When searching for the most expensive homes for sale in America, many different style homes come up.  If  you had the money….What would you buy for $100 Million?…. Would you spend $75 Million for a “fixer-upper” ?

 Spelling Manor
 594 S Mapleton Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90024
For Sale: $150 Million

The Spelling Manor is at the top of list and is said to be one of the most expensive home for sale in the U.S.  The current owner Candy Spelling (widow to late TV producer Aaron Spelling and mother to actress-turned-reality TV star Tori Spelling)  put the home up for sale last September.  The Spelling family purchased this home from the legendary entertainer Bing Crosby, and it is reported that Spelling is downsizing from “The Manor” to a two-story Los Angeles condo she purchased for $47 million last year.

The Manor is a French-chateau-style estate sits on 4.7 acres and illuminates luxury at every turn. Unique features of the three-story, 56,500-sq ft home include a 17,000-sq ft attic with a barbershop and salon, rooftop garden, two-lane bowling alley, service wing with staff quarters, China room, gift-wrapping room, and wine tasting room.

525 Highway 50, Zephyr Cove, NV 89449
For Sale: $100 Million

 The second most expensive home reported on the market is “Tranquility” located in the state of Nevada.  This home was originally listed in 2008. 

The 210-acre property is situated on its own private lake with a total of eight separate buildings including a 20,000-sq ft main residence. Also included on this rare piece of Zephyr Cove real estate is an art studio, boat house pavilion, gym with indoor basketball court, horse stable, two par-3 golf holes, and a 16-car garage. As if that wasn’t enough to explain the $100 million price tag, the prestigious property also comes fully furnished.

6121 Kirkstone Lane, Windermere, FL 34786
For Sale: $100 million

 The gigantic Windermere, FL mansion, known as “Versailles,” is reported to be America’s “largest single family home under one roof.” The palace-like estate, architecturally inspired by the royal residence of Louis XIV.  The home was listed for sale May 2010 and although still under construction it is offered for $75 million as-is, or $100 million finished.

Situated on a 10-acre peninsula along the shoreline of Lake Butler, the 66,800-sq ft is blueprinted to include every thinkable amenity a homeowner could imagine.  The Versailles features 13 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, three pools, a baseball field, two tennis courts, grand hall, two grand staircases, two-story wine cellar, indoor roller rink, movie theater with a balcony, and his-and-her offices separated by a two-sided, 12-ft aquarium.

Frank Woolworth Estate
 4 E 80th St, New York, NY 10075
For sale: $90 Million

Retail magnate Frank W. Woolworth commissioned three townhouses to be built for each of his three daughters back in 1911. This one, designed by renowned architect Charles Pierpont Henry Gilbert, was completed in 1916 and is the biggest of the three. With a $90 million asking price, it became the priciest listing on the Manhattan real estate market when it was posted for sale this past March.

The 35-ft wide, 7-story home boasts 18,000-sq ft, and has 10 bedrooms, 11.5 bathrooms, three kitchens, a paneled library, elevator, 14-ft ceilings, private gym, and a formal dining room with seating for up to 50 guests.



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