Truila Shares Most Expensive Homes List

Truila Expensive Homes

Truila, a  popular Real estate site has amassed the most expensive single-family homes currently on the market in each state.

The most expensive is a $150million estate Los Angeles, the least a $2.4 million abode in Kansas.

A Mississippi home comes with 930 pristine acres of forest, an estate in Kentucky boasts a historical barn with 24 horse stalls, and a stunner in Louisiana has a unique tree house on its own island, and a house in Hawaii boasts archaeological wonders on the property built on top of an ancient fishing village.

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Other notable estates on Truila include:

A French Country Chateau charm: $15.9 million, six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 18,117 square feet in Colts Neck, the winding driveway borders three ponds and the estate is a perfect blend of woods, marble, granite, and cast stone, porcelain tiles, faux wood tiles, and mosaic glass design.

Upstate getaway: $75 million, eight bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, 20,043 square feet of European style stone manor in Pound Ridge only an hour and a half from Manhattan is surrounded by 262 dazzling acres of forest with formal gardens and a private lake, the house is adorned with imported antique marble, limestone, onyx, mosaic tile and stained glass, and contains an indoor and outdoor pool, tennis court, greenhouse, barns and four guest/staff residences

An estate in Vegas: $22 million, with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, 13,200 square feet – the European-designed The Rameses Estate is located in Country Club Hills on the private golf club TPC at Summerlin just twenty minutes from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip

 A Virginia at $25million is built on a private golf course on an island.

A California’s $150million mansion is on the grounds of Barbra Streisand’s former Mon Reve Estate

An Arizona  $32million estate nestled on 17 acres overlooking stunning McDowell Mountain vistas

A Washington DC home at $12million is a courtly 10,300 square foot Beaux Arts estate built in 1927 with views or Rock Creek Park.)

The list includes single family homes, not condos, co-ops, or apartments.  See more here

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