Revealed: 25 Most Expensive Homes in 2017 so far
Wow! The countries most expensive homes list has been revealed and you won’t BELIEVE how much the most expensive one costs! The prices range from $78 million to a whopping $250 million. This has blown last year’s most expensive home out of the water which was at $150 million and didn’t even sell.
A list of the 25 most expensive homes in America has been released, and the prices range from $78million to a staggering $250million.
This year’s most expensive lot blows previous prices out of the water, as the most expensive home listed in 2016 was a mere $150 million, but it did not sell.
The heftiest sale of a home went to none other than Hugh Hefner last year, who sold his Playboy Mansion to a neighbor for $100 million, on the condition that he be able to live there for the rest of his life, Architectural Digest reported. It was also the most expensive home sale in the history of the city of Los Angeles.
Housing prices steadily rose over the year, with New York and San Francisco charting easily as the most expensive places to live in the United States in 2016.
The average cost of a home in San Francisco in 2016 was $810,200 and in New York it was $385,900, according to the Economist.
This year’s list of chart-topping mansions, published by Curbed, shows the the top 25 homes range from $78million to $250 million in 2017, sprawled across the most extravagant cities in the nation.
Bel Air Spec Manor is the most expensive home that has ever been listed in the United States at a staggering $250million
The 380,000 square foot mansion was created by a luxury developer and tops Curbs list of the 25 most expensive homes
The Bel Air Spec Manor is listed at a jaw-dropping $250 million. It is 380,000 square feet and is the most expensive home that has ever been listed in the United States.
It was created by luxury developer Bruce Makowsky and includes a James-Bond themed movie theater and four-lane bowling alley.
The Manor at Holmby Hills is a vast property with 122 rooms, previously home to TV producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy in 1988, it is priced at $200 million
The Manor at Holmby Hills in Los Angeles is listed at a cool $200 million and was built for TV producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy in 1988. Via dailymail.co.uk