A neighborhood in Duarte, Calif., tops the list of the most expensive U.S. ZIP codes. California, Manhattan and wealthy New York suburbs dominate the list, with all of the top 10 ZIPs located in those areas.
Here are homes on the market near the median price of the most expensive ZIPs.
No. 1: 91008
- Median home price: $4.28 million
This new nine-bedroom, nine-bathroom, 10,486-square-foot mansion with two swimming pools, a spa, gym, screening room, library and wine cellar, is on the market for $4.68 million in Bradbury, Calif., also part of 91008. Sheng Development has the listing.
No. 2: 94027
- Median home price: $4.01 million
This remodeled midcentury four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,010-square-foot ranch with a cathedral ceiling, fireplace, media room, two-car garage and gardens sells for $4.49 million. It is listed with Alain Pinel.
No. 3: 90274
Rolling Hills, Calif.
- Median home price: $3.89 million
This sprawling, five-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,320-square-foot hilltop compound with two fireplaces and a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean is selling for just less than $4 million. Shorewood Realtors has the listing.
No. 4: 07620
- Median home price: $3.81 million
This seven-bedroom, five-bathroom, colonial-style home with a double-height foyer, expansive lawn and three-car garage is on the market for $3.95 million. It is listed with Plawker Real Estate.
No. 5: 10014
- Median home price: $3.78 million
This one-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,500-square-foot loft in a full-service building with views of the city is on the market in Manhattan’s West Village for $2.05 million. Clickit Realty has the listing.
No. 6: 90210
Beverly Hills, Calif.
- Median home price: $3.68 million
This five-bedroom, four-bathroom 4,700-square-foot Mediterranean-style home features a pool, large deck and views of the surrounding mountains. It costs just less than $3.7 million and is listed with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Beverly Hills.
No. 7: 10065
- Median home price: $3.63 million
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium on Manhattan’s Upper East Side occupies a full floor and features access to a private garden, gym and garage. It is selling for $975,000. Fenwick Keats Goodstein has the listing.
No. 8: 94920
- Median home price: $3.28 million
This three-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,347-square-foot Spanish-style stucco home in the section of 94920 that’s in neighboring Tiburon, Calif., offers views and a fireplace. It sells for just less than $3.2 million. William J. Smith has the listing.
No. 9: 10012
- Median home price: $3.22 million
This downtown three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit with two terraces, and a washer and dryer goes for $1.5 million. It is listed with Eychner Associates.
No. 10: 93108
Santa Barbara, Calif.
- Median home price: $3.15 million
This four-bedroom, four-bathroom stucco home in Montecito, Calif., with cathedral ceilings, two fireplaces and a pool, is on sale for $3.25 million. It is listed with Prudential California Realty.