Though the homes in some areas of the country are pricier than others, each state has one piece of real estate that tops the rest. These mansions tend to be several thousand square feet and sit on anywhere from one to several hundred acres of land. Between the gorgeous views and the long list of amazing amenities, these houses are fit for royalty. Read on to see some of the most stunning and expensive homes to hit the market in America.
At $60 million, the estimated mortgage payment for this Virginia home is what many people spend on their entire house: $207,532. That’s per month, for a 30-year mortgage term including property taxes and other expenses, and even factors in a $12 million down payment! To make that price worth the buyer’s time, builders included a gym, game room, theater, and a 3-bedroom guest house.
The waterfront property also features a pool, spa, steam room, sauna, a studio apartment, and a 4-car carriage house in addition to the 7-car garage. The 16,000 square foot estate includes 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, and plenty of terraces overlooking the 16.5-acre grounds, located in Alexandria.
This $48 million Utah estate sits on more than 3,000 acres of forests and ponds, making it ideal for a property owner who’s longing to get away from it all. The exterior features include a barn, stable, guest house, tennis court, and caretaker house.
If you’re wondering about a pool, that’s actually inside this grand home, making it usable year-round. Inside, you’ll also find a theater, media room, library, in-law suite, staff quarters, steam room, fitness center, billiards room, 7 bedrooms, and 10 bathrooms. The estimated mortgage on this Hobble Creek Canyon house is around $220,000 a month.
Set in the lush green landscape of Hanalei, you’ll find this lavish house. Priced at $22.75 million, the home features more than 8,000 square feet, 4 bedrooms, and 4.5 bathrooms. A stunning infinity pool has breathtaking views of the mountains and the ocean.
The design makes the most of the exquisite location with an outdoor kitchen, barbeque, and a garden shower, which is attached to the master suite. The lower level features a gym and den while an attached but separate building boasts two luxurious guest suites. The estimated monthly payment on this stunner is $84,397.
This $30 million Houston mansion has 8 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and more than 26,000 square feet. Sitting on a 2.33-acre lot, the home has plenty of outdoor amenities such as a pool, spa, balconies, terraces, gardens, and a guest house.
Inside you’ll find a library, fitness center, theater, screening room, in-law suite, and a 4-car garage. The home also features several fireplaces, a steam shower, hardwood floors, granite and marble countertops, and chandeliers. With a hefty down payment, the estimated monthly cost of this property is around $177,000.
Sitting at the end of Mishaum Point is one of Massachusetts’ most stunning homes. Listed at $25 million, the estimated mortgage on this 21,848-square-foot home is $117,020 a month! The 10-acre lot at the end of a peninsula features panoramic ocean views and a massive yard.
The home also includes 8 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a finished basement with walk-out access, a 6-car garage, a garden, dock, pool, and spa. If that weren’t enough, there’s also a bowling alley, an exercise room, and a generously-sized guest house.
This waterfront Florida home is priced at $24,500,000. The property is just shy of 4 acres and features more than 12,000 square feet of living space. Inside are 9 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, plus an elevator to carry residents up and down the three stories.
There is also a theater, fitness center, a pool with a spa and built-in grill, and a detached 30-car garage. Outside is also a one-bedroom cabana complete with a bathroom, an outdoor shower, and a private dock. With a $5 million down payment, the mortgage on this Manalapan property would be around $85,000.
New York: $45,000,000
This New York property has stunning ocean views and 6.7 acres of lush greenery. The home features more than 8,000 square feet of living space, complete with 8 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The guest master has a private terrace, as does the master wing.
In the back are a 50-foot pool and a bluestone patio. The estate also features a 3-bedroom guest suite with its own pool and detached garage. Both buildings are so extensive that they each even have their own East Hampton address.
This Arizona home sold in 2021 for $21 million. The 15,000-square-foot home sits on a 4.73-acre lot and features 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, which feature heated floors and steam showers. The property also includes a guest house equipped with a laundry area and backyard.
Other perks include a 6-car garage, gym, pool, spa, and firepit. Though Arizona has a warm climate, the home is equipped with ceiling heaters and fireplaces for those chilly winter nights in Scottsdale.
Among Tennessee’s lush greenery sits this $23 million mansion. Of the 120 acres of surrounding vegetation and hillsides, 4.29 of them are part of the estate. The home features a 15-car garage, a pool with a pool house, 5 bedrooms, and 12 bathrooms.
The massive home has more than 20,000 square feet of living space along with a clubhouse, fitness center, and tennis courts. The estimated mortgage on this Franklin estate after a generous down payment is around $100,000 a month.
This Oregon property includes 435 acres of land and has panoramic views of the mountains in the distance. The home is almost 10,000-square-feet and includes 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. There is also a guest house, a ranch manager house, and a barn.
The Powell Butte property additionally features a theater room and a 4-car, heated garage complete with a workshop. Even with a $5.8 million down payment, the homeowner of this estate will likely have a mortgage of about $100,000 a month.
The priciest home in Arkansas is almost $11 million and sits on a 20-acre lot. The Fort Smith mansion boasts more than 18,000 square feet, 5 bedrooms, and 5 and a half bathrooms. It also has a 9-car garage, a “gentlemen’s card room,” a custom theater, and a 2,400-square-foot game room!
The backyard features an award-winning pool and a children’s area complete with a treehouse. Some of the fancier indoor elements include a gourmet kitchen, an elevator, marble staircases, chandeliers, and custom mantles. Assuming you have a $2 million down payment lying around, the mortgage on this place would be around $45,000 a month.
New Mexico: $15,000,000
New Mexico’s priciest home is a $15 million property in Sante Fe. It sits on 6.6 acres of land and has views on all sides of the surrounding open land and mountains in the distance. There are 12,458 square feet inside, along with 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms.
The attached garage has room for 6 vehicles, and there is also a carport. Outback is a pool complete with a cabana and hot tub. There is also a greenhouse, a potting shed, and two guest houses! Buyers with a hefty down payment can expect a mortgage of around $66,000.
North Carolina: $16,490,000
This stunning North Carolina home will set you back about $16.5 million. Sitting on just a quarter-acre lot in Wrightsville Beach, the majority of the space is indoors, which boasts 8,622 square feet. There are 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, along with a media room, an office, and a loft.
Other features include a playroom, a fitness center, a library, and a T-shaped pool outback. Residents also get to enjoy a sauna, a 4-car garage, 9-foot ceilings, and an elevator! The three-story home comes out to about $62,000 a month with a $3.3 million down payment.
This $55 million Montana home only has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms despite the home boasting more than 5,000 square feet. Much of the Whitefish property is outdoors, as the main house sits on 1,603 acres full of private lakes, trails, and waterfalls.
There are also two guest houses, each with two bedrooms, a theater room, a finished basement, and a library. After an $11 million down payment, homeowners can expect to spend around $187,000 a month on this estate’s mortgage.
Alabama’s most expensive house is located in Alexander City and priced at just over $7 million, or about $28,000 a month. The 15,700-square-foot mansion features 10 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms spread across three levels. There is also a 4-car garage and a pool.
The waterfront property sits on Lake Martin, and there’s even a place to park your boats built into the home! Beyond the pool is a large lawn that leads up to the lake and is flanked by two docks.
This massive Georgia mansion sits on a staggering 329 acres of land in Bolingbroke. With a list price of $15.25 million, the estimated mortgage after a $3 million down payment is a little over $50,000 a month.
The house features 7 bedrooms, one of which functions as an in-law apartment, and 11 bathrooms. There’s also an elevator, a 2-story great room, an exercise room, den, library, media room, office, family room, computer room, and a bonus room. Outside are a barn, carriage house, guest house, stables, and a 5-car garage.
Michigan’s priciest estate sits on Lake Charlevoix and goes for about $12.5 million. The waterfront home features 16,000 square feet, 7 bedrooms, and 10 bathrooms. Above the 4-car garage is a separate apartment. The 3-acre property also overlooks a landscaped stream complete with waterfalls.
There is also a finished basement, a theater room, cathedral ceilings, and an elevator! With a $2.5 million down payment, the estimated mortgage for this home is around $42,000.
This lavish home in Maine is listed for $8,500,000. The property sits on 23.64 acres and is complete with an infinity pool overlooking a private pond. The main house has 3 bedrooms, but there is also a single bedroom guest house on the estate.
Outside are gardens with ocean and mountain views, while the inside has a host of amenities such as a home theater, sauna, recreation room, greenhouse, and exercise room. With a $1.7 million down payment, this Camden home would likely cost around $30,000 a month.
Though Zillow estimates that this Iowa home is worth around $2.3 million, it was listed at $10,900,000 in 2016. Granted, that was a $4 million price drop from the prior year, and it was ultimately taken off the market.
In any case, the Okoboji mansion is a standout in Iowa for its almost 25,000 square feet of space. It sits on 1.26 acres and features 9 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms. The property also features a finished basement, a spa, a caretaker’s cabin, and a 4-car garage.
This $8-million Kansas home is surrounded by trees and has views of the nearby lake. The almost 18,000-square-foot home includes 7 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, a 2-story office, a library, conference rooms, and a recreation room.
The 15-acre property features gardens, statues, and SCUBA diving tunnels! There are also heated patios, steam rooms, a hot tub, a sauna, and a 1-bedroom carriage house. Even with a 20% down payment, the mortgage on this Lake Quivira home is around $40,000 a month.
This 9,303-square-foot Vermont home is valued at around $5.8 million, but it sold for $5.6 million in 2021. The estate features 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, a finished basement, an exercise room, and a guest suite that sits above the 5-car garage.
The 7-acre Stowe property, which sits by a swimming pond, also boasts breathtaking mountain views and gardens. The main living area sits beneath a secret loft and boasts a 2-story fireplace. There is also a chef’s kitchen complete with a butler’s pantry and an exercise room.
Rhode Island: $7,188,500
This pricey Rhode Island home dates back to 1929 and sits on 5.5 acres in Newport. The more than 18,000 square foot residence includes 11 beds and 11 bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, a massage parlor, a theater, a ballroom, a greenhouse, and a 3-car garage.
Outside are rose gardens, a swimming pool, croquet courts, carriage houses, and an iron gate that traces the property’s perimeter. Though the estimated value is close to $7.2 million, the property was listed for twice as much in 2020.
This massive Kentucky estate is priced at $4.5 million, which would come out to around $15,000 a month after a hefty down payment and fees are factored in. The 14,500-square-foot mansion sits on 10 acres in Richmond and includes 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms.
The property also features storm windows and doors, a finished basement, a recreation room, guest quarters, a barn, a saltwater pool, a spa, a steam sauna, a 4-car garage, and a theater. The chef’s kitchen also has a fireplace that can be used for cooking!
One of Pennsylvania’s priciest homes, this 18,000-square-foot property is worth around $15 million. The estate sits on a 32-acre lot full of gardens and trails and featuring a basketball and a tennis court. The Gladwyne mansion features 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms.
It also has an attached 4-car garage plus a detached 3-car garage that has an apartment over the top. The master suite features a fireplace, two dressing rooms, and a sitting room. There is also a game room, a theater, and a gym that overlooks the indoor pool. The estimated monthly payment for this house is around $50,000.
New Hampshire: $19,500,000
This $20 million New Hampshire home has breathtaking views of the lake bordering the property and is surrounding by lush trees. Sitting on a 7-acre lot in Wolfeboro, the mansion boasts more than 17,000 square feet, including 8 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.
The home also features an elevator, an in-law suite, multiple fireplaces, a sunroom, a 6-car garage, and a sauna. Between the boathouse, the guest house, and the barn, there is plenty of extra space outside the main building, as well. After a $4 million down payment, the estimated monthly payment on this place is around $68,000.
This pricey home in Illinois goes for $17.8 million and has an astounding 30,000 square feet! The Barrington property is a total of 71 acres and includes a barn, a 6-car garage, a pond, a pool, and a hot tub.
Inside there are 8 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, heated floors, a 2-story great room, an elevator, a gym, and a theater! Even with a 20% down payment, the mortgage on this home would come out to around $110,000 a month.
One of Wisconsin’s priciest homes is priced just below $13 million and sits on a three-and-a-half-acre lot. The estate contains an impressive 13 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, along with a game room, den, and library. The finished basement features impressive 8-foot-tall ceilings and full-sized windows.
The home also features a pool, a recreational room, an exercise room, an elevator, and a pier! After a $2.58 million down payment, the estimated monthly payment for this Lake Geneva estate is around $44,000.
North Dakota: $1,350,000
North Dakota’s most expensive home is one of the lowest-priced properties on this list, coming up at $1.35 million. Despite the reasonable price, the size is still comparable to the other homes, with more than 8,000 square feet sitting on 2.63 acres of private property.
Inside you’ll find 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a recreational room, a sunroom that doubles as an office, an exercise room, a media room, and a 4-car garage. With a $270,000 down payment, the monthly mortgage of this Bismarck home would be around $4,500.
This stunning 3-story estate sits on 5 acres of land in Indian Hill, Ohio, and boasts more than 15,000 square feet. The top two levels have terraces that overlook the swimming pool and massive yard beyond.
Inside, you’ll find 6 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, an elevator, a theater, an exercise and massage room, a recreation area, and a 6-car garage. Other perks include a pizza oven in the kitchen, heated floors throughout, vaulted ceilings, and a skylight. Priced at just below $7 million, the monthly payment on this home would be around $23,000.
Located in Aspen, Colorado, this jaw-dropping home has a $49.5 million price tag. The 19,000-square-foot mansion sits on 2.9 acres of private property and is surrounding by the thick vegetation of Red Mountain.
Inside are 5 bathrooms, 11 bedrooms, multiple fireplaces, and an indoor pool for the colder months. To soak in the sun and admire the view, there’s also an outdoor pool and a massive patio with plenty of seating. Even with a 20% down payment, the mortgage on this home is likely to be over $200,000 a month.