East Coast Versus West Coast: The Battle for Most Expensive Homes in America
New York and Los Angeles are quintessential coastal cities and they continue to offer some of the most expensive homes in the United States. Check out these four over $100 million. If this isn’t Billionaire Luxury, we don’t know what is!
#4 The $114 Million Dollar New York Townhouse
This place on 69th Street was built in 1884 but has since been upgraded to what it is today. To think it was purchased by Vincent Viola in 2005 for $20 million. It surely gives house flipping a whole new meaning.
#3 The $135 Million Dollar Beverly Hills Home
“I’m going to make him an offer he can’t refuse.” Who can forget the headless horse on the film The Godfather? The famous Hearst mansion was featured in those scenes. It’s gorgeous and currently the most expensive home on the market.
#2 The $147 Million Dollar East Hampton’s Home
Hedge fund manager Barry Rosenstein allegedly made this grand purchase this year for the cost of $147 million, making it the most expensive home purchased in the country. It features a lush and unforgettable 18 acres.
#1 The $150 Million Dollar Los Angeles Home
Billionaire James Stunt, who is known for his impressive private investments and collections, purchased the former Spelling Manor for $85 million with his wife Petra Stunt. The home was listed for a record-breaking $150 million. The listing price sent waves of shock and awe through the media.