There are some incredibly expensive homes for sale on Zillow. Here are some we found that are interesting due to their fantastic beauty or interesting background.

10 of the Most Expensive Homes for Sale in the U.S.

1.    Tranquility (above)

For Sale: $100 million
Overlooking Lake Tahoe, this northern European-inspired mountain estate sits on 210 acres and the main residence comprises 20,000 sq ft. Owned by Joel Horowitz, co-founder of Tommy Hilfiger.
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2.    Albemarle House (above)

For Sale: $100 million $48 million
Grand, manor-style estate on 300+ acres in Charlottesville, VA. Neighbors include Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland. Owned by winemaker Patricia Kluge.
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3.    Hummingbird Nest Ranch (above)

For Sale: $75 million
Located just 30 minutes from Beverly Hills, this 123-acre Spanish Revival-style mansion/ranch is an equestrian-lover’s dream with three barns containing 60 stalls. It also has a helicopter pad. Owned by the Sapersteins, who also own Fleur de Lys.
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4. Julius Forstmann House (above)

For Sale: $75 million
Commissioned in 1922 by Julius Forstmann, a German wool merchant, this grand and elegant neo-Italian Renaissance mansion is exceptionally wide (45 feet) and is one of the largest townhouses in New York at 21,000 sq ft.  The house was designed by C.P.H. Gilbert, the renowned architect who created majestic mansions for the leading families of the city.
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5. Le Belvedere (above)

For Sale: $72 million
Impressive Bel Air estate of 48,000 sq ft includes a massive 1,000-feet long, 36-foot high hand-chiseled stone wall imported from Jerusalem.  Owned by real estate developer Mohamed Hadid.
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6. Little Jennie Ranch (above)

For Sale: $69.5 million
Another yee-ha moment. Get your cowboy hat and saddle up for one of Wyoming’s crown jewels. Adjacent to the snow-capped Gros Ventre Mountain Range, this working cattle ranch has 3,011 acres, miles of trout steams and is only 40 minutes from Jackson Hole, WY. In addition to the 4,000-square-foot lodge are four guest cottages, a pool, barns, employee houses and two guest cabins.
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7. Three Ponds (above)

For Sale: $68 million
Incredible Hamptons estate on 60 acres of farmland and it includes, well, three ponds. It also includes its own USGA-rated Rees Jones golf course, 14 gardens, a 75-foot-long swimming pool and guest house. The main house, designed by architect Allan Greenberg, has a great room with a 28-foot-high domed ceiling. The 20,000 square-foot main house has seven bedrooms and 12 baths. Owned by Cheryl Gordon, widow of commercial real-estate broker Edward S. Gordon.
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8.  Bootjack Ranch (above)

For Sale: $68 million
Get your Rocky Mountain High without venturing very far with this 3,100-acre ranch located in the southern San Juan Mountains. Framed by 13,000-foot peaks in all directions, this ranch is filled with lush meadows, forests, tranquil lakes and rushing streams. The hand-crafted rustic main lodge has 13,800 sq ft. and with the multiple guest cabins, the property can easily accommodate 50 guests.
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9. Tranquility (above)

For Sale: $65 million
Yes, another “Tranquility,” except this story is not so tranquil. The estate is on 8.04 acres on Jupiter Island, FL, with 172 feet of oceanfront and 370 feet on the Intracoastal Waterway. The property includes six buildings, which includes garage space for 17 cars. It is owned by PGA star Greg Norman, who is splitting with his wife of 15 months, former tennis star Chris Evert.
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10. Pacific Heights Neoclassical Villa (above)

For Sale: $65 million
Located in the affluent San Francisco neighborhood of Pacific Heights, this neoclassical-style villa, which spans two lots, has an exterior of French limestone, a four-story floating staircase, a roof with 19th century Florentine tile and views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay, and it can be yours for $65 million. Except, there’s one catch: it’s not finished yet. It’s still currently under construction and needs interior walls, floors or ceilings, requiring about $10 million to complete.  It’s owned by Peter Sperling, son of the founder of the University of Phoenix chain of learning centers.
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