1. 2000 South Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, Florida ($195 million)
This 16-acre mega-mansion is described as a tropical compound brimming with extravagance. It boasts 33 bedrooms and 47 bathrooms –perfect for entertaining guests or perhaps, gifting them with an indefinite stay at this abundantly spacious home. It’s your own paradise resort with the estate’s 1,200 feet of private oceanfront, a botanic garden that’s home to 1,500 species of tropical plants and trees, a treehouse, and a sports complex. Aside from the main residence, the opulent space includes two four-bedroom beachside cottages, a regulation tennis court, a mini-golf course, and a plunge pool.
2. 301 North Carolwood Drive, Los Angeles, California ($150 million)
This 30,000-square-foot single-family home built in 2016, features ten bedrooms, 20 bathrooms, a ten-car garage, parking space for 50 vehicles, a private hiking trail, and ample space to accommodate multiple guests. It’s a posh retreat where one can enjoy a wine room and a spa-level with its own lap pool, massage rooms, and a hair salon. The master suite even comes with a private and heated covered patio. Movie night at home is also given the luxury treatment with its theatre complex with a separate valet entrance.
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3. 90 Briar Patch Road, East Hampton, New York ( $140 million)
For those who want a home with real history, this 80-year-old waterfront home which is also included in the National Register of Historic Places would fit the bill. Dubbed as the most expensive home in New York, the 53,000-square-foot estate features ten bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and over 1,150 feet of waterfront space offering unobstructed views of the Georgica Pond and the Atlantic shoreline. The main house boasts a three-story great room, a chef’s kitchen, four fireplaces, and French doors that open up to spacious porches. Amenities include a pool, a hot tub, a gym with ocean views, and a tennis court.
4. II Palmetto, Palm Beach, Florida ($137 million)
The Italian Renaissance-inspired ocean and lakefront estate sits on 5.5 acres of land. It is owned by Netscape owner and billionaire James Clark. Built in 1930, the sprawling mansion features ten bedrooms, 13 full and 12 half bathrooms, two elevators, a two-story foyer with a double staircase, a home office, a library, and a 20,000-bottle wine cellar. It can be a party palace too with its two-bedroom beach house, a two-bedroom boathouse, two swimming pools, fountains, and formal gardens.