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Most Expensive Homes For Sale Around The U.S.

As the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged countries and shut down economies and business hubs, many of us moved from major cities to more remote locales. Bustling cities like New York and Los Angeles were abandoned in favor of more tranquil resort spots like the Hamptons and Aspen. It was the first time that many considered such a dramatic move, often relocating to an unfamiliar state or metropolis.


However, as time has passed, people are gradually moving back to where they came from. While the process itself is slow, it is also hard to justify given the sky-high prices of a city’s cramped condos. The result is that buyers are considering real estate across the U.S. in a way that they never have before. Now that they’ve spent nearly a year living in a sprawling Montana ranch or a picturesque Colorado mountain house, they’re mapping out their next move carefully.


We canvassed the most expensive homes in these states and 48 others to give a better sense of what to expect in each marketplace. Here is a closer look at these pricey U.S. residences.


Mediterranean-style villa with a private pier in Coral Gables, Florida, USA

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This exceptional Mediterranean-style, waterfront villa in guard-gated Gables Estates, the most exclusive neighborhood in Coral Gables, Florida is worth US$59 million. This home sits on 2.38 acres of the most lavish landscaping, including 674 different plants, palms, and trees with 250 ft. of waterfront reaching Biscayne Bay.


Designed by renowned architect Rafael Portuondo, the villa offers six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, as well as a separate guest house. The property’s interior architecture also features large hallways, natural light throughout the home, marble and wood floors, a full summer kitchen, a movie theatre, and extraordinary views of the waterway.


Four Peaks Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado, USA 

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Four Peaks Ranch in Snowmass provides astonishing beauty with the landscape but inside the 18,000-square foot home shines as well. It features seven bedrooms and 11 baths, an indoor/outdoor pool set on about 876 acres. It’s listed for $58.5 million.


The Sanctuary at Loon Point, California, USA

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Billed as the crown jewel of the West Coast, The Sanctuary at Loon Point represents California to a tee, with unbridled natural beauty and just the right amount of glitz and glamor. Situated seven miles south of Santa Barbara, the oceanfront estate comprises 22 acres in full, with some 2,129 feet of coveted coastline bluff and five individual land parcels that are connected by a private, gated road. 


The handiwork of hedge funder and philanthropist Bruce Kovner, who poured 14 years into the project, the estate features not one but two mansions that span 8,000 square feet each. There are a total of 10 bedrooms and 21 bathrooms, along with a spa, pool, and adjoining cabana. The grounds, meanwhile, come complete with a citrus grove and rose garden. As an added sweetener, the future owner can also opt to build additional homes if more space is required.

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