Fun to look at, not so fun to finance: these are some of the country's priciest homes listed on . The real estate giants rounded up the most expensive house for sale in each state, price tags reaching up to $250 million—with the mind-blowing amenities to match. From outdoor movie theaters to entire day spas, take a look at 15 of the most lavish estates in the U.S.
Currently the most expensive house in the United States, this Los Angeles compound is listed for $250,000,000. It features 12 bedrooms, 21 baths, a massage studio, wellness center, and an outdoor theater.
This mansion is far from quaint New England, boasting six bedrooms, six full baths ( four half baths!), a wine cave, and an 11-person movie theater. The price is currently set at $25,000,000.
Discover this tropical compound right between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. It offers absolute privacy, incredible beachfront views, and a garden that envelopes the entire property. Listed for $195,000,000.
In the market for a European-inspired estate? Look no further, this 6-bedroom home in Morristown, which is full of grandeur with magnificent staircases, imported sculptures, and meticulous craftsmanship throughout. Currently on the market for $39,000,000.
Situated right on Lake Geneva, this 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom, waterside property is listed for $14,500,000. Originally owned by the Wrigley family, this mansion includes nearly 20 acres of land, a guest house, numerous greenhouses, and more.
The home with the highest price tag in Oklahoma features some very unique design. Architect Cecil Stanfield was inspired by a fishing reel when creating the home in 1970. It is now going for a whopping $5,500,000.
Believe it or not, your dream beach house exists in the Alaskan town of Anchor Point. This $3,900,000 home opens out onto a private beach where you can whale watch—and land your personal sea plane, of course!
Tucked away in the quintessential New England town of Stowe, this expansive home was designed for outdoor living. The grounds hold a tennis court, miniature golf course, and a shooting range—all for a steep $12,500,000.
In Texas, big homes are a dime a dozen. The state's most expensive house on the market, however, is unbelievable, including a recreation center, guest house, and 25 acres of property—not to mention ten beds, 12 full baths, and 5 partial baths. Priced at $48,900,000.
The capital's priciest home is a very modern $11,500,000 abode in Embassy Row. Inside you'll find four gorgeous bedrooms, a wine room, screening room, and five private terraces.
With spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, this $22,000,000 home on Kiawah Island is an extravagant beach getaway. The home also features nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen, and a butler's pantry.
This seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in Santa Fe, New Mexico, was designed using traditional Pueblo-style architecture. Priced at $12,500,000.