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If You Have $190 Million to Spare, You Can Buy the Most Expensive House for Sale in American History

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They say home is where the heart is. It’s also where the depleted bank accounts may have gone, if you buy one of these homes.

Business Insider has done the world a service and listed the most expensive homes currently for sale in each state. The priciest abode is in Connecticut. Copper Beech Farm, located in the town of Greenwich, comes with more zeroes than you’ll find at a ‘Star Trek’ convention: $190,000,000. That’s $190 million. That’s the highest asking price for a home in American history. The shorefront house comes with a dozen bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and a heated pool that is 75 feet long.

You can see a few photos below:

Copper Beech Farm
David Ogilvy & Associates
Copper Beech Farm
David Ogilvy & Associates
Copper Beech Farm
David Ogilvy & Associates

If that’s a little out of your price range, you can try the cheapest most expensive home in America – that’s in Fargo, North Dakota. This house goes for $3.2 million and comes with six bedrooms, eight-and-a-half bathrooms, as well an indoor pool and move theater.

[Business Insider]

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