A new report from Point2 ranks every state based on each one’s most expensive home on the market as of this week.
What does it all mean? Not much, but it is a fun reminder that location is everything, and every state has amazing ultra-luxury properties for the right price.
California leads the list with an extraordinary oceanfront home in Malibu listed at $225 million. The Pacific Coast Highway estate includes 16 bedrooms, 22 bathrooms and an underground tunnel.
Nebraska rounds out the ranking, with an 11,700-square-foot home in Omaha featuring five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a wine bar, movie theater, wet bar and deck. It’s listed at $2.995 million.
Washington is No. 5 on the list with a Hunts Point property listed at $85 million. The 17,600-square-foot complex includes four structures, a sauna, athletic court, gazebo and dock that fits a yacht up to 150 feet.
California, New York, Florida and Nevada are the top four states, each with a listing at $100 million or more. Rounding out the top 10 are Washington, Oregon, Connecticut, Hawaii, Colorado and Tennessee, each with listings ranging from $50 million up to $85 million.
The “least expensive” homes on the list are in South Dakota, Kansas, Delaware, North Dakota and Nebraska, ranging from a $6.9 million, 485-acre estate in South Dakota to the home listed at just under $3 million in Nebraska.