You've likely never heard of some of the towns where you can find the 10 most expensive neighborhoods in America.
There's the little-known Northern California town of Ross, established more than 100 years ago on a tract of land owned by a Scottish liquor wholesaler named James Ross. It doesn't get any media attention, even though the median list price for a home in its ZIP Code is $5.3 million.
But that's no match for the even-less-heard-of town of Alpine, N.J., where single-family homes have been thrown on the market for a mind-boggling $50 million.
Click through the gallery below to see where -- surprisingly, in some cases -- median list prices are the highest.
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