50 of the Most Expensive Homes in Each State


In Chestnut Hill, $90 million will get you a 26,000-square foot house on 14 acres between Brookline Country Club and Putterham Meadows Golf Course. Indiana limestone gives the house a distinct look.Discover a better way for storing everything in your garage like golf clubs and why the mudroom should house your childrens’ sports bags.



Financier Louis G. Kaufman built this monumental home in the 1920s with pine brought in from Oregon by rail. It holds 23 bedrooms, 13 baths and covers 30,000 square feet. It also comes with a $30 million price tag. The 60-foot stone fireplace is made of stones Kaufman’s wife hand selected out of Lake Superior and the 18-foot mantle comes from a sunken ship. The 415-acre site is also on the National Register of Historic Places.Take care of a little stonework of your own at home with a raised garden bed or install some stone veneer.



Stop waiting for others on the tee and pick up this $11.9 million house west of Minneapolis. The four-bedroom, six-bath house comes with a three-hole golf course on Lake Minnetonka.Even if you don’t live on a lake, a boardwalk is an attractive backyard feature. If you just want to enjoy the outdoors, check out some of our favorite outdoor projects.



Stretch out on 1,250 acres in Vicksburg, Mississippi and cool off on a 55-acre lake. A unique five-bedroom, four-bath home like this include some amazing woodwork inside like using tree trunks as supports. Throw down $8.5 million and you can explore the backwoods of Warren County.Get that boat ready for summer and make sure your trailer is working properly.



An equestrian’s dream that features 68 acres and a polo field, this property in St. Louis includes multiple pastures, a caretaker house and barns. The house is just a five bedroom, five bathroom setup with 4,350 square feet though.Get another kind of horse — your sawhorse — in shape with some brilliant tips or pack your sawhorse for travel.



For $33 million you get 1,900 acres, a 33,000-square foot house and plenty of privacy. This home sits next to a national forest and has two guest log cabins. All told, there are 17 bedrooms and 19 baths.With a house that big it’s going to be tough to keep the dust down but we’ve got a dust-busting solution.



It’s a just a four bedroom home but it sits on 50 acres and provides a perfect view of the Elkhorn River outside of Omaha. It’s 10,572 square feet and has a mother-in-law suite, all for the price of $4.995 million.Make sure you’re windows are crystal clear with some tips from the pros so you can enjoy your view and how to get rid of window condensation when it’s blocking your view.



Overlooking Lake Tahoe, this expansive home comes with 525 feet of lakeshore and 16,232 total square feet of living space. In addition to the main residence, there is a guest house and a beach house. For $75 million you can explore the 1,687-bottle wine cellar or the eight bedrooms and 11 baths.Check out some incredible wine cellars found in castles across the world.



Check out a lake view like no other in New Hampshire with this property. It’s actually three lots with the main home built in 2003 along 733 feet of shoreline with a mountain view. It’s a nearly 9.5-acre estate that includes a boat house. Combined with the house next to it, the property can be bought for $19.8 million.Find out other things around the house that aren’t as they appear.



A 12-bedroom, 19-bath, 30,000-square sprouted up in 2011 on the former property of Henry Clay Frick II, grandson of the industrialist of the same name. It has remained at or near the top of the list as New Jersey’s most expensive homes since its completion. Among the amenities: a full-court basketball court, a 4,000-bottle wine cellar, tennis court, 65-foot saltwater pool and a fitness center, all priced to move at $39.9 million. Don’t have buyer’s remorse after purchasing a home, find out what people regret not doing during the search for a new home.



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