While newly constructed home in the U.S. may be getting (slightly) smaller, the prices seem to be getting bigger. scoured the real estate market, state-by-state, to find the country's priciest homes.
Here are the five states with the most expensive homes for sale right now...
5. Connecticut: $65 Million
Located in the state's ritzy town of Greenwich, this clocks in at 8,038 square feet. Set on 80 bucolic acres, the estate is part of an exclusive gated community and offers 24-hour security.
4. Florida: $68 Million
This in Naples, Florida, set a record listing price for Collier County when it was put on the market last year. The five bedroom mansion looks out onto the Gulf of Mexico and comes with 4.8 acres of beachfront property, according to Zillow.
3. Texas: $100 Million
The asking price seems steep, but when you consider that the has its own gym, helipad, tennis court, and wine cellar, it's well worth it. The ten bedroom home was originally built in 1938, and underwent a full renovation completed in 2003.
2. New York: $140 Million
Sorry, Manhattan – New York's most expensive home is actually in East Hampton. Known as , the waterfront estate is on the National Register of Historic places and has not one, but two Peter Marino-designed residences on its grounds. Between the main house and guest house, there are a total of ten bedrooms.
1. California: $149 Million
If you've been following real estate news, you'll know that this Beverly Hills mansion was originally listed last year, and just early this month was slashed by $46 million, dropping from $195 million to the current listing of $149 million. Despite the price cut, it is still the most expensive home for sale in both California and the entire country. Amenities include, but are definitely not limited to a vineyard, movie theatre, bowling alley and disco.
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