Here Is the Most Expensive Home for Sale in Each State + The District of Columbia

While PropertyShark has a tradition of writing about the most expensive homes for sale by state, we have never before done a nationwide list that includes all fifty states and D.C. For the first time ever, we analyzed active listings from the entire U.S. in order to identify each state’s most expensive home for sale right now.

The most luxurious of high-end properties, these homes range between $3.5 million and a whopping $500 million and offer everything from chef’s kitchens and infinity pools to historic ruins and big-game hunting. Private ballrooms, collector’s garages, elaborate gardens, equestrian facilities and even an in-home nightclub complete with VIP lounge are also showcased. Signed by starchitects like Frank Lloyd Wright and Paul McClean, and featuring everything from gold leaf and imported Italian marble, to state-of-the-art tech and resort-grade amenities, these homes beckon to the richest of the rich.

There are feats of modern engineering like Nevada’s Crystal Pointe with its two glass funiculars and grand homes of days past, like Connecticut’s $120 million Great Island. Buyers with deep pockets can also buy iconic pieces of the American West like Colorado’s 7,000-acre West Creek Ranch, or exotic retreats like Hawaii’s $70 million wonderland of ocean, mountains and lush gardens. And then there’s California’s $500 million The One, a 105,000-square-foot ode to ultra-luxurious living, that also ranks as the #1 most expensive home for sale in the U.S. right now.

Hover your cursor over our interactive map and scroll to the end to check out the full list of the most expensive home for sale in each state plus the District of Columbia.

10. ILLINOIS: $50,000,000

1932 North Burling StreetChicago

1932 North Burling © Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty

Located on Chicago’s famed North Shore, just outside the RANCH Triangle, this stately home offers 25,000 square feet of luxurious living. Built in 2010, the lushly landscaped grounds take up more than eight city blocks with mature trees, formal gardens, a reflective pool and an antique pavilion. Entertaining areas abound both indoors and outdoors and include a grand formal foyer, formal living and dining rooms, an oversized terrace with al fresco dining and lounge areas. Large-scale events and intimate family dinners are serviced by the built-in gourmet kitchen and full wet bar.

9. VIRGINIA: $62,950,000

The FallsMcLean

Considering that its guesthouse was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, it should come as no surprise that The Falls is the most expensive home to ever be listed in the D.C area. Built for James V. Kimsey, the late co-founder of AOL, the 3.2-acre estate is the only property along the Potomac with a direct view of Great Falls. The main residence totals more than 48,000 square feet complete with a 3D in-home theater, elevator, gourmet and catering kitchens, and a bevy of fireplaces. There’s also a mahogany library with expansive views of the Potomac River and a wet bar, and interiors signed by star designer Thomas Pheasant.

The master suite is in a league of its own with the oversized walk-in closet, study, private service kitchen, gym, two full baths, jacuzzi, dry sauna and massage room. Outdoor amenities include an infinity pool and hot tub with expansive river and nature views, a large terrace, regulation-size tennis court complete with pavilion and ample gardens. The luxurious estate also boasts a 30-car underground garage, carriage house and staff residences.

8. MASSACHUSETTS: $69,000,0000

150 Woodland RoadChestnut Hill

150 Woodland Road © Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Less than 8 miles from downtown Boston and less than 2 miles from Boston College, Woodland Manor is a 14-acre wonderland of landscaped gardens, mature trees, rolling lawns and water features. Nestled between Brookline Country Club and Putterham Meadows Country Club, the 26,000 square-foot residence enjoys stunning vistas and tranquility, perfect for both large scale entertaining and quiet family life.

The 8-bed, 7-bath mansion comes with generous entertaining areas, including a sizeable deck that overlooks the green surroundings, perfect for outdoor events. Among its many luxurious features are the gourmet kitchen, multi-story grand foyer, fireplaces, 4-car garage, 1/3-mile driveway and circular motor court.

7. HAWAII: $70,000,000

2676-E Kauapea Road, Kilauea

2676 E Kauapea Road ©

Basking in views of the ocean, skies, volcanic mountains and the historic Kilauea Lighthouse, this 15-acre estate is the ultimate exotic retreat. The 6-bed estate features two guest pavilions, a 2-bed caretaker’s home and a 10,000-square-foot main residence complete with 8,000+ square feet of outdoor living space. Expansive lanais and decks offer ample lounging and entertaining space serviced by a gourmet kitchen and full bar.

You can enjoy Hawaii’s balmy weather beside the 1,600-square-foot infinity pool and hot tub, stroll down to one of the best beaches in the world, stretched out just below the bluff, or tee off in Princeville. The estate includes a working farm complete with coconut and citrus trees, providing a rich supply for the oversized gourmet kitchen. There is also an in-home theater, full-service fitness center and walk-in closet.

6. NEVADA: $75,000,000

300 State Route 28, Crystal Bay

300 State Route 28 ©

Up for sale for the first time ever, this 5-acre estate on Lake Tahoe’s shores takes maximum advantage of its enviable location. Dubbed Crystal Pointe, the 8-bedroom estate boasts 525 feet of private water frontage, two glass funiculars for unparalleled views, a hot tub overlooking the water and mountain vistas, a 32-foot seasonal boat barge, a terraced beach, and a fabulous beach house built in 2016.

The grounds border Forest Service lands, ensuring complete privacy, while waterfalls, ponds, landscaped gardens, terraces and decks create ample space to enjoy Lake Tahoe in luxury. Totaling more than 16,000 square feet of living space, Crystal Pointe is the ultimate entertainer’s home, featuring 13 fireplaces, a 10-seat in-home theater, 1,600-bottle wine cellar, two elevators and an attached guest house. The property also boasts a 4-car oversized garage with spacious caretaker’s residence atop.

5. CONNECTICUT: $120,000,000

19 Great Island Road, Darien

19 Great Island Road ©

On the market for the first time in more than 100 years, this 63-acre island retreat is the ultimate equestrian estate. Known as Great Island, the estate showcases more than one mile of private Long Island Sound water frontage complete with dramatic rocky coastline, sandy beaches, a deep-water dock capable of accommodating a 100-foot yacht, a bath house and a rustic beach house.

Mature trees dot the winding driveway that leads to the main residence, a 19th century farmhouse with 9 bedrooms, a ballroom, statement fireplaces and stunning views of the water. Visitors can unwind in luxurious privacy in the guest house or seaside cottage. The compound showcases world class equestrian facilities that include an 18-stall granite stable, indoor and outdoor dressage and Grand Prix arenas, polo grounds and fenced-in pastures.

4. COLORADO: $149,000.0000

West Creek Ranch, Gateway

At almost 7,000 acres, West Creek Ranch is in a category of its own. An authentic piece of the American West, the estate is home to bears, bison, mountain lions and, also features equestrian facilities. Close to world-class resorts and a private airport, the 14-bed mansion also boasts its own helipad and grass airstrip, as well as a host of luxurious amenities, including a private astronomical observatory, art studio, guest house, as well as a cabin.

The main residence itself offers 22,000 square feet of living space that includes a two-story stone library, in-home theater, fitness center, chef’s kitchen, oversized study, game lounge, pool and spa. There’s an elevator, as well as a 5-car garage, water fountains, large formal entertaining areas and staff residences. The estate also showcases the ruins of the historic Driggs Mansion and real dinosaur footprints, as well as ample fishing and hunting opportunities.

3. FLORIDA: $159,000,000

935 & 939 Hillsboro Miles, Hillsboro Beach

Offering nearly 30,000 square feet of ultra-luxurious interior living space – complete with 22-karat gold leafing – Playa Vista Isle is set to be sold at auction in Mid-November. Completed in 2018, the 11-bed compound offers 4.4 acres of prime Florida Gold Coast real estate, right between Miami and Palm Beach. Moreover, the sprawling estate also boasts two deep-water docks capable of accommodating 220-foot yachts.

With more than 500 feet of private beachfront, Playa Vista Isle enjoys both ocean and intracoastal waters. High-priced amenities include a bowling alley, a billiards room, an in-home theater, a wine cellar and a wet bar course. There’s also a library, outdoor pool, spa, fitness center, outdoor kitchen, elevator, an oversized garage, staff and guest quarters, not to mention the landscaped gardens and ample entertaining space.

2. NEW YORK: $175,000,000

90 Jule Pond Drive, Water Mill

90 Jule Pond © Bespoke Real Estate

Although New York features dozens of luxury neighborhoods, it should come as no surprise that the Empire State’s prizewinner is located in the Hamptons, which are in a league of their own. Known as Jule Pond, this 42+ acre oceanfront estate in the Town of Southhampton was once part of the Ford family’s sprawling Fordune compound.

Jule Pond boasts the longest ocean frontage in the Hamptons, at 1,300 feet. Resort-grade amenities include a 60-foot pool, spa, tennis and basketball courts, and an outdoor kitchen. The extensive grounds feature exquisite landscaping, including a potager for the chef and a Zen meditation garden. The trophy estate showcases the Fords’ original greenhouse, a 3-bedroom carriage house and a 6-car garage. But of course, it’s all about the 20,000-square-foot main residence, with its 12 bedrooms, the imported octagonal reception room, 48-foot living room, a game lounge, imposing library, and a 560-square-foot kitchen.

1. CALIFORNIA: $500,000,000

The One, Los Angeles

Dubbed The One, this 105,000-square-foot mega-mansion atop Bel Air is, by a wide margin, the most expensive home for sale nationwide. Created by celebrity real estate developer Nile Niami, the fortress rising above Bel Air took six years to complete and is unlikely to be rivaled in size by any new projects, considering L.A.’s updated building regulations.

Built for billionaires, the glass and marble creation boasts 20 bedrooms, four swimming pools, an in-home theater, four-lane bowling alley, a private nightclub complete with VIP room, 30-car garage, actual moats and even jellyfish aquariums as ceilings. Designed by Paul McClean, The One is twice the size of the White House and features 360-degree views, unrivaled by any private residence in the L.A. area.


1CaliforniaThe One, Los Angeles, CA$500,000,000
2New York90 Jule Pond Drive, Water Mill, NY 11976$175,000,000
3Florida935 & 939 Hillsboro Miles, Hillsboro Beach, FL 33062$159,000,000
4ColoradoWest Creek Ranch, Gateway, CO 81522$149,000,000
5Connecticut19 Great Island Road, Darien, CT 06820$120,000,000
6Nevada300 State Route 28, Crystal Bay, NV 89402$75,000,000
7Hawaii2676-E Kauapea Road, Kilauea, HI 96754$70,000,000
8Massachusetts150 Woodland Road, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467$69,000,000
9VirginiaThe Falls, McLean, VA 22101$62,950,000
10Illinois1932 North Burling Street, Chicago, IL 60614$50,000,000
11New Jersey(Undisclosed Address), Mahwah, New Jersey, 07430$48,000,000
12Washington(Undisclosed Address), Hunts Point, WA 98004$45,000,000
13Rhode Island339 Ocean Avenue, Newport, RI 02840$43,500,000
14Texas21650 F M Road # 1431, Lago Vista, TX 78645 $43,000,000
15WyomingStones Throw Estate, Wilson, WY$39,900,000
16Montana200 Star Meadows Road, Whitefish, MT 59937$33,000,000
17Utah4343 E Weber Canyon Road, Oakley, UT 84055$30,000,000
18Indiana5501 W Hamilton Road S, Fort Wayne, IN 46814$30,000,000
19Michigan20638 E River Road, Grosse Ile, MI 48138$29,000,000
20Maryland9 Chevy Chase Circle, Chevy Chase, MD 20815$25,900,000
21Georgia4110 Paces Ferry Road Nw, Atlanta, GA 30327$25,000,000
22Kentucky25 Anderson Trail N, Whitesville, KY 42378$25,000,000
23Oregon16400 Jordan Road, Sisters, OR 97759$24,000,000
24Arizona7046 N 59th Place, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253$22,880,000
25Pennsylvania7111 Sheaff Lane, Fort Washington, PA 19034$22,000,000
26Idaho125 Sheep Meadow Lane, Ketchum, ID 83340$20,000,000
27South Carolina133 Flyway Drive, Johns Island, SC 29455$19,999,999
28District Of Columbia1617 29th Street NW, Washington, DC 20007$18,750,000
29Tennessee1358 Page Road, Nashville, TN 37205$17,999,999
30New Hampshire142-144 Hopewell Road, Alton, NH 03809$17,800,000
31Minnesota3770 Northome Road, Wayzata, MN 55391$15,795,000
32Maine145 Eden, Bar Harbor, ME 04609$15,500,000
33Missouri1812 Highway 42, Brumley, MO 65017$15,000,000
34Wisconsin590 S Lake Shore Drive, Lake Geneva, WI 53147$14,500,000
35Ohio545 Bristol Drive, Aurora, OH 44202$14,250,000
36New Mexico117 Tesuque Ridge, Santa Fe, NM 87501$13,650,000
37West Virginia230 Quarry Ridge East, Charleston, WV 25304$13,000,000
38Delaware10 Pyles Ford Road, Wilmington, DE 19807$12,000,000
39North Carolina710 Shoals Watch, Bald Head Island, NC 28461$11,990,000
40Alabama6 Greenbriar Ridge, Birmingham, AL 35242$11,900,000
41Arkansas9221 Moody Road, Fort Smith, AR 72903$10,900,000
42Louisiana 620 Ursulines Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70116$9,250,000
43Vermont1959 Cox District Road, Woodstock, VT 05091$9250000
44Mississippi1010 Hanna Road, Vicksburg, MS 39180$7,990,000
45Kansas6544 Wenonga Circle, Mission Hills, KS 66208$7,950,000
46Oklahoma4717 E 118th Street, Tulsa, OK 74137$6,750,000
47Alaska8630 S Tongass Highway, Ketchikan, AK 99901$3,900,000
48South Dakota933 Spyglass Circle, North Sioux City, SD 57049$3,900,000
49Nebraska5505 N 230th St, Elkhorn, NE 68022$3,750,000
50North Dakota130th Road NW, Williston, ND 58801$3,650,000
51Iowa13286 NE 56th Street, Elkhart, IA 50073$3,500,000



In order to determine which was the most expensive homes for sale in each state and D.C., we looked at all residential properties listed for sale, taking into account condo, co-op, and single- and two-family homes. All package deals were excluded.

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Eliza Theiss

Eliza Theiss

Eliza Theiss is a senior writer reporting real estate trends in the US. Her work has been cited by CBS News, Curbed, The Los Angeles Times, and Forbes among others. With an academic background in journalism, Eliza has been covering real estate since 2012. Before joining PropertyShark, Eliza was an associate editor at Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive. Eliza writes for both PropertyShark and CommercialEdge. Reach her at [email protected]

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