Didn’t quite find what you were looking for last time? Maybe you’re more interested in relocating out East with the ‘Old Money’? Well this time around we have a list of the most expensive, and expansive, homes on the the market along the East Coast. Without further ado.
Woodland Manor, Chestnut Hill, MA
Let’s start in Massachusetts where Reebok founder Paul Fireman is selling the 14-acre estate. Built in 1999 with privacy but also city access in mind, the home features 8 bedrooms, 7 bedrooms, and a landscape of ponds, hills, and pathways. Asking price $90 million.
Pumpkin Key, Key Largo, FL
Heading south to Florida we find plenty of exciting places. A personal island in the Keys, with 26 acres of undeveloped island just waiting for…. Well whatever you want to do! It does come with a home and 20-slip marina already. So that’s nice. Only $95 million to own your own island!
Gemini Manalapan, FL
While we’re in Florida already, why not check this property. Sure, it’s a little out of our price range but why not look? This South Florida compound sits on 15 acres, has 33 beds, 38 baths, and 14 half baths. Amenities include pool, tennis court, putting green, and docks. This property just had a $30 million price cut no less! What’s that? Oh, it’s going for $165 million.
Great Island, Darien, CT
Was Pumpkin Key not quite the island for you? Head up to Connecticut where the most expensive home in the state is being listed. Main house, guesthouses (plural!) stables and a cove all for a cool $175 million. There are no interior photos available however, so you’ll have to tour to really get a good idea of what you’re buying. The island has a number of other homes as well, so you got that going for you.
834 Fifth Ave, New York City, NY
The remote island life not quite what you’re looking for? Well why not move to the Big Apple! This corner duplex was built in 1931, taking up the 7th and 8th floors. It has grand rooms, a grander entry, and views of Central Park, all for $96 million. The master suite sits on the second level and includes a marbled fireplace, naturally.