The Most Expensive Home for Sale in America

With the recent $120 million sale of Greenwich’s Copper Beech Farm, previously the priciest single-family home in America, realtor.com® has recently updated their list of the most expensive homes currently for sale.

While a prime 258-acre parcel in the Bel Air community of Los Angeles ranks as the most expensive property with an ask of $125 million, the crown of “most expensive home” now rests on an opulent mansion-estate in New York City.

Vincent Viola’s Mansion — New York City, $114.07 million 

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The Upper East Side is no stranger to multimillion-dollar properties, but this bow-wrapped mansion raised the bar when it debuted during the 2013 holiday season for $114.07 million. Owned by Florida Panthers owner Frank Viola, the opulent home now sets the standard for luxury on realtor.com®, and for good reason.

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The new “most expensive listing” touts 20,000 square feet of living space spread across six floors and 19 rooms.

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Interiors comprised of the finest European-imported materials and state-of-the-art systems offer flashes of grandeur, while amenities include a two-story movie theater, a game room, a fitness room with a sauna, and massive closets that double as panic rooms.

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If that sounds tiring, don’t sweat it –– in between its many levels is an elevator lined in onyx.

This information was originally published by Neal J. Leitereg in the article “The 5 Most Expensive Homes for Sale in America,” on Realtor.com. 

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