25 Most Expensive Apartments on the Market Across the Country

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$18 Million Condo in Boston
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While most Americans can only dream about spending $85 million on a sprawling condominium, there's no charge to drool over such lavish homes. With the help of Trulia, Cheapism has compiled a list of more than two dozen of the most expensive condominiums currently on the market across the United States. Go ahead — daydream away.
$3.7 Million Condo in Seattle
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Location: Seattle
Layout: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Perched atop one of Seattle's most coveted buildings in the heart of the city, this two-bedroom penthouse is 2,453 square feet. But perhaps its most notable feature is the private rooftop patio with sweeping city views, a hot tub, a fireplace, and a barbecue.

$4 Million Condo in Seattle
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Location: Seattle
Layout: 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
An open-concept penthouse, this home provides views galore of the Sound, the city, and the mountains. When not gazing out the window, owners will enjoy a private rooftop terrace that includes a Viking mini-kitchen, spa, and firepit. Another nice perk is that, the home comes with a rare, four-car gated garage and office studio. The building also offers property owners wine storage, a gym, spa, guest suite, a dog run, and a business center.

$5.8 Million Condo in Philadelphia
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Location: Philadelphia
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
A fully-renovated four-bedroom home, this property features a keyed elevator that delivers owners to their home's entrance gallery. There's also a spectacular living room featuring huge steel windows and French doors leading onto a terrace. Additional details include ten-foot ceilings, wide plank oak floors, an eat-in chef's kitchen outfitted with top of the line appliances and custom cabinetry, a home theater and screening room, and a master suite with a spa-like en suite bathroom.

$6.73 Million Condo in Houston
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Location: Houston
Layout: 6 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms
The last complete floor at the Belfiore could be yours, as this listing allows the buyer to build out the entire 23rd floor. The unit comes with about 9,294 square feet of living space and eight terraces. You'll also get four parking spaces. Building amenities include a heated pool, formal gardens, a pet park, and a fitness center with showers and steam baths.

$6.9 Million Condo in Philadelphia
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Location: Philadelphia
Layout: 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
Located in directly across from Independence Hall, this Philadelphia condominium comes with a full-service concierge and a doorman. There's also a Tesla town car and driver to take residents wherever they need to go. High-speed elevators deliver owners to the private foyer of their residence. Inside the 4,300 square foot condominium, there are high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, a gas fireplace, a media room, and two terraces, one of which is located off of the master bedroom and the other adjacent to the living room.

$7.5 Million Condo in Houston
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Location: Houston
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
Located in a new building on three acres of manicured grounds, this 6,200 square-foot home features unobstructed views of Houston. It also comes with a 1,700 square foot terrace with folding glass doors for seamless indoor-outdoor living. Property amenities include two resort-style pools, an outdoor kitchen, a pet-grooming spa, a dog park, a massage therapy room, a yoga/Pilates studio, and a 24-hour fitness center outfitted with Peloton bikes and 24-hour concierge.

$8.1 Million Condo in Chicago
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Location: Chicago
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
A sprawling 5,488 square-foot condo directly across from Grant Park, this new construction property features custom kitchen and bath cabinetry, lavish bath fixtures, and hardwood flooring. The building's amenities spread over 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space and there are such offerings as a music conservatory, library, spa, wine room, meditation room, fitness center, and gardens.

$10.4 Million Condo in Chicago
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Location: Chicago
Layout: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
This condominium is located in the Sky Residences of Vista Tower, one of Chicago's newest luxury buildings. Highlights include 11-foot ceilings with recessed lighting, motorized window treatments, Gaggenau appliances, and Snaidero cabinetry with motorized upper cabinets. The home also features a heated master-bath floor and full-height stone walls. Building amenities range from indoor and outdoor pools to training rooms, private wine storage, a wine tasting room, a demo kitchen and an enclosed dog exercise area. Parking however, is not included for over $10 million. That will cost extra.

$11 Million Condo in Chicago
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Location: Chicago
Layout: 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms
For $11 million, you could own an entire floor in the iconic Park Tower along Chicago's Michigan Avenue. For that price-tag you'll get 5,000 square feet of "museum quality" living space. Highlights include three en suite bedrooms, a family room, an east-facing living room and an office. There's also an elegant foyer that offers stunning lake views, and a charming den with a fireplace. The chef's kitchen, not to missed, opens onto a large terrace showcasing lake views.

$11.7 Million Condo in San Francisco
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Location: San Francisco
Layout: 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms
A three-bedroom, four- and-a-half bathroom property, there's 3,830 square feet of living space. It's located at a 400-foot elevation at the crossroads of Union Square and the city's historical Yerba Buena District. Though details about its interior are sparse, the listing notes that it offers sunrise to sunset views via floor-to-ceiling windows.

$12.5 Million Condo in Seattle
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Location: Seattle
Layout: 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Offering sweeping views of Puget Sound and Mt. Rainier, the property also features exquisitely enhanced interiors and two view terraces with outdoor barbecue. It is located above Seattle's urban core and Pike Place Market. To get more detail than that, you'll have to arrange a showing.

$13.5 Million Condo in Boston
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Location: Boston
Layout: 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
With a mere 3,500 square feet of living space, this $13.5 million condominium seems a tad overpriced. But who are we to judge? One of the most coveted and sought after addresses in Boston's Back Bay, the residences at the Mandarin are known for featuring refined and gracious service. This front-to-back unit offers an open floor plan with views of Boston from every room. The home also includes two deeded parking spaces.

$14.5 Million Condo in San Francisco
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Location: San Francisco
Layout: 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
Finishes in each home in this building have been gathered from around the globe and include marble and cabinetry from Italy, wood entry doors from New Guinea, and bronze hardware from Paris. Particularly important in earthquake-prone California, this property is among the most resilient of buildings in the nation with the deepest foundation in the city and a state-of-the -art exoskeleton.

$14.7 Million Condo in San Francisco
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Location: San Francisco
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths
This marks the first time in 25 years that this particular property has been on the market, according to Trulia. The home includes 5,200 square feet of living space, plus panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Alcatraz, Bay Bridge, downtown and more. There's also a chef's kitchen with breakfast area, a sprawling living room and family room, hardwood floors, and a fireplace. It's also the rare San Francisco place that comes with two parking spaces.

$15.9 Million Condo in Boston
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Location: Boston
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
Originally listed for $18 million, this property has suddenly become more affordable (well, at least for some), thanks to a $2 million price reduction. A 5,703 square foot spread overlooking Boston Public Garden, the home features an opulent entryway and 15 grand-scale entertaining rooms (yes, 15.) There are two living rooms, a custom kitchen with bespoke butler's pantry, and six bedrooms with en-suite marble baths. There's also an au-pair suite for those who want to bring along a live-in nanny. Did we mention the mahogany library?

$16.5 Million Condo in Los Angeles
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Location: Los Angeles
Layout: 3 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
Every inch of this home is outfitted with exquisite detail and refined surfaces. There's a dramatic two-story living room, separate dining room, and a cook's kitchen. The master bedroom features handcrafted wall paper, a marble fireplace, dual baths, and a sprawling closet. There are also two additional bedroom suites and a glass-walled fourth bedroom designed to provide stunning views.

$18 Million Condo in Boston
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Location: Boston
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
A penthouse residence in Boston's historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, the Archer Penthouse features three onsite parking spaces and nearly 6,000 square feet of living space, as well as a 2,326 square foot private roof terrace. Among the droolworthy architectural details are floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that open onto a Jacuzzi and an infinity-edge water feature. Two expansive living levels are also joined by a skylight glass-enclosed floating wood and steel custom staircase.

$21.5 Million Condo in Surfside, Florida
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Location: Surfside, Florida
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms
A home in the exclusive Surf Club Four Seasons, this property occupies the desirable southeast corner line of the Residence's Building. It spans the entire south side of the eighth floor, offering expansive views of the ocean and also downtown. Additional property highlights include two living rooms, a media room, a customized kitchen with ocean views, and a large master bedroom facing the beach.

$22 Million Condo in Miami
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Location: Miami
Layout: 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms
Located in Beach House 8, this turnkey property offers 360-degree panoramas and more than 10,000 square feet of living space. That space includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 5,000-square-feet of terraces wrapping around 5,000-square feet of indoor living space. There's also floor to ceiling windows (naturally) and a private infinity edge pool.

$25 Million Condo in Miami
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Location: Miami
Layout: 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms
With Biscayne Bay as the backdrop, this home features seamless indoor-outdoor living. Details include an uninterrupted glass enclosure, a 128-foot wide living room, dramatic ceilings, a chef's kitchen, a service or maid's room, a screening room, a summer kitchen, a sports bar, and a rooftop cinema. Sounds ideal for a celeb who wants to host glam home screenings and parties.

$29.9 Million Condo in Los Angeles
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Location: Los Angeles
Layout: 2 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
Just two-bedrooms for $29 million seems a bit steep, but to be fair the home has a total of seven rooms and nearly 600 square feet of outdoor terraces. The property was created to showcase rare and exceptional materials, fixtures, and objects from around the globe. It also aims to "evoke the golden age of decadence and romance of the 1920s and 1930s." Oh and there's a direct-access elevator into the home (practically an essential for Hollywood celebs).

$48.8 Million Condo in West Hollywood, California
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Location: West Hollywood, California
Layout: 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms
This property fills the entire top floor at the exclusive Sierra Towers. It's an 11,000 square foot double penthouse that's raw space waiting to be developed. That's right, just under $49 million and you have to do the work to finish the property. Still, it offers 360-degree views of La-La Land, 7,000 square feet of living space, and 4,000 square feet of terraces.

$65 Million Condo in New York
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Location: New York
Layout: 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms
A SoHo loft with more than 8,000 square feet of interior space and a staggering 3,700-square-feet of private exteriors, this residence is in a building that dates back to 1873. The property includes direct elevator access to each of its living areas and a great room featuring 15-foot ceilings, two skylights, and opposing fireplaces on each end of the room. The kitchen boasts a 20-foot brick barrel-vaulted ceiling, another wood-burning fireplace, and two butler's pantries.

$82 Million Condo in New York
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Location: New York
Layout: 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms
Coming in at 8,255 square feet, this New York listing is the second most expensive condominium on the market in the country. The spectacular penthouse residence includes a library with wood-burning fireplace, panoramic views of Central Park and the city, solid oak flooring, a private elevator landing that opens into an elegant gallery, and an eat-in chef's kitchen. The master bedroom suite includes its own sitting room, multiple dressing rooms. and two windowed baths with marble floors and walls.

$85 Million Condo in New York
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Location: New York
Layout: 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms
With an estimated mortgage payment of $418,000, the monthly tab to live in this condo is more than the value of the average American home. What does one get for $85 million? In addition to 15,000 square feet of living space, the price tag includes mind-boggling incentives, among them two seats on a trip to outer space, a $1 million yacht and docking fees for five years, and two Rolls-Royce Phantoms. Not enough? A Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is also part of the deal, as is a live-in butler services and private chef.

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