Here are the most expensive homes in the most expensive towns in America

Where do the richest people in America live? We couldn’t think of a better way to learn than by taking Bloomberg’s newly released list of the richest towns in America, and finding the most expensive listings in the 10 most expensive towns. Say, your big fishes in a big pond.

Of course the most depressing finding is that with a few exceptions (here’s looking at you #7 and #9), most of these homes are actually a pretty good value by New York City standards. $10 million for 13,800 square feet of space? A bargain!

New York City was not included anywhere on the list, however, because wonder of wonders, in addition to having the highest concentration of billionaires in the world, there are also a good number of lower-income people here as well. We guess the city is more balanced than we thought.

(Note: All of our housing data comes from Zillow)

1) Atherton, California /Average Household Income: $444,374

Most Expensive Listing: 5 Betty Lane

Price: $26,800,000

Size: 14,000 square feet; 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms

Details: The home comes with an outdoor kitchen and a pizza oven. It also has a wine cellar than can fit 1,500 bottles and a screening room with a 3D projector.

2) Cherry Hills Village, Colorado/Average Household Income: $403,532

Most Expensive Listing: 8 Cherry Hills Park Drive 

Price: $22,000,000

Size: 32,254 square feet; six bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms

Details: In addition to the main house, this property also comes with a four-bedroom guest house. It is set on 3.88 acres.

3) Scarsdale, New York/Average Household Income: $371,194

Most Expensive Listing: 28 Garden Road

Price: $10,000,000

Size: 13,800 square feet; eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms

Details: The home may look old, but it is actually a brand new build. It has a pool, a jetted tub and access to the prestigious Scarsdale school district.

4) Hillsborough, California/Average Household Income: $368,949

Most Expensive Listing: Undisclosed Address

Price: $29,850,000

Size: 16,000 square feet; 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms

Details: This beautiful home is over 100 years old, and sits on 47.4 acres of land. It has belonged to the de Guigne family since it was built, and originally it was on the market for $100 million in 2013.

5) Short Hills, New Jersey/Average Household Income: $346,819

Most Expensive Listing: 40 Montview Avenue

Price: $9,900,000

Size: Seven bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms

Details: The home comes with a 30-seat theater, a 4,000-bottle wine cellar and tennis shuffleboard courts.

6) Old Greenwich, Connecticut/Average Household Income: $341,401

Most Expensive Listing: 25 Lower Cross Road

Price: $35,000,000

Size: 8,038 square feet; seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms

Details: The home sits on 80 acres and comes with 24/7 security. There’s also a stable with 22 stalls, a pottery barn, four cottages and a pool.

7) Los Altos Hills, California/Average Household Income: $333,780

Most Expensive Listing: Undisclosed Address

Price: $88,000,000

Size: Five bedrooms, 12 bathrooms

Details: The “resort-like” estate is designed for entertaining, with guest suites, an indoor swimming pool, a massage room and a sauna.

8) Bronxville, New York/Average Income: $317,063

Most Expensive Listing: 5 Oakledge Road

Price: $13,750,000

Size: 11,000-square feet; Six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms

Details: Originally built in 1870, the home has been totally updated and now features a gym, a crafts room and amazing landscaping.

9) Darien, Connecticut/Average Household Income: $313,277

Most Expensive Listing: Great Island Road

Price: $175,000,000

Size: 13,107 square feet; 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms

Details: No, the price above is not a typo; this listing is for an entire 63-acre island, which comes with considerable equestrian facilities like a polo field and an indoor ring.

10) Winnetka, Illinois/Average Household Income: $311,902

Most Expensive Listing: 1035 Sheriden Road

Price: $13,750,000

Size: 12,500 square feet; eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms

Details: The home is located off of a lake, and comes with a private beach, a pool and a firepit.

 

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