As 2012 comes to an end, it’s time again to look back over the past 12 months and check out some of the most expensive homes in the U.S., including a $150 million Richard Landry-designed home in Los Angeles with 28 bedrooms.
Curbed compiled the list of the top 10 most expensive home listings in 2012 across the U.S. and noted that there were three Los Angeles-area homes that had $150 million price tags, three $95 million New York-area apartments and the renowned Gianni Versace mansion in Miami Beach, which was listed for $125 million.
The top three listings on the list all were priced at $150 million, and all were listed in the Los Angeles area. The first is a 40,000-square-foot Richard Landry-designed mansion in Bel Air (pictured above), which was recently listed in November. The four-story home features 28 homes, a full-service spa, a master suite outfitted with white onyx and a spine-like helix staircase.
The second listing is also priced at $150 million and is located in Beverly Hills. Sitting on 9.86 acres, the home dubbed ‘Owlwood’ is owned by billionaire widow Dawn Arnall and features 12,000 square feet.
The third megmansion listing, also rumored to be priced at $150 million, is owned by real estate investor Jeff Greene and is located in Beverly Hills.
The remaining seven most expensive properties in the U.S. include:
The former Gianni Versace mansion in Miami Beach, listed for $125 million
The CitySpire building triplex penthouse in New York City, listed for $100 million
Leroy Schecter’s 15 Central Park West apartment, listed for $95 million
The Ritz-Carlton penthouse in Central Park South, listed for $95 million
Gilbert Haroche’s 7,000-square-foot apartment in the Sherry-Netherland Hotel, listed for $95 million
A waterfront estate in Martha’s Vineyard, listed for $92 million
Gabriel Brener’s 3.7-acre estate on the site of Walt Disney’s last home in Los Angeles, listed for $90 million