Homes priced $100 million and higher have been populating the sale block. Some have even found billionaire buyers. We compiled a list of palatial spreads with listing prices in the nine-figure range, as well as trophy homes that have fetched sums close to or above that $100 million mark.
List price: $125 million – Sitting 41 stories above the Pierre Hotel, the Central Park co-op spread spans 12,000 square feet across three floors and has five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, staff quarters, five fireplaces, four terraces, a grand marble staircase, a private interior elevator and a 3,500-square-foot ballroom turned grand salon.
List price: $100 million – Located on 47 acres of prime Silicon Valley real estate, this 16,000-square-foot Mediterranean has been in the same family for the better part of 150 years. It is offered with a life estate attached to allow the seller to live here until death.
List price: $100 million – The Ocean Drive mansion where Gianni Versace was murdered boasts 10 bedrooms,11 bathrooms, an observatory and a 54 foot-long backyard pool decorated in mosaic tiling and lined with 24-karat gold. The gated property is currently used as a high-end boutique hotel but is available for purchase as a single-family home as well. One hitch: Several lawsuits are pending on the property.
List price: $115 million – Recently relisted from its original $95 million, the former estate of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies occupies 3.7 gated acres in Beverly Hills. The massive estate has double master bedroom suites, staff quarters, several guest houses, two projector rooms, a hand-carved wood-paneled library, an art deco-themed nightclub, spa facilities with a gym, a lighted tennis court with adjoining indoor bar and an eight-car garage. The property is also available for lease, for $600,000 per month in rent.
Pending sale price: between $90 million and $100 million – The 10,920-square-foot palatial penthouse will have floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park once the super luxury building is completed later this year.
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