Top 10 Most Expensive Houses For Sale In The U.S. (2 Are Log Homes For Sale!)



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Check this out: 10 of the most expensive homes for sale in the U.S. — according to Zillow.

Two of them are log homes with strikingly different characteristics and a 53,000-square-foot difference between them!

Jackson Hole, Wyoming Log Home For Sale:

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4.5 bathrooms
  • 2,400 square feet
  • 3,016 acres
  • $69,500,000

View all photos of this Wyoming log home for sale.

 

Pagosa Springs, Colorado Log Home For Sale:

  • 27 bedrooms
  • 31 bathrooms
  • 77,000 square feet
  • 3,100 acres
  • $68,000,000

View all photos of this Colorado log home for sale.

 

All 10 of these one-of-a-kind houses range in price from a high of $100 million to a low of $65 million. (Yep, the log homes are on the low end.)

Talk about incredible multi-million dollar homes!

I can’t help but wonder just how many potential buyers these types of homes actually appeal to — in terms of realistically being considered as personal residences.

It’s interesting nonetheless. If I lived near any of them, I’d go to the Open House, that’s for sure!

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