Maison de l'Amitié, Palm Beach, Florida.
Inman News reports that Donald Trump's $125 million Palm Beach mega-mansion is currently the most expensive home on the market anywhere in the U.S. A Trump World Tower Penthouse, priced at $58 million, also made the list of the 12 most expensive homes in the U.S. that were recently featured in Ultimate Homes Magazine.
The following homes are the top 12 most expensive homes in the U.S., according to Ultimate Homes Magazine:
Number 1 – Maison de l'Amitié (Palm Beach, Fla.), $125 million.
Number 2 – Three Ponds Farm Estate (Bridgehampton, N.Y.), $75 million. Features: U.S.G.A.-rated golf course, 14 gardens, waterfront views and more than 20,000 square feet of living space.
Number 3 – The Penthouse at the Pierre (New York, N.Y.), $70 million (the highest-ever asking price for a Manhattan apartment).
Number 4 – Belvedere, Calif., $68 million. Features: 1.1 acres; views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco and the San Francisco Bay.
Number 5 – Beverly Hills, Calif., $65 million.
Number 6 – Malibu, Calif., $65 million. Features: 7 acres, gated community, private bluff, panoramic ocean views, a riding ring, and a private road to the beach.
Number 7 – Robert Taylor Ranch (Brentwood, Calif.), $60 million.
Number 8 – Sierra Star (Lake Tahoe/Incline Village, Nev.), $60 million.
Number 9 – Trump World Tower Penthouse – (New York, N.Y.), $58 million.
Number 10 – Upper East Side (New York, N.Y.), $55 million.
Number 11 – Medina, Wash., $53 million. Features: 5.42 acres, a 114-foot dock and 372 feet of waterfront access.
Number 12 – Bel Air, Calif., $53 million.
Tampa Bay's most expensive homes didn't make the list, as they are priced at, or under $20 million, which is a bargain when compared to some of these prices.
The Trump $125 million Palm Beach mega-mansion recently made the Forbes Where We Want To Live In 2006 list.