The Vanderbilt heirs are officially out, and an archivist posted a series of photographs documenting their former third-floor home at the Gilded Age mansion on Instagram today.
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The Upper East Side doesn't even make the top 15.
The most over-the-top properties around the world.
Called the "Norman Lykes House," it's a futuristic mountainside enclave.
You’ll just need to fork over $10,500 a night.
Bridal party paradise!
The King of Pop was well-known for his lavish taste in properties, and this one is no exception.
Own a piece of architectural history.
The $11.5 million New York City property is a work of art — and now it can be yours.
It was the world-famous ballerina's home during the 50s and 60s.
We're talking a wood-burning fireplace, a dressing room, *and* wraparound terrace.
Take a look inside her Bel Air home.
The 7-bedroom abode just hit the market for $14.5 million.
The dramatic decor definitely matched this next-level dramatic show!
Wait until you see the chandelier!
But it's a swanky Central Park apartment in a luxury hotel.
Used to have a little now she has A LOT.
The 1900 home is just $195,000.
Our lips are not sealed. Everyone needs to know about this place.
With tennis courts, swimming pools, and a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf hole, the Thimble Islands are as fancy as private islands get.
Your dream of moving into a five-star hotel is about to become a reality.
The ornate wonder could be yours for $12.5 million.
The good life, indeed.
The 42-acre Hamptons compound, originally built for the Ford family, is on the market for $175 million.
Live on a romantic castle in the countryside.
Petra Island, on a lake 55 miles north of New York City, is an architectural gem.
It's colorful, sunny, and basically the NYC apartment that dreams are made of.
If you've got a spare $3.5 million, it could be yours.