 41st, 42nd and 43rd floors. Not only does this listing have five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, but features the hotel's grand ballroom as the absolute selling point. In addition, the home has four adjoining terraces that show off spectacular New York views. With separate quarters for the help, there is no doubt that the lucky $95 million homeowner will have plenty of space to relax in the core of the Big Apple.
Who wants to purchase only one penthouse when you can buy three?! A combined square footage of 15,434, the penthouse suites take up the top two floors of the Ritz Carlton in New York, New York. Wrapped in oversized windows, each listing provides amazing views of city life, while providing top notch luxury for its owners. Each residence has a private entrance, but still has access to all of the hotel's wonderful amenities. Can you imagine living in the grandeur of hotel life every day? Sounds worth the $118.5 million, give or take a penny.
Designed by the distinguished designer Reginald Johnson in 1931, the Rancho San Carlos is a 29,483-square-foot architectural beauty. Owned by only one family, the Santa Barbara home is in absolute immaculate condition. Twelve beds, 11.5 bathrooms, formal rooms and a central courtyard, this estate is like a magnificent blast from the past. Its interior has a timeless essence that can be enjoyed for another 100 years without falter, while the exterior shines its virtue with producing orchids, equestrian facilities and residential cottages.
And the top most expensive piece of real estate in the United States belongs to this Florida palace. Appropriately named La Palais Royal, the Beaux Arts masterpiece is located on Millionaires' Mile in Hillsboro Beach. Already an impressive piece of real estate, this 41,774-square-foot mansion most certainly takes the cake. Located on 2.48 acres, the home has 11 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, $2M grand staircase, IMAX theater and more. Yes, more. The 4,500-square-foot infinity pool has an LED lit double-loop slide, a separate plunge pool and a 26-foot 3-tier fountain that greets any guest lucky enough to get through the wrought iron gates and state-of-the-art security system. Built in 2014 with 22K gold leaf finishes throughout the home, everything about this house is brand-spanking new and awesome. Even looking at the photos feels like a true privilege.
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