Top 10 Most Expensive Homes For Sale

6. Sherry-Netherland Condo

Sherry-Netherland Condo, Sherry Netherland Condo

Price: $95 million

The Sherry-Netherland began its journey as a boutique hotel that, in the 1950s, was converted to luxury condos with only a few hotel suites left available. Today, the pre-war building offers a 15-room residence that can be bought for a mere $95 million.

7. Carolwood Estate

Carolwood Estate

Price: $90 million

In Holmby Hills sits the property where Walt Disney’s home once stood. After he and his wife’s death however, the home was demolished due to asbestos concerns. The new home was custom-designed and recently finished in 2001. The 35,000 sq feet includes 8 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, 4 acres, a full wine cellar, pool and pool house, tennis court, putting green, custom movie room, 3 bars, library, gym, and 2 safe rooms.

8. Atelier Building Penthouse

Atelier Building Penthouse

Price: $85 million

The building first opened in 2007 and now houses celebrities such as Brendan Fraser, Dania Ramirez, and comedian Dane Cook. The penthouse is 10,000 sq feet of a full-floor, but has never been home to a star.

9. Time Warner Center by Tony Ingrao

Time Warner Center by Tony Ingrao, Time Warner Center

Price: $75 million

This Manhattan apartment designed by Tony Ingrao, features views of Central Park and 8,300 sq feet of living space. The penthouse takes up an entire floor of the renovated Time Warner Center.

10. East Hampton

East Hampton

Price: $75 million

The East Hampton’s homes are notoriously expensive. However, this home is so expensive because it is situated on the “most prestigious private lane” in the East Hamptons. The home is located on the 5.4 acre lot on the border of the pond and ocean. For your $75 M you also get a main house with 7,500 sq feet, a barn, and a 3-bedroom guesthouse and heated pool.

Whether seeking a New York City skyline view penthouse or an L.A. celebrity home, this list features homes anyone could enjoy – for the right price.