Chicago, Illinois: $45 million
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The Most Expensive Home for Sale in Every State

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Home Is Where the Millions Are

How much would you need in your bank account to snag the priciest home in each state? According to our research using Zillow, that could take anywhere from a “modest” $2.3 million for a country estate in South Dakota to a staggering $165 million for a Beverly Hills mansion with 23 bathrooms. Many of these eye-popping properties are in the nation’s most expensive neighborhoods, making their extreme price tags a little less surprising. Read on to see what’s on the market for each state’s wealthiest buyers.

Prices and availability are subject to change, in case you happen to be one of them.

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Heflin, Alabama: $6.1 million
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Alabama: $6.1 million

Heflin
Ready to ditch those annoying neighbors? A mere $6 million can buy you this four-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot home on more than 900 rolling acres in eastern Alabama, with nary a soul as far as the eye can see. Highlights include a timber-framed great room, Brazilian cherry floors, and plenty of outdoor living space. Hunters will find 10 miles of trails, 10 food plots, and 10 shooting houses.

Anchor Point, Alaska: $3.5 million
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Alaska: $3.5 million

Anchor Point
This otherwise unassuming home is on the bigger side at five bedrooms and more than 4,000 square feet, but it’s hard to beat the view of Cook Inlet from the great room. Other standout features include floor-to-ceiling windows, imported Italian tile, a large deck, a spacious home office, and direct access to the beautiful (if a little rocky) beach.

Scottsdale, Arizona: $32 million
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Arizona: $32 million

Scottsdale
The question isn’t what this 15,000-square-foot estate has, but what it doesn’t have. Amenities include eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, two pools, an indoor basketball court, a home theater, a shooting range, and a temperature-controlled wine cellar. Need even more room? There’s a 7,500-square-foot guest house with individual apartments and a yoga studio.

Fort Smith, Arkansas: $10.9 million
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Arkansas: $10.9 million

Fort Smith
Arkansas may not be where you’d expect to find a sprawling Meditteranean estate, but this 18,000-square-foot property with five bedrooms and nine bathrooms brings classic European elegance to the South. Highlights include marble staircases, a card room and a game room, a theater, a massive infinity-edge pool, and even an indoor treehouse for the kids.

Beverly Hills, California: $165 million
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California: $165 million

Beverly Hills
Where else but Beverly Hills could you use a different bathroom nearly every hour of the day? It’s possible in this 20-bedroom, 23-bathroom estate on 9 acres, accessed by its own street. The Italian-inspired grounds include a private walking and jogging trail, an eye-popping pool, a tennis court, a two-story guesthouse, and 40-foot-tall Canary Island palms.

Edwards, Colorado: $78 million
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Colorado: $78 million

Edwards
Get your Rocky Mountain high and then some at this 439-acre property in the Vail Valley, which has plenty of room for your most epic apres-ski parties. An eight-bedroom main house has a theater and spa. Spread out even more with three guest homes, three apartments, and a 25,000-square-foot recreation building with a climbing wall. Perhaps craziest of all: There’s a replica of the historic Silver Dollar Saloon, too.

Greenwich, Connecticut: $39.5 million
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Connecticut: $39.5 million

Greenwich
Five acres and Greenwich Harbor shoreline await at this seven-bedroom, 8,000-square-foot home, complete with a deep-water dock, guest cottage, barn, wine room, gym, and heated pool. Enjoy views of the Long Island Sound on the captain’s walk, put the kids to bed in an adorable nautical bunk room, whip up a gourmet meal in the massive two-island kitchen, and enjoy the four-season solarium.

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware: $13.9 million
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Delaware: $13.9 million

Rehoboth Beach
Location, location, location: This 8,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom home built in 1920 is on an acre sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and Silver Lake, guaranteeing water views almost everywhere you look. The grounds include a private path to the beach, a lakefront pool, an oceanfront patio, and formal gardens. Inside, dry off in front of the master bedroom’s wood-burning fireplace.

Naples, Florida: $65 million
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Florida: $65 million

Naples
How’s an 11,000-square-foot estate directly on the Gulf of Mexico sound? Bring the whole family and even a few friends: There’s also a 4,700-square-foot guest house and a 2,300-square-foot cottage. Sea views abound from the back porch, and inside, you’ll find rich wood paneling, a dual-island kitchen, and a wine room. A grand palm-lined drive leads to the main house, where you can park in style in the five-bay collector’s garage.

Atlanta, Georgia: $21 million
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Georgia: $21 million

Atlanta
Enjoy 17 wooded acres just a few minutes from downtown Atlanta at this cathedral-like 35,000-square-foot estate. Highlights include an outdoor infinity pool, an ornate indoor resistance pool, an extensive wine room, a gym, a theater with vaulted ceilings, a sauna, and plenty more. Love entertaining? There’s even an underground ballroom with its own catering kitchen.

Lahaina, Hawaii: $37.5 million
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Hawaii: $37.5 million

Lahaina
To say the view from this eight-bedroom home in Maui is nice, well, that would be a gross understatement. The property includes 10 protected acres of oceanfront and 12,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor living space, including a great room that opens directly onto the pool and rugged Pacific coast just a bit beyond. Bedrooms have private lanais, and other features include an outdoor barbecue and entertainment area, game room, and gym.

Ketchum, Idaho: $20 million
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Idaho: $20 million

Ketchum
Close to Sun Valley, Idaho’s priciest home is rustic on the outside, but gleaming on the inside. Steps from the Big Wood River, it has eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a gym, a massage room, a home theater, and a pool that backs up to the woods. Tall windows let in plenty of light and offer plenty of chances to spy wildlife.

Chicago, Illinois: $45 million
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Illinois: $45 million

Chicago
Who needs acreage when you can live it up in the city? This 6-bedroom, 11-bathroom Windy City mansion has 25,000 square feet and dominates one of the wealthiest blocks in tony Lincoln Park. The immaculate grounds, spread over eight lots, include landscaping with fountains, a reflecting pool, and a dreamy garden pavilion. Inside, features include a spiral staircase, sauna, game room, media room, and library.

Indianapolis, Indiana: $5.8 million
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Indiana: $5.8 million

Indianapolis
Fat bank accounts go further in Indiana’s capital, where under $6 million buys this six-bedroom, 20,000-square-foot estate built in the 1930s. Set on 3 lush acres, the grounds include a tennis court, a pool, a landscaped waterfall, and an expansive brick patio. The traditional interior will wow any lover of fireplaces and crystal chandeliers, and includes an impressive wine cellar, game room, and full bar.

Okoboji, Iowa: $5 million
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Iowa: $5 million

Okoboji
A comparatively modest outlay of $5 million buys this immaculate five-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot home on Iowa’s popular West Okoboji Lake. Enjoy views of the water from the gracious covered porch, or head inside to enjoy a modern but family-friendly interior with stone and wood accents that would make the most ardent HGTV fan drool.

Lake Quivira, Kansas: $11.8 million
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Kansas: $11.8 million

Lake Quivira
A much different kind of lake home awaits in Kansas, where this seven-bedroom, 18,000-square-foot property on 15 acres includes a stone turret, stained glass, a 35-foot waterfall and pool, an eye-popping grotto, and even scuba tunnels. Other features include a two-story office, a wine cellar, and miles of paved paths.

Versailles, Kentucky: $14.9 million
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Kentucky: $14.9 million

Versailles
Horse lovers, here’s your paradise: 262 acres of Kentucky bluegrass, enough barns to raise the next crop of Derby champions, and a historic four-bedroom home with a whirlpool, a wine cellar, and a drool-worthy game and media room with a bar. The cherry on top is a stallion barn with 13 cedar-lined stalls and stained-glass accents. Also on the property: A separate guest cottage, a large pond, and plenty of pastures.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana: $14 million
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Louisiana: $14 million

Baton Rouge
Spending big in the Bayou State will make you feel more like you’re in the Meditteraean than Baton Rouge. This 10-bedroom, 25,000-square-foot estate is the crown jewel of a 12.5-acre lot with oaks, palms, a saltwater pool, a cabana, and a stocked pond. Highlights inside include a double curved staircase, a two-story living room, a workout and massage room, a home theater room, a wine room, and a solarium.

Cape Elizabeth, Maine: $8 million
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Maine: $8 million

Cape Elizabeth
Listen to the sounds of the Atlantic surf from this traditional eight-bedroom, 15,000-square-foot home that cozies up to the rugged coastline. One of Maine’s largest waterfront homes, it has a private beach, pool, tennis court, and a four-bedroom guest house. Inside, enjoy your pancakes in a breakfast nook that boasts spectacular ocean views, or curl up with a good book in the two-story circular library with a spiral staircase.

Bethesda, Maryland: $17.5 million
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Maryland: $17.5 million

Bethesda
The tony D.C. suburbs lay claim to plenty of grand properties, and this six-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot estate overlooking the Potomac River is undoubtedly among them. Though the 2-acre lot is small for such a pricey home, the view, stunning pool, and proximity to the city help make up for it. The gleaming interior is also nothing to sneeze at, and features a library with vaulted ceilings, a massive rec room and separate billiards room, a gym, and a circular wine cellar.

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts: $33 million
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Massachusetts: $33 million

Chestnut Hill
This eye-popping price tag will buy you a majestic eight-bedroom, 27-000-square-foot estate on 7 bucolic acres that may feel like it’s in the middle of the country, but is actually just a few miles from downtown Boston. The limestone house looks over manicured grounds with a pond and massive veranda. A grand circular staircase, columns, high ceilings, and rich wood paneling make the interior equally impressive.

Charlevoix, Michigan: $12.5 million
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Michigan: $12.5 million

Charlevoix
Water lovers would relish this seven-bedroom, 16,000-square-foot home that’s on Lake Charlevoix and just a stone’s throw from Lake Michigan. The grounds include a sand beach, docking system, outdoor fireplace and pavilion, waterfalls, and an above-garage apartment. Weather the cold Michigan winters in style inside, where there’s a family room with an imported bar, a stunning theater room and wine cellar, a bathroom with a tub that has its own fireplace, and much more.

Wayzata, Minnesota: $14.3 million
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Minnesota: $14.3 million

Wayzata
The Minneapolis suburbs are home to this undeniably impressive five-bedroom, 18,000-square-foot estate overlooking Lake Minnetonka. Sure, the grounds are lovely, with water views, a spectacular pool, terraced gardens, and even a putting green, but inside is where you’ll find the real show-stoppers. Aside from the predictably luxurious living spaces and bedrooms, there’s a fully functional music club, a gym with a basketball court, a golf simulator, and a bowling alley.

Centreville, Mississippi: $9.5 million
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Mississippi: $9.5 million

Centreville
Need some space? Under $10 million buys you an entire 1,300-acre ranch in southern Mississippi, plus a six-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot home that can rival any lodge with its high timber ceilings, stone fireplaces, pool, hot tub, and outdoor bar. Of course, there’s also a 4,800-square-foot bunk house that sleeps 12 and has its own deer-skinning area and walk-in cooler. A dozen food plots with box stands and bow stands also make this a certifiable hunter’s paradise.

Brumley, Missouri: $15 million
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Missouri: $15 million

Brumley
You’ll have to reach deeper into your pocketbook to buy this Missouri horse and cattle ranch that’s just under 1,100 acres. Its crown jewel is a six-bedroom, 13,000-square-foot timber-and-stone house with antler chandeliers, soaring ceilings, a plush home theater, a gym, and saunas. Outside, a 10-acre lake beckons, but you may be too busy enjoying the infinity pool with a swim-up bar, hot tub with fireplace, sand volleyball court, fire pits, and gazebos to heed the call. There’s also a large barn and stables, a guest apartment, and a three-bedroom home for the ranch manager you will no doubt need.

Big Sky, Montana: $25 million
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Montana: $25 million

Big Sky
Spending millions in Montana buys unmatched mountain views on 160 rolling acres dotted with tranquil ponds, not to mention an eight-bedroom, 16,000-square-foot home with its own lookout tower where you can truly appreciate Big Sky country. Other highlights include a pizza room with a wood-fired oven, a custom bar with a salt-water fish tank, a wine cellar, a game room, and a sauna. The master suite boasts an outdoor shower — likely a brisk experience for much of the year in this neck of the woods.

Omaha, Nebraska: $3.9 million
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Nebraska: $3.9 million

Omaha
Other states’ eye-popping price tags make luxury living in Nebraska look downright cheap. Just under $4 million buys this impressive four-bedroom, 10,500-square-foot home with 24-foot ceilings and marble floors. Entertain like a pro with a full bar that opens onto a massive great room complete with an imposing crystal chandelier, grab a bottle of wine from the temperature-controlled wine room, or grab a bucket of popcorn and head to the 14-seat stadium-style theater. Outside, fire bowls and a travertine patio flank an infinity pool and whirlpool.

Crystal Bay, Nevada: $75 million
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Nevada: $75 million

Crystal Bay
How would you like to ascend to your jaw-dropping mansion via a glass funicular? It may sound like Vegas, but it’s actually Lake Tahoe, Nevada’s other playground for the rich and famous. The eight-bedroom, 16,000-square-foot home is perched on two lakefront lots, and nearly every window boasts a million-dollar view (well, make that a $75 million-dollar view). The property includes a terraced beach, cliffside hot tub, beach house, caretaker apartment, and landscaped gardens. Inside, the home theater with its film-reel stage and giant leather club seats is almost too good to be true.

Gilford, New Hampshire: $9.5 million
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New Hampshire: $9.5 million

Gilford
Live it up on the lake in this 5-bedroom, 20,000-square-foot home with space to spare. Perched on Lake Winnipesaukee, it has a covered dock for several boats, and many rooms with floor-to-ceiling water views. Amenities include a billiard room, theater, summer kitchen, game room, spa, carriage house, and nine — yes, nine — garages.

Alpine, New Jersey: $32.9 million
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New Jersey: $32.9 million

Alpine
A mere $33 million will secure you this expansive 12-bedroom, 30,000-square-foot estate on a guarded private street just minutes from New York City. Want a martini parlor? You got it. Ballroom? Sure. His and hers libraries? Yup. Two art galleries? A wine tasting room? An indoor basketball court? Check, check, and check. Spread over 6 acres, it also has the requisite pool and tennis court, plus a heated driveway that will make shoveling and snow blowing a thing of the past.

Santa Fe, New Mexico: $13.7 million
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New Mexico: $13.7 million

Santa Fe
This six-bedroom, 14,000-square-foot home with views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains takes cues from traditional southwestern architecture and the surrounding landscape. Stone arches, fireplaces, wood beams, and Spanish tile all make the property unmistakably New Mexico, while plenty of indoor-outdoor living spaces allow ample chances to enjoy the warm breeze.

New York City, New York: $79 million
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New York: $79 million

New York City
If a posh urban pad is on your wish list, this palatial six-bedroom, 20,000-square-foot Gilded Age townhome near Central Park certainly delivers. And while it doesn’t have the sweeping acreage that most other properties in this price range boast, it does have a 2,600-foot roof terrace, an entry hall with a rotunda, a two-story library, a panic room, a 12-seat movie theater complete with velvet chairs, and an indoor saltwater pool. Heated sidewalks mean no pesky snow removal during the winter.

Raleigh, North Carolina: $10 million
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North Carolina: $10 million

Raleigh
This classic southern estate, dubbed “Raleigh’s precious gem,” occupies a 30-acre lot in the middle of the city. The lush, expansive yard would be easy to mistake for a golf course, and the four-bedroom, 8,000-square-foot main home is filled with graceful chandeliers and woodwork. The grounds include a second home, tennis courts, pools, a playground, and even a sand volleyball court.

Pick City, North Dakota: $3.3 million
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North Dakota: $3.3 million

Pick City
Waterside real estate also commands a premium in North Dakota, where just over $3 million buys this four-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot home on Lake Sakakawea. An indoor pool and spa will help those brutal plains winters feel a little shorter, as will a game room, bar, library, and whole-home sound system. A massive shop offers plenty of room for RVs, boats, cars, and tinkering galore.

Strongsville, Ohio: $6.8 million
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Ohio: $6.8 million

Strongsville
This six-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot custom build in the Cleveland suburbs may look like your typical new-ish McMansion, but it lays claim to a ton of bells and whistles. There’s a dedicated craft room, full-size bar, arcade, soundproof music room, movie theater and concessions stand, billiards room, and even a tunnel to the backyard. An outdoor pool comes complete with a cabana with a bar, TV, and fireplace.

Inola, Oklahoma: $7.9 million
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Oklahoma: $7.9 million

Inola
Look out on the vast Sooner State horizons from this angular estate on 28 acres with two fishing ponds. Just outside Tulsa, it has eight bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and more than 23,000 square feet. The most eye-popping feature: An expansive indoor pool with a whirlpool, a bar, and plenty of places to lounge the day away.

Powell Butte, Oregon: $33 million
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Oregon: $33 million

Powell Butte
“The Y Bell Ranch isn't just a Residence. Or a Ranch. It's a Playground for Ambitions, for Imagination, for Dreamers, and for Doers.” So reads the property description for this five-bedroom home on more than 435 acres, and what a home it is — in fact, you may even think you’ve stumbled into Cabela’s by mistake. Indeed, there’s a trophy room, heated dog kennels, steer and horse barns, a large ranch manager’s house, an indoor arena, and much more for the would-be cowpoke. The main home includes a pool, theater room, kids’ media room, and gym.

Gladwyne, Pennsylvania: $24 million
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Pennsylvania: $24 million

Gladwyne
Built in 1930, this 11-bedroom, 14,000-square-foot French-inspired manor outside Philadelphia definitely has the feel of a home with history, and was owned by an heir to the Campbell’s Soup fortune. The 67-acre property has formal gardens, an intimate central courtyard, outbuildings including stables and a caretaker’s home, two pools, a pool house, a 10-car garage, a tennis court, and an aviary.

Newport, Rhode Island: $37 million
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Rhode Island: $37 million

Newport
The ultra-wealthy have always made their homes in Newport, and the town’s “last notably expansive oceanfront property” is on 45 acres once owned by John Jacob Astor. There are actually two homes here: a seven-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot main residence, and a 3,000-square-foot guest home, both with a classic, cozy beach-cottage feel. There are ocean or golf course views from just about every window, and a seaside infinity pool overlooks two private moorings.

Kiawah Island, South Carolina: $20 million
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South Carolina: $20 million

Kiawah Island
It’s no surprise that South Carolina’s priciest property is a gleaming nine-bedroom, 10,500-square-foot home on upscale Kiawah Island. Follow your private boardwalk just a few steps to some of the loveliest beaches in the Southeast, or simply luxuriate in the saltwater pool and cabana. Inside, huge windows allow for commanding ocean views. The master suite takes up an entire wing of the home and has its own foyer, dressing area, living area, and covered porch.

Harrisburg, South Dakota: $2.3 million
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South Dakota: $2.3 million

Harrisburg
At a paltry $2.3 million, this five-bedroom country estate in South Dakota is the cheapest home on our list. At about 5,500 square feet, it’s also one of the smallest, but the money will also buy you 20 acres, a fishing pond with a dock, and a massive steel outbuilding that’s fully insulated, heated and cooled. The main home has the feel of an overgrown cabin, but luxurious touches include heated floors and 18-foot ceilings.

Franklin, Tennessee: $17.9 million
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Tennessee: $17.9 million

Franklin
You’ll find this six-bedroom, 13-bathroom whopper of a home in the rolling hills outside Nashville. Love chandeliers? We hope so, because there are more than 100 of 'em. Soaring ceilings and a massive curving staircase help set the stage, and amenities include a large wine cellar, three kitchens, three bars, a steam room, a gym, and a dine-in theater decked out with columns and arched ceilings. Love to entertain? There’s even a ballroom with its own stage.

Houston, Texas: $30 million
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Texas: $30 million

Houston
That whole everything’s-bigger-in-Texas trope rings true when it comes to this staggering eight-bedroom, 26,000-square-foot home (er, chateau) squeezed onto just 2.5 acres. Ornate vaulted ceilings, crystal chandeliers, formal gardens, imported olive trees and other details feel more old-world Europe than Lone Star State. Highlights include a formal rotunda and reception hall, music room, sun room, billiard room, gym, home theater, and pool.

Springville, Utah: $25 million
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Utah: $25 million

Springville
It’s not a typo: This six-bedroom, 12-bathroom home sprawls over a whopping 49,500 square feet on a lot with expansive mountain views. The cavernous high-ceilinged interior includes a massive indoor pool with a stone waterfall and whirlpools, a sauna, a stadium-style home theater, a basketball court, a bowling alley, and even an indoor playground with a ball pit for the kiddos.

Stowe, Vermont: $12 million
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Vermont: $12 million

Stowe
Close to Stowe’s famous ski slopes, this 14-bedroom, 16-bathroom estate is set on more than 100 acres rolling acres with a pond, outdoor pool, two tennis courts, and a caretaker’s apartment. Inside, numerous fireplaces bring that cozy lodge feel to the eclectic interior. There’s also a dedicated media room and rec room if the living room, great room, and family room get too crowded.

Upperville, Virginia: $34 million
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Virginia: $34 million

Upperville
History buffs, this one’s for you. Built in 1795, the Llangollen estate is on the National Register of Historic Places and close by the sites of major Civil War battles. The property includes more than 1,100 rolling acres, a stable with 24 stalls, eight barns, a guest house, a garage apartment, four polo fields and a polo arena, and plenty more. The 12,500-square-foot main house includes a copper roof and classical portico.

Medina, Washington: $21 million
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Washington: $21 million

Medina
The Seattle area isn’t exactly known for its cheap real estate, and this four-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot home on Lake Washington certainly bears that out. Granted, you will also get an impeccably manicured double lot with a view of the mountains and city skyline, two guest apartments, and a waterfront cabana. The clean and classic main house includes an eye-popping indoor lap pool, perfect for staying fit in that endless Pacific Northwest drizzle.

Charleston, West Virginia: $13 million
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West Virginia: $13 million

Charleston
It’s only fitting that the priciest home in the Mountain State is in a mountaintop community, but the castle-like exterior and interior of this eight-bedroom, 19,000-square-foot home may make you feel like you’re in Camelot instead. A reception hall features silk-lined walls, mahogany woodwork and alabaster chandeliers perfect for impressing (or intimidating) guests. Other notable features include a fitness room, massage room, sauna, steam room, rec room, saltwater infinity pool, and even a dog grooming hall.

Lake Geneva, Wisconsin: $13.9 million
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Wisconsin: $13.9 million

Lake Geneva
Though built in 2009, this all-American 13-bedroom, 13,000-square-foot lakeside estate looks like it’s been around for much longer than 11 years. The resort-sized pier includes two boat lifts, and the gleaming pool and massive verandas would be just as at home at a tony resort. Inside, a crisp white interior has 13 bathrooms, including a gleaming marble master ensuite, plus a rec room, exercise room, library, and more.

Jackson, Wyoming: $35 million
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Wyoming: $35 million

Jackson
Views of the Grand Tetons don’t get much better than the ones you’ll have from this ultra-modern seven-bedroom, 18,000-square-foot estate near tony Jackson Hole. Newly built, it includes a stunning four-sided glass fireplace that anchors the great room, a library, a rec room, a wet bar, a gym, and stone wine cellar. You can even go stargazing in the home theater with its atmospheric starlit ceiling. Thrown into the deal: A caretaker’s home, two barns, a 2,100-square-foot workshop, and two more parcels of land, one with its own three-bedroom house.