Curbed Maps: Mapping the Most Expensive Houses For Sale in America

Monday, January 26, 2015, by Amy Schellenbaum
Screen%20Shot%202015-01-26%20at%205.33.44%20PM.pngThis living room will cost you $ 195M.

A lot has changed since the definitive list of unreasonably expensive residences was last updated. Old standbys like NYC’;s $ 114M Viola Mansion have de-listed. (These properties, like Martin Zweig’;s penthouse at the Pierre, haven’;t sold, mind you, they’;re just, you know, taking a breather.) There’;s nary a listing to be found for Aspen’;s $ 90M Aspen estate or Hillsborough, California’;s long-awaited DeGuigne estate, either. In the meantime, we’;ve welcomed a $ 195M estate owned by subprime mortgage hero (and the guy who told us all that Americans should “live with less”) Jeff Greene and an adorably optimistic $ 140M Hamptons property. Still, some of the major players have stuck around—looking good, $ 139M Floridian “Beaux Arts” mess.

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