50 of the Most Expensive Homes in Each State


Apparently you don’t get a lot of house for $14.245 million in New Mexico. But what you do get is a ton of land. This four-bedroom, two-bath home sits on 11,708 deeded acres. There’s an additional 12,734-acre forest permit. Plenty of room to hunt elk, mule deer, turkey, bear and bobcat.Make that first house buying experience easier with these easy to follow tips.



The most expensive property in the Hamptons is on the market for $175 million. The 42-acre site abuts the Atlantic Ocean and has its beginnings with the Ford family in 1960. The Fords commissioned the estate and much of the original features remain like the ceilings, chandeliers, Italian marble fireplaces, French parquet floors and the greenhouse. The main house includes 12 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. There’s also a three-bedroom carriage house.



Beachfront property in North Carolina costs some coin and this five bedroom, six bath home in Bald Head Island is listed for $11.99 million. The 5,514-square foot home is just as lovely as the view it provides.Construct an outdoor railing like the one at this home made to last.



This place is a hunter’s paradise in Fort Ransom, North Dakota with more than 510 acres prime for deer, pheasant, turkey and coyote hunting. The house is five bedrooms, four baths and is 3,100 square feet. The property includes a Quonset hut for equipment, all for $3.95 million.Keep those deer and other pests out of the garden with a tip you haven’t heard before.



A cobble stoned driveway, a three-level master suite with a fireplace and three walk-in closets help make this seven-bedroom, 15 bath home in Ohio a masterpiece. It comes with a price tag of $14.25 million and sits on Barrington Golf Club in Aurora, Ohio.If you’ve got a sagging driveway, find out the cure.



When you’re the owner of a fishing reel company, what kind of home do you ask for? Well, Zebco founder R.D. Hull asked Tulsa architect Cecil Stanfield to build him a home shaped like a fishing reel back in 1970. It’s on the market in Catoosa, Oklahoma for $5 million. It includes a swimming pool covered by a 25-foot dome with 28 curved beams. Check out a creative way to keep your fishing reels out of the way in the garage and other ways to store awkward objects.



Live with the Cascade Mountains in the background at R&B Ranch in Sisters, Oregon. For the tidy sum of $24 million this 507.86-acre outdoor paradise can be had. It’s perfect for horse lovers with an indoor arena, racetrack and equestrian barn. The property also has four guest casitas and a guest house.Find out the 10 important things to consider before buying a house.



In Gladwyne, Pennsylvania this $21 million home provides privacy with its 32 acres of space. It was completed in 2009 with a stone exterior with limestone accents. Inside there are six bedrooms and 10 baths among the 16,528 square feet.



An iconic Atlantic coast home in Rhode Island can be had for $12.5 million. This six bedroom home with 5,000 square feet was built in 1919 and interior designer Albert Hadley designed it. Hadley also designed homes for Jacqueline Onassis, Oscar de la Renta and the Astors.Check out some other gorgeous deck designs and how to light your deck to enjoy the evening.



In the market for some oceanfront property? Then check out this nine-bedroom, nine-bath, 10,500-square foot home in Johns Island, South Carolina. Just imagine the sunsets at this home, which is listed for $22 million.Add some low-voltage outdoor lights to your backyard for a charming effect and find out what else you should add for a picture perfect backyard.

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