Having a nice home is a wish all of us have. But these houses are not just nice. From a Texas ranch to a house in the South of France, here you can find a selection of the 10 most expensive home listings currently on the market. The properties listed in this amazing selection are mostly from the U.S, due to the fact that the largest concentration of high-end homes happens to be in this country.
Stonewall Farm – Westchester County, New York
Set on 740 acres of land, Stonewall Farm is the largest privately owned property in its County and includes fruit orchards, rolling hills, and ancient stone walls. Featuring a racetrack, riding trails, two 24-stall barns, and round pens this estate is one of the most expensive homes in New York. With eight bedrooms and bathrooms, and measures at 24,000 square feet, Stonewall Farm also offers a 4,000 square foot pool house with a 60-foot-long swimming pool, a spa, and a gym. The asking price is $100 million.
Green Gables – Silicon Valley, California
Built in 1911 by Banker Mortimer Fleishhacker, Green Gables still offers the original glamour that remains unchanged still today. With 74-acre this fantastic estate offers seven different homes, including a 10,000-square-foot main home overlooking the landscape and Santa Cruz Mountains. This home is surely one of the most expensive homes due to its incredible features such as a tennis court, three swimming pools, produce garden, artist’s studio, fruit orchards, and exquisitely landscaped gardens. The property is composed of a total of 32 bedrooms and 26 bathrooms. The asking price is $135 million.
Le Palais Venitien – Cannes, France
Seating on more than six acres of land and overlooking Cannes and the Mediterranean, Le Palais Venitien features a tennis court, a lake, terraced ground, and a large pool. Notable for its fantastic towering columns, the 30,000-square-foot main house also features intricate moldings. With a sauna, a movie theater, a gym, and a wine cellar fully stocked, this property is one of the most expensive homes and is composed of 12 bathrooms and 9 bedrooms. The asking price is $145.9 million.
The Pinnacle, The Woolworth Tower Residences – New York City
A one-of-a-kind five-floor residence, The Pinnacle is located in Manhattan. When completed, in 1913, this building was the tallest structure in the world. With 360-degree views, up to 24-foot-tall ceilings, and an in-residence private elevator, buyers can customize each residence. Including a studio, a wine cellar, and a gym, this property is surely one of the most expensive homes out there. The asking price is $79 million.
Mesa Vista Ranch – Pampa, Texas
Located in the Eastern Texas Panhandle, Mesa Vista Ranch sets on 64,000 acres of unspoiled land and it features multiple structures. A 25,000 square feet main lodge has a giant living room with two fireplaces, a master bedroom and bathroom, a wine cellar, a library, and a movie theater. With five bedrooms and bathrooms, there is also an additional 6,000-square-foot home that features a smaller guest house, chapel, and a game room and gym. A dog kennel, airport, and hangar, and landscape replete with wildlife are more amazing features of this residence that is one of the most expensive homes out there. The asking price is $220 million.
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Willow Creek Estancia – Santa Fe, California
Set on more than 77 acres of land Willow Creek Estancia is the perfect home for horse-riding lovers since it offers numerous facilities for horses, such as a grand Prix field, a 27-stall barn, and private riding trails. The property is composed of six bedrooms, a wine cellar, a cowboy-themed billiards room, and a master suite with an office and exercise room. Including a two-bedroom guest home, a building called the recreation pavilion with a bowling alley and arcade, this property is one of the most expensive homes in the market and its asking price is $98.5 million.
El Rancho Tajiguas – Santa Barbara, California
A sustainable property comprising two villas, El Rancho Tajiguas is located on the Gaviota Coast and is one of the most expensive homes in the world. With 10,300 square feet, Villa Della Costa has heated floors, five bedrooms, a swimming pool, a pool cabana, a guest house, a wine cellar, and a movie theater. Villa Del Mare, the other villa that composes the property, also has five bedrooms, a swimming pool, a movie theater, a wine cellar, and a guest house. The asking price is $110 million.
Mar de Amor – Malibu, California
A modern home that’s nearly 11,000 square feet in size, Mar de Amor is considered one of the most expensive homes currently on the market. With 12 bedrooms, the property overviews the ocean and coastline from floor-to-ceiling windows. The aesthetic is California chic, due to the white walls and white marble floors. With several decks and patios, the exterior area has an infinity pool and lush gardens. The asking price is $115 million.
Denham Place – Buckinghamshire, England
With a long history that dates back to 1688, Denham Place is located right outside of London. With 28,000-square-foot, the property is one of the most expensive homes in the market and features oak paneling, frescoes, and gold accents. A banquet hall, formal dining room, bar, lounge, and master bedroom, are more characteristics of this exquisite property that evokes a Versailles flair. The construction also features a coach house with nine bedrooms, two cottages, and a scenic landscape with a walled garden, lake, flower beds, and woodlands. The asking price is $104 million.
Luxury Penthouse – Paris, France
In Paris, the city of lights and the home of the iconic design is nestled a luxurious and eclectic 1450 square feet apartment. A multimillion-dollar penthouse that reflects the love for collectible design and the need to have a functional space for work and to be inspired at the same time. Luxury Penthouse features a lot of gold brass details that shine throughout the apartment. Without any price attached to it, this property would be, for sure, one of the most expensive homes in the world.