The 10 Priciest American Homes Sold in 2015
This year's schmanciest listings appeared in just three states.
To commemorate the end of 2015, our friends at Zillow have compiled a list of the most expensive properties that were on the market this year — and while only a choice few could ever afford them, taking a look back is great excuse to fantasize about beautiful homes. Even if we can only dream about 'em, it's still fun to see the amazing architecture, features, and locations that earned them one of these prized spots.
#9 $20 million in New York, New York
Nestled in the heart of Greenwich Village, this New York property dates back to 1900 — and its original interior has been restored to remain (almost exactly) the same. Its wet bar and private terrace are the stuff of dreams — but we also adore the Bohemian history behind it. Unfortunately for us, the town home was sold in October by Shaun Osher and Emily Beare of CORE.