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- The largest homes currently on the market in the US range from 32,000 to 70,000 square feet.
- We teamed up with Zillow to take a look at the largest homes for sale, from a historic Virginia manor to a recently renovated Bel Air mansion.
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The largest home for sale in the US is a whopping 70,000-square-foot abandoned Philadelphia mansion. To offer some context, that’s about 15,000 square feet larger than the White House.
We teamed up with Zillow to look at the largest homes currently on the US housing market, including Red Sox owner John Henry’s Florida vacation home and Cher’s former Beverly Hills estate. Other luxury properties in the top 25 range from a historic Virginia manor to a recently renovated Bel Air mansion with room to park 80 cars.
Many of these homes have been on the market for years, as luxury homes have become hard to sell. Previous reporting from Business Insider’s Lina Batarags shows that customized houses — like many of the country’s largest — are hard to sell as they include extremely personalized features that do not appeal to every buyer.
Keep reading for a look at the largest homes for sale in the US:
25. A Beverly Hills mansion previously owned by Hollywood names such as Cher and Eddie Murphy is now up for sale. The home has 32,000 square feet of space.
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Size: 32,000 square feet
Bedrooms/Bathrooms: 11 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms
Location: Beverly Hills, California
24. A massive home in Colorado is over 32,000 square feet.
Size: 32,254 square feet
Bedrooms/Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms
Location: Englewood, Colorado
23. Reasonably priced compared to other luxury homes of its size, a 33,000-square-foot Wisconsin mansion is on the market for a little over $3 million.
An aerial view of the Liberty Lake address and surrounding property.
Size: 32,775 square feet
Bedrooms/Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms
Location: Liberty Lake, Wisconsin
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