As spring fever creeps in, you might begin to feel a bit restless in your current home. While you wait for the weather to warm, these pricey listings should help fuel your budget-free daydreams.
We pulled the most expensive single-family home listing on Zillow in each state. While we left off the working ranches, empty parcels and properties that are also a primary place of business, there is no shortage of amazing amenities on this list.
Impressive and elegant would be the best words to describe this breathtaking 18,000-square-foot home in Arkansas. The inside boasts marble staircases, Italian mantles and a kids’ playroom complete with a redwood treehouse.
This luxury masterpiece is currently the most expensive home on the U.S. market with a price tag of $250 million. The mansion comes with a fleet of exotic cars, seven staff members, 17,000 square feet of entertainment decks and an 85-foot infinity pool.
Billionaire Bill Koch has listed this 82-acre Aspen estate for sale. In addition to picturesque views, the cabin-inspired rustic home offers 25 bedrooms, a full-size indoor basketball court and proximity to downtown Aspen.
This Hanalei Bay home sits right on the ocean with a 5-bed, 5-bath main residence and a 1-bed, 1-bath suite with its own entrance. The kitchen boasts Subzero appliances, Carrara marble countertops, and custom-designed light fixtures.
The exterior of this home boasts a classic stone interior that fits its woodsy surroundings, while the interior features vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows to make the most of the view. With 8 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and over 15,000 square feet of living space, this home provides plenty of space to host visitors.
Located in one of Chicago’s most popular urban neighborhoods, this city estate still ensures the privacy and tranquility of a more rural home. In addition to 25,000 square feet of indoor space, the estate grounds boast multiple serene fountains, a reflection pool and a garden pavilion to make you forget that you’re just minutes from downtown.
Despite having garage space for 10 cars, this futuristic-looking home might be better suited to parking a spaceship. The 2.55-acre property offers 24,000 square feet of living space, featuring a theater room, a private Irish pub called “Kevin O’Sullivans” and a chef’s kitchen.
If you’re worried about finding a place to stay during the Kentucky Derby, snag this home. Located just minutes from Churchill Downs, this 158-acre estate includes a 24-stall barn and 30,000-square-foot outdoor arena.
This phenomenal 20,263-square-foot Maryland property has been carefully crafted with thought to every feature, from the numerous different chandeliers to the gorgeously manicured gardens surrounding the backyard pool.
Just five miles from Boston, this home looks more like it belongs in the English countryside. The long private driveway leads to a majestic 26,623-square-foot residence that sits on 14 acres of rolling lawns, ponds and meandering pathways.
This stunning estate will make it easy to take in all that Lake Charlevoix has to offer. Large bay windows throughout the home allow you to soak in the panoramic views, while 738 feet of lake frontage means you can enjoy your own piece of the shoreline.
You’ll never need to leave this estate if you don’t want to. The property comes fully equipped with 30,000 square feet of living space, 16 fireplaces, a 5,000-bottle wine cellar, a bowling alley, a bar and more.
Located on one of the world’s cleanest lakes, this secluded 22-acre Montana Island estate leaves nothing to be desired. The great room welcomes you to the 21,964-square-foot home with 45-foot ceilings and Carrara marble floors that continue throughout the numerous living spaces.
Spanning an expansive 63,029 square feet on the edge of Lake Winnipesaukee, this home is impressive in size and stature. Its elegant fountains aren’t just outdoors, either — a fountain room exists inside the house, too.
This custom European-inspired estate rests on a private 15-acre lot surrounded by perennial gardens, sculptures, over 100 imported trees and resort-like landscaping. Indoors you’ll find high-end finishes in every room, geothermal radiant heat flooring, and a wine cellar made of brick and limestone.
The natural beauty of Oregon is visible from all angles of this woodsy 14,666-square-foot estate. When you’re not looking out the endless bays of windows, it’ll be hard to pull your eyes away from the cavernous stone fireplace that takes up nearly the entire length of the living room wall and expands up toward the vaulted ceilings.
Located in Watch Hill, one of the best preserved coastal areas in the country, this estate is situated on a panoramic view point atop nearly 4 acres of land. The home boasts an impressive 100-foot-by-24-foot glass-encased veranda, 12-foot ceilings and a grand walnut staircase leading to the second story.
This Johns Island home has been touched by many architects and designers over the years, resulting in a varied, but perfectly melded, design. The interiors will remind you of Cape Cod beach homes, while the backyard could lead to a Malibu beach without being out of place. Put them together, and you’ve got a perfect beach house.
Own a piece of Missouri River frontage with this stunning 3.35-acre property in South Dakota. The careful craftsmanship is apparent in the hand-forged iron work, the custom on-site finished cabinetry, and the intricate tile and stone work.
Known as Walnut Place, this 28,996-square-foot mansion sits just 8 minutes outside of downtown Dallas on a sprawling 25 acres. The property comes with a main residence, a recreational center, and multiple guest houses.
The mountain and lake views from this Utah home — built from a unique combination of Italian stone, concrete, steel and glass — are unsurpassed. With 7,996 square feet of space and a grand terrace outdoor area, you’ll want to entertain every weekend so your friends can catch some breathtaking sunsets as well.
You can choose to take a dip in the backyard pool, the hot tub, or the lake that’s merely yards away from this custom-built Virginia home. Afterwards, you can screen a flick in the home theater, or grab a meal at the nearby country club.
This Pacific Northwest estate is a horticulturist dream, with over 3,000 planted trees and nearly that many types of flowers and shrubs located right on the grounds — carefully curated from all over the world by the previous owners. Also accompanying the 6,500-square-foot main residence is a private driving, chipping and putting area.
If you’ve ever wanted to live in a mountaintop community, this 19,000-square-foot house presents just the opportunity to join one. While you might be a little farther from the city, you can entertain friends in the backyard with a pool party or a quick game of tennis on your private court.
This former Wrigley Estate, known as Hillcroft, stands along 415 feet of frontage on the coveted shores of Lake Geneva. Not only does this home carry a famous history, it also boasts park-like grounds and an 11,000-square-foot main residence.