Want to see what's on the market for the uber rich in the US...check these out.
I don’t know about you but I love to live vicariously through the lives of the rich and famous! I mean browsing through wardrobe closets filled with shoes and handbags on Instagram that are quite literally the size of my entire house is a full time sport for me. I even re-organize my own closet at least 2 times a year in hopes of feeling as fabulous as the women who own those must feel when they get dressed everyday. When we vacation I even love to explore our new locations and hunt for the biggest, most glamorous home I can find. Laugh all you want, but a girl can dream, right? So, I thought it would be fun to find the most expensive homes for sale in the US just to make you all smile and fantasize too. But seriously, if you have 175 million dollars to spend on a home I ask two things of you - #1-Please hire me as your agent! #2-Donate some $$$ to a good charity for goodness sake. I promise to do the same after your purchase-wink wink!
Here’s some of the most expensive homes on the market in the US! Wowza!
Beverly Hills, California $245,000,000
You knew Beverly Hills had to be on this list. As the celebrity you will become living in this home, I guess it’s a good thing you will have 20 bedrooms for all of your overnight guests!
Water Mill, New York $175,000,000
12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 20,000 square feet
You can literally sleep in a new room and use a different bathroom every month of the year! What Fun!
Crystal Bay, Nevada $75,000,000
8 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, 16,232 square feet
I think if I’m spending 75 Million I should have more than 8 bedrooms, no?
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts $69,000,000
8 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, 26,623 square feet
This feels like a home straight out of a movie. It’s like a mini castle- or a huge castle. I guess I need to visit to determine. BTW- the former Reebok founder used to live here.
Palm Beach, Florida $61,500,000
7 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, 29,910 square feet
For 61 Million you can be neighbors with Trump. You decide! There's a reason they call this area billionaires row too!
Amazing isn't it? If you're looking for your dream home, it doesn't need to cost 175 million or 1 million for that matter! No matter what your budget is, I'd love to help make your own dreams come true!