The 28 most expensive homes for sale in the US right now

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It’s no secret that real estate isn’t cheap anywhere these days, but these palatial homes give expensive a whole new definition. 

With listing prices well over what most people make in a lifetime, the most expensive homes currently on the US market feature perks like full spas, enormous movie theaters, custom marble staircases, design details fit for royalty, and enough bedrooms and bathrooms to get lost in. 

With the help of real-estate-listing site Trulia, we’ve put together a list that reveals some of the most exquisite mega-mansions, penthouses, condos, and compounds around the country. 

With all that these residences offer, there’s no need to ever leave the house. And when you’ve paid this much, why would you want to?

28. This four-acre estate is set on a beachfront lot in Naples, Florida.

Price: $65 million

Its island colonial-style main house has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. A seven-car collector’s garage is among the home’s more interesting amenities.

27. This nine-bedroom, nine-bathroom home is located on a beautiful lot in Holmby Hills, one of Los Angeles’ most desirable neighborhoods.

Price: $66.65 million

Designed by Moss and Associates, it’s got a tennis court, pool, and more than an acre of landscaped grounds.

26. Set behind a set of private gates and a paved driveway, this estate in Bradbury, California, has 30,000 square feet of space and a host of amenities.

Price: $68 million

The long list of features includes a tennis court, private putting green, several 10-foot waterfalls, koi pond, grotto, culinary center, home gym, and wine cellar. It has 14 bedrooms and more than nine acres of land.

See the rest of the story at INSIDER
Source: http://www.thisisinsider.com/most-expensive-homes-in-america-2017-4

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