This brave new year may very well be underway, but there’s still time to take a look back at the year that was – 2015. With that in mind, we thought we’d take a look at some of the most expensive homes that sold in the United States last year!
For starters, let’s get one thing clear. In order to even rate on this list, the home must have sold for $20 million or more… So, you can rest assured that these are some truly expensive and extremely luxurious homes! But, here’s the great thing. They’re not all concentrated in one place in the United States. Instead, you’re going to find homes with a variety of different zip codes, from the ultra exclusive areas of Long Island to the hot bed of sunshine Southern California.
If you’ve got a yen for checking out the homes of the rich and powerful, then you’ve absolutely got to see these most expensive homes sold in the United States. And, you just might learn a thing or two about your favorite celebrities, because some of these homes once belonged (or now currently belong) to a few of them!
10. Great Neck Expense ($19.9 million)
Sold recently for just under $20 million, this beautiful mansion on Long Island is an example of why so many would love to live there.
It features eight bedrooms, even more bathrooms, and has several hundred feet of beach to call its own.
9. Greenwich Village Brownstone ($20 million)
It’s getting harder and harder to afford to live in New York City, and this beautiful brownstone is an example of why.
Situated in the art of Greenwich Village, the artistic center of the city, this property recently sold for well into the eight figures.
8. Golden Beach Florida Whites ($21 million)
In a place where oceanfront property is hard to come by, this home enjoys 100 feet of exclusive beach.
But, the home itself, which was sold in October, is a real stunner too, with its intricate white alabaster detail.
7. Smelling the Roses in Montecito ($21.5 million)
The grounds of this expensive mansion in Montecito are simply impeccable, and must be relaxing to traverse and behold.
But, for the homeowner with a green thumb, there’s a beautiful and formal rose garden to be enjoyed, too!