Whether you are looking for it just for curiosity and to see their great beauty or if you are interested in buying or renting one for your summer vacations, we present to you some examples as an overview. This way you can be inspired by it and if it is the case gather some information if you are really interested in it.
Here are our suggestions:
1. 60 Further Lane, East Hampton, N.Y
Sale Price: $147 million in May 2014
Hedge fund manager Barry Rosenstein is reportedly the buyer of this home set on 18 acres, the East Hampton dream house project of the late investment manager Christopher H. Browne and his partner Andrew Gordon (also deceased).
2. Copper Beech Farm, Greenwich, Conn.
Sale Price: $120 million in April 2014
The property, originally listed for $190 million in May 2013, dropped to $140 million in September 2013 before selling in April 2014. Copper Beech Farm boasts a 13,519-square-foot main house with 12 bedrooms, seven full baths and two half baths and a wood-paneled library. Additional selling points: a solarium, a wine cellar, and a three-story-high, wood-paneled foyer.
3. Mountain Home Road, Woodside, Calif.
Sale Price: $117.5 million
The most expensive home sale on record includes a 9,000-square foot neoclassical-style house, a 1,117-square foot colonnaded pool house, a detached library, a “retreat” building, a swimming pool, a tennis court and formal gardens.
4. Fleur de Lys, Holmby Hills, Calif.
Sale Price: $102 million in March 2014
The 50,000-square-foot estate known as Fleur de Lys is the most expensive home ever sold in Los Angeles County. The buyer is unknown, but tax bills for the property are mailed to a law firm at the same address as the Milken Institute.
5. Maison de L’Amitie, Palm Beach, Fla.
Sale Price: $95 million in 2008
The sprawling oceanfront 60,000-square foot compound, bought from Donald Trump in 2008, includes diamond and gold fixtures and a nearly 50 car garage.
6. Broken O Ranch, Augusta, Mon.
Sale Price: Uncomfirmed; Estimated between $90 million and $132.5 million
Thanks to state laws, the final sale price of this 124,000-acre operational ranch is undisclosed and unconfirmed. The estate boasts a 10,000-square foot main house with indoor pool, horse stables, nearly 4,500 heads of cattle, extensive water rights, and substantial agricultural capacity for small grain crops and alfalfa hay.
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