The Most Expensive Home for Sale in Every State

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Texas: $30 million

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How much would you need in your bank account to snag the priciest home in each state? According to our research using Zillow, it could take anywhere from a "modest" $1.8 million for a lake house in North Dakota to a staggering $115 million for a Malibu mansion. 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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Alexander City Mansion
Kodiak Mansion

Alaska: $3.8 million


This newly built four-bedroom, 4,600-square-foot home is on the smaller side for this list, but one thing is for sure: You can't beat the breathtaking views of the mountains and the Gulf of Alaska. It comes furnished and boasts a two-story fireplace, vaulted timber ceilings, and a deck that will make you glad for Alaska's extra-long summer days.

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Paradise Valley Mansion

Arizona: $22.5 million

Paradise Valley

You'll find a little bit of the French countryside in the desert with this bucolic seven-bedroom, 14,000-square-foot estate near Phoenix. The warm interior with stone, marble, and oak finishes meshes with several expansive outdoor living areas. Warm up by nine fireplaces, have a drink in the wine cellar, invite friends to stay in the guest casita, take a dip in the pool, and save on utilities with your own solar electric farm.

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Arkansas: $10.9 million

Arkansas: $10.9 million

Fort Smith
Arkansas may not be where you'd expect to find a sprawling Mediterranean 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.

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Malibu Mansion
Edwards Mansion

Colorado: $78 million


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 aprés-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.

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Greenwich Mansion

Connecticut: $55 million


A mere $55 million buys this pristine eight-bedroom estate on Long Island Sound in one of Connecticut's many wealthy enclaves. The property includes a deep-water dock, indoor and outdoor pools, manicured English gardens, and even a private beach. If disaster strikes, don't worry: You'll have hurricane-resistant windows, a water-filtration system, and a whole-home generator.

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Rehoboth Beach House
Bright MLS

Delaware: $9.3 million

Rehoboth Beach

Location, location, location: This 10-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot home overlooks the Atlantic in one of the East Coast's most beloved beachside communities. Enjoy the view from the large decks, and easily zip between the four floors with elevator access. A 12-foot breakfast bar allows plenty of space to feed the whole crew before heading out for a day on the water.

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Palm Beach House

Florida: $74.8 million

Palm Beach
How's a brand spankin’ new seven-bedroom estate directly on the water in Palm Beach sound? You’ll get views of the Atlantic from multiple rooms, tons of spacious balconies, a 4,000-bottle wine cellar, a gym, a theater room, and a sparkling pool and spa, of course. There’s also a two-bedroom guest house.

Georgia: $15.5 million

Georgia: $15.5 million


Enjoy 446 rolling acres under an hour outside downtown Atlanta at this elegantly rustic five-bedroom estate. The property has its own covered bridges and even a 40,000-square-foot luxury garage. Prefer horses to cars? It has stables, too. The centerpiece of the backyard is a 6,000-square-foot patio with plenty of covered spaces for outdoor living.

Kilauea House

Hawaii: $33 million


To say the view from this six-bedroom home on Kauai is nice, well, that would be a gross understatement. On a bluff overlooking the Pacific, it allows the chance to spot whales and enjoy gorgeous island sunsets without leaving home. The property includes a resort-worthy pool and spa, a wine cellar, a media room, a gym, and two guest cottages.

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Coeur D'Alene House

Idaho: $27 million

Coeur D'Alene

This nearly 9,000-square-foot four-bedroom is on 30 pristine acres, and even has its own sand beach on a lake. The great room has a massive stone fireplace and opens directly onto a patio overlooking the water, and there's a bar to rival those you've seen in any high-end restaurant. Other highlights include a gym, a hot tub, an outdoor kitchen, and a separate guest house, and shop.

Chicago Mansion

Illinois: $45 million


Who needs acreage when you can live it up in the city? This six-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.

Zionsville House

Indiana: $6.3 million


Billed as "one of the Midwest's most beautiful estates,"  this classic five-bedroom covers more than 14,000 square feet on 18 manicured acres near Indianapolis. It includes all the bells and whistles you need, including a pool and pool house, a guest house, an elevator, stables, a game room, a wine cellar, and a tennis court.

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Spirit Lake House

Iowa: $5.2 million

Spirit Lake

"Waterfront" might not spring to mind as a selling point in Iowa, but this five-bedroom retreat is on popular Lake Okoboji. There's a small sandy cove on the water, plus a not-so-small dock that will make getting out on the lake a cinch. The home includes a guest suite with a full kitchen, an elevator, a great room with soaring ceilings, a bar area, and much more. 

Stilwell Mansion

Kansas: $10.5 million


You'll never be bored at this eye-popping nine-bedroom south of Kansas City. After all, it has its own nine-hole golf course, stables, stocked fishing ponds, and a resort-style pool and spa. The pool house offers a bar, kitchen, and guest quarters. Like cars? You'll have room for 15 — yep, 15 — in the garage.

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Prospect Kentucky House

Kentucky: $5.2 million


Just under 12,000 square feet, this five-bedroom outside of Louisville is tucked away in the trees with amenities galore. Outside, there is a pool with a waterfall right off the guest house, itself a pristine space to rival the poshest Airbnbs. Inside, light floods into the modern rooms from every angle. The lower level has a media and game room with a full bar, and the attached four-car garage is a space where any car lover would love to tinker. 

Metairie Mansion

Louisiana: $16.9 million


Spending big in the Bayou State will make you feel more like you're in Europe than the South. This 15,000-square-foot mansion is a stunner with 24-foot ceilings, an ornate staircase, and a marble bathroom with heated floors that you'll be hard pressed to leave. Still, you may eventually want to emerge to catch a show in the 15-seat theater, sweat it out in the sauna, get a massage in the spa room, or take a dip in the cocktail pool.

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Sebago Lake House

Maine: $10 million


This four-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot home tucked among the pines on Sebago Lake is pretty as a postcard, and it comes with 19 acres to explore. The great room features soaring ceilings, a huge stone fireplace, and tall windows that put nature on full display. There's also a theater room, a gym, a dock, and tons of outdoor living space to enjoy those amazing New England summers. 

Annapolis Mansion
Bright MLS

Maryland: $24.9 million


Need a little more elbow room? You'll find plenty of quiet corners in this 35,000-square-foot estate on 23 acres with views of the Severn River. A former monastery, the main house has 11 fireplaces, a ballroom, a conservatory, a library, a music room, a spa, a game room, a wine cellar, and even a secret vault. Not enough? There's an indoor and outdoor pool, a tennis court, a dock with a boat lift, and even an Asian tea house.

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Dartmouth Mansion

Massachusetts: $25 million


Live in a place that looks tailor-made for J. Crew catalog shoots at this 22,000-square-foot estate on a peninsula jutting out into Buzzards Bay. You'll get 10 acres, 1,500 feet of water frontage, and views of the water from practically everywhere. The Martha Stewart-worthy interior has a fireplace made from stone and driftwood, a bar, a wine cellar, and even a bowling alley.

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Michigan: $12.5 million

Michigan: $12.5 million

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 Lake House

Minnesota: $11 million


The Minneapolis suburbs are home to this undeniably impressive 9,000-square-foot five-bedroom on the water outside Minneapolis. Outside, there is a sandy beach, a large dock, and a swanky covered patio; inside, floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of lake views. An attached guest house has its own kitchen, porch, and private entrance.

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Natchez Antebellum House

Mississippi: $3.9 million


If you're a wealthy home buyer who can't resist some history, this antebellum home outside one of Mississippi's most historic towns could be worth the spend. On the National Historic Register, it has seven bedrooms and nearly 11,000 square feet. The porch alone could sell the place, but the pristine interior and lush grounds don't hurt.

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Wentzville House

Missouri: $11.3 million


You'll have to reach deep into your pocketbook to buy this four-bedroom house on 125 acres outside St. Louis. The 8,000-square-foot stone home is the crown jewel, but there are also five stocked lakes, a barn, two guest cottages, and even an octagonal kennel. Stone and beams dominate the main home's living area, but the best part is a massive entertainment area with a comfy home theater, a game room, and a workout area.

Three Forks House
Big Sky Country MLS

Montana: $28 million

Three Forks

Spending millions in Montana buys unmatched mountain views on a staggering 3,700 acres where you can truly appreciate Big Sky country. The eight-bedroom home at the center includes drool-worthy decks and living spaces, a theater, a cozy bunk room, a game room, and much more. There's also a three-bedroom guest home, a barn, a hunting cabin, and a home for the ranch manager you'll probably need. 

Omaha House
NP Dodge Real Estate

Nebraska: $5.8 million


Live a very comfortable life in Nebraska for less (at least compared with most other states) with this six-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot home in a lush Omaha neighborhood. Highlights outside include a pool with a pool house, a stream, and a heated six-car garage. Inside, woodwork and custom cabinetry dominate almost every space. There's also a huge bar, a wine cellar, a golf simulator, and an exercise room.

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Glenbrook House
Northern Nevada Regional MLS

Nevada: $48 million


Jaw-dropping views of Lake Tahoe await at this massive home on 26 acres. The immaculate grounds include terraced lawns, a sandy beach, a beach house, a guest house, and a warehouse. The foyer in the main house even manages to incorporate massive boulders, and floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room and master bedroom and bathroom almost bring the outdoors inside.

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North Hampton House

New Hampshire: $25 million

North Hampton

If you have the coin for "one of the most distinguished historic estates in coastal New England," this breathtaking 58-acre property awaits with meadows, pastures, and ocean views. Love horses? You'll have everything you need for a thriving equestrian farm, including an immaculate horse barn. The six-bedroom main house is the epitome of coastal chic and includes an eye-popping stone wine cellar. 

Mahwah Mansion

New Jersey: $39 million


A mere $39 million will secure you this 21-bedroom, 50,000-square-foot stunner in easy driving distance of New York City. Want a restaurant-style kitchen? You got it. Tea room? Sure. Massage room, wine room, game room, gym? Check, check, check, check. It also has the requisite pool and tennis court, lovely gardens, and an eight-car garage. 

Lamy House

New Mexico: $16.5 million


Need some room to spread out? How's 6,200 acres sound? This massive ranch outside Santa Fe includes a 13,000-square-foot adobe hacienda with eight bedrooms, plus a two-bedroom guest home. You'll get a tennis court and a pool, a gorgeous flower-filled courtyard, and room upon room filled with warm beams, traditional tile, and built-ins. 

Granite Springs House
OneKey MLS

New York: $100 million

Granite Springs

This 740-acre property is a horse lover's paradise, complete with riding trails, a turf racetrack, fenced paddocks, and three barns with a total of 88 stalls. The 24,000-square-foot eight-bedroom house is nothing to sneeze at either: It includes a two-story leather-floored library, a 2,200-bottle wine cellar, a game room and pub, an elevator, and a pavilion with its own heated pool, spa, gym, and sauna. There's also a guest house.

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Wrightsville Beach House

North Carolina: $13.9 million

Wrightsville Beach

Be the first to own this ultra-mod, ultra swanky four-bedroom near the beach in coastal North Carolina. Described as "mid-Atlantic Hawaiian modern," it has ocean views from its wraparound balconies, and a dreamy pool that flows under the home's bottom level. It comes with all the magazine-worthy furnishings. 

Bottineau House

North Dakota: $1.8 million


"The views are spectacular, the setting is majestic and the privacy is unsurpassed" at this five-bedroom, 8,000-square-foot North Dakota lake house. It includes 450 feet of shoreline, a guest house, and a workshop bigger than many homes. A large patio allows for plenty of room to enjoy the view.

Cincinnati House

Ohio: $6.9 million


This 15,000-square-foot six-bedroom outside of Cincinnati looks like it was airlifted to Ohio from the Napa Valley. A terrace with a pool, pergola, and pizza oven just begs for long days of relaxation, and inside there's a home theater, exercise room, massage room, conservatory, and much more. Luxurious details include copper roofing, bronze windows, heated stone floors, and a six-car garage.

Arcadia House
MLS Technology, Inc.
Oregon: $29 million

Oregon: $29 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.

Pennsylvania: $24 million

Pennsylvania: $24 million

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.

Rhode Island: $37 million

Rhode Island: $37 million

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.

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Sullivans Island House

South Carolina: $11.5 million

Sullivans Island

Luxe beachside life awaits at this four-bedroom home outside of Charleston. Panoramic sliding doors extend the living room to a covered patio overlooking a pristine pool and spa with the Atlantic beyond. Interior details include Venetian plaster walls, Murano glass chandeliers, and a majestic curved staircase.   

Mitchell South Dakota House

South Dakota: $3.5 million


Rule the prairie from this 10,000-square-foot home overlooking a winding creek. The 8 acres include a private pond, a putting green, two heated patios, fountains, and four-car garage and shed big enough for boats, four-wheelers, or other "toys." The coolest feature inside? A retractable roof over the great room.

Franklin House
Houston House

Texas: $34.5 million


That whole everything's-bigger-in-Texas trope rings true when it comes to this 17,000-square-foot home (er, villa) squeezed onto 4.5 acres in Houston. Highlights include a separate caretaker's residence, a guest apartment, a tennis court, and a garden atrium with a pool and fountains.

Springville Mansion

Utah: $48 million


If you want the biggest possible house on the largest possible lot, take a look at this estate near Provo. "Spacious" might be an understatement: The 17,000-square-foot house sits on nearly 4,000 acres and has a European flair that's evident in the grand foyer with a massive chandelier and double staircase. Interior highlights include a cavernous master shower, a theater room, a bar, an exercise room, and an indoor pool and spa.

Stowe House

Vermont: $15 million


Close to Stowe's famous ski slopes, this 15,000-square foot home is set on more than 110 acres rolling acres with a pond, barns, and trails. Inside, take a dip in the pool, pick a bottle from the circular wine cellar, relax by the fireplaces, and admire high-end finishes that include suede wall coverings.

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Alexandria House
Bright MLS

Virginia: $60 million


This graceful 16,000-square-foot estate sits on 16.5 acres once owned by none other than George Washington as part of his original Mount Vernon estate. The property has terraces overlooking the Potomac, a dock, a three-bedroom guesthouse, a carriage-house garage with its own apartment, and colonial gardens based on old blueprints of the property. Inside, there's a gaming room with a full bar, a resistance pool, a spa, a steam room, a sauna, and a movie theater.

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Lake Washington House

Washington: $22.5 million


The Seattle area isn't exactly known for its cheap real estate, and this four-bedroom custom villa on Lake Washington certainly bears that out. Granted, you will also get 100 feet of waterfront,  formal gardens, a dock, a theater, a gym, a wine cellar, and lovely lake views, all just a stone's throw from downtown.

Summersville House
Bright MLS

West Virginia: $19.5 million


West Virginia isn't usually known for high-priced real estate, but this eye-popping home smack in the middle of the state is certainly an exception to the rule. It overlooks 110 acres and is close to some of the nation's best whitewater rafting. There's a terrace with a salt-water infinity pool, an outdoor kitchen, a hot tub and gym, two offices, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, a separate guest suite, and much more.

Geneva House

Wisconsin: $21 million


This Mediterranean villa may be in Wisconsin, but it certainly brings Spanish flavor to the Midwest. Dating back to 1906, it has more than 12,000 square feet under its red-tiled roof and sits on 20 acres with 500 feet of waterfront. The grounds include a pool, two piers, and much more. Inside, elegant stucco rooms include arched doorways and ornate molding.

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Jackson House

Wyoming: $13.9 million


With stunning views in all directions, this five-bedroom contemporary is distinct in just about every way, from the angles to the grassy roof. Drink in the mountain vistas from most every room, or cozy up by the double-sided fireplace. There's also a sauna, a hot tub, a gym, and a kitchen outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances.

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