6. Florida Living in Manalapan ($22.1 million)
Without a doubt, the coolest thing about this expensive home is the sweeping views it enjoys of the Atlantic and Intracostal Waterway.
But, the home itself is a real dream, too. In addition to its 9 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, it also has a beautiful library and a wine cellar.
5. Villa Ruchello in Santa Monica ($23 million)
It’s entirely possible to forget the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles, California, when you’re in this Santa Monica manse.
It’s called Villa Ruchello, and it owns the distinction of being the largest compound in all of Santa Monica.
4. Contemporary Hamptons ($27.5 million)
While the Hamptons are well known for their “old money”, there’s absolutely nothing old about this home’s contemporary design.
Not only does this wonderful Long Island home feature a 6,000 square foot deck, it also has a breathtaking infinity pool.
3. San Francisco Full House ($31 million)
If you want to check out the most expensive real estate listings in the country, look no further than San Francisco.
This absolutely beautiful home, which enjoys sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge, sold toward the end of 2015.
2. Miami Beach Swank ($33 million)
Here’s the story of a home that’s transferred from the ownership of one singer to another.
Only a few years ago, it was the property of everyone’s favorite pop star from the block, Jennifer Lopez. Now it belongs to Phil Collins.
1. Los Angeles Mansion ($46.3 million)
This home once belonged to the man that knows when to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em – Kenny Rogers.
Originally built in the 1970s, this home recently underwent massive renovation and construction before it was sold.