To start off the New Year in style, Homes.com has rounded up the top five most expensive homes listed in 2013.
SAGAPONACK, NEW YORK
Our fifth most expensive home rests in Sagaponack on a whopping 33 acres of land. Rounding up the list at $55,000,000, this property features 8 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, a grand limestone entry gallery, high ceilings, 6 fireplaces, a mahogany wood library, and multiple decks with waterfront. That’s just on the main property: this home also has an additional 19 acres of protected land where you can enjoy looking at the ocean views and natural wildlife.
Built in 1989, this architecturally “different” looking Malibu home has 6 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, and sits on 160 feet of beachfront property. What’s not to love about this $57,500,000 home? With an elevator, a spa, a pool, and tennis court, this home is perfect for entertaining family and friends.
CARMEL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA
If you like waking up every morning in the middle of the Carmel Valley Mountains, then you will love our third most expensive property, listed at $59,950,000 in the California country. This historic ranch encompasses 14,000 acres of land, which is perfect for herding cattle, horseback riding, and maintaining a farm. Built in 1984, this property has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and even a private air strip!
Coming in second, at $62,000,000, is “The Most Magnificent Waterfront Estate on the Connecticut Gold Coast.” Built in 1923, this 20.06 acre property in Fairfield, Connecticut has an “Elizabethan Renaissance” style with lavish stone staircases and gothic-style furniture. The home includes 10 bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms, a 6-Car Garage, a 5 bedroom guest house, a recreational barn with stables, a pool, and a tennis court. With all of these amenities, who would ever want to leave this home?
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
For $75,000,000, you could own this breathtaking property that sits on 7 acres of California land! Built in 1970, this L.A. home has 10 bedrooms and 12.5 bathrooms; which are enough for you to host your entire family for an extended vacation. Fun fact: This property is one of the last designed by world-renowned architect Wallace Neff. This home also has a tennis court, pool, and a four car garage on the property.
If you can’t get enough of these lavish homes, be sure to visit the Celebrity Real Estate section in the Homes.com Idea Gallery. Which home is your favorite?