Which Home Listings Were the Most Expensive from 2013?July 8, 2014
With the real estate market really turning around in 2013, many homes were listed for high prices. The luxury market is considered any home listed for $1 million or more. Here are just a few of the home listings topping the $100 million mark and becoming true trophy properties in 2013.
De Guigne Estate & Lands – $100 million
Found in Hillsborough, California, this estate is near the Golden Gate Bridge. The estate is one of the largest properties in the state with a 16,000-square-foot mansion on 47 acres. The mansion is a Mediterranean-style and was decorated by Anthony Hail.
Beverly House – $115 million
A home found in the Los Angeles, California area, the Beverly Home was listed for sale or rent. The rent started at $600K per month and the home is found just blocks from Sunset Boulevard. It sits on 3.7 acres and was home to William Randolph Hearst and many other celebrities have vacationed within the home. It features a 50,000-square-foot mansion with two screening rooms, wood-paneling, a library, two master suites and many other luxuries.
Crespi/Hicks Estate – $135 million
This Dallas estate is an architectural masterpiece and provides something not seen all too often anymore. It’s a 1920s-style home designed by Maurice Fatio. The home is 42,500 square feet in size and sits on 25 acres of land. It was owned by Tom Hicks, the former owner of the Texas Rangers.
Copper Beech Farm – $190 million
The most expensive listing from 2013 was found in Greenwich, Connecticut. Copper Beech Farm is found in one of the most expensive ZIP codes in the country ad provides over 50 acres of land, along with a 15,000-square-foot mansion. The mansion has 12 bedrooms and was built in 1896. The estate also has more than a mile of waterfront property and its own private islands.
There were many expensive listings from 2013, but these were all found at the top of the list.