The Most Expensive Houses on the Market Right Now
From Los Angeles to Honolulu, you're going to want to bid on these gorgeous homes.
Looking for your next luxurious home? The most expensive houses on the market have a lot to offer. Want an in-building sauna? This penthouse in New York City has one. What about a gorgeous library with huge windows to read under? Check out the home in Washington D.C., which also has a wine cellar and gated garden. Or maybe you want to be directly on the beach. The multi-level home in Hawaii offers open terraces that look directly out onto white-sand beaches — and it has five bathrooms and four bedrooms, for only $22,000,000.
Check out what else the most expensive houses on the market have to offer:
This gorgeous manor house, built in 1988 by Aaron & Candy Spelling, is one of the grandest private residences in the world. The property sits on nearly five acres of rare flat land that borders the LA Country Club. The home is larger than the White House at 56,000-square-feet and has a fountain and space for 100 cars in the winding driveway. There are 30 foot ceilings, seven bedrooms, a grand formal living room, projection room, bar, family room, library, office, service wing, wine cellar, tasting room, catering kitchen, gym, and fully equipped beauty salon. Don’t forget about the pool and gorgeous gardens. You literally never need to leave the house.
Square feet: 14, 539
You can own the top two floors of the world’s first Art Deco skyscraper and one of New York City’s largest private residences. The penthouse spreads over 14,500-square-feet and has one of the largest living rooms in New York City, measuring almost 100-feet long by over 30-feet wide. Imagine what you can do with all that space. The 21-foot ceilings and arched windows give you an amazing view of the New York City skyline, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River. There is a professional kitchen, wet bar, dining area, wine room, butler’s pantry, dual-sided gas fireplace and can accommodate one to seven bedrooms, depending on your style. The building includes two swimming pools, a playroom, fitness center including steam room and sauna, media lounge, music practice rooms, lounge and bar, wine storage and tasting room, bike and private storage and four sprawling terraces.
Square feet: 3,500
This three-bedroom, four-bathroom home at the Mandarin offers sweeping views and is one of the most coveted addresses in Boston’s Back Bay. It is a front-to-back unit and has an open floor plan. The residence was designed by world-renowned interior designer William Hodgins. It has two parking spaces and sophisticated amenities.
Square feet: 3,600
This state-of-the-art home was built by Nova Designs + Builds. It has five bedrooms, four full baths and two powder rooms. There is a Sky media room with massive large view desks (one has the possibility of a hot tub installation), a family room with access to a large yard, three car garage, elevator to all levels and is solar ready. Be sure to check out the amazing views of the water and bridges throughout the whole place.
Square feet: 12,000
This gorgeous home has multiple terraces, a swimming pool, a two bedroom, three bathroom pool house with a kitchen and a spa, and a stunning gated rear garden. The eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom main house has his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms, a gorgeous library and living room, a wine cellar, and huge kitchen. There are two oversized garages, and the home is located in Wesley Heights.
Square feet: 4,829
Want to live basically on the beach? You got it. This elegant multi-level contemporary oceanfront home near Doris Duke’s Shangri La Estate has open terraces that offer stunning views of Hawaii’s coconut lined white sand beaches and sunsets. The home has been featured in both Forbes Magazine and Architectural Digest. There is private beach access and you can easily walk to shopping and restaurants.
Square feet: 8,000
This huge home, designed by BGD&C offers six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two half baths was built recently, in 2013. It takes up three oversized city lots totaling 90 x 130 feet. There is a 39-foot terrace and grilling off the great room, a huge lawn, formal garden and patio, and lush trees offer plenty of privacy. The home has two levels that contain a chef’s kitchen, casual dining, family-sized great room, and four private family en-suite bedrooms. The master suite has a sitting room, white marble bath and walk-in closets. There is a wine room, rec room, office and two storage rooms as well.