It’s no secret that the economy is still recovering, and much slower than many of us would like. While a slow economy means cutbacks and scrimping and saving for many, it doesn’t necessarily mean that for everybody.
While some people are fighting to keep their modest one or two-bedroom homes, others are sitting in the lap of luxury, sipping wine while watching their shows on http://www.direct.tv and are even looking to sell their multi-million dollar home for an even bigger, pricier one. That’s just how things end up sometimes, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be in awe of some of these amazing million-dollar houses that are out there.
According to Forbes.com, the zip codes with the largest, most expensive houses are 91008, 94027, and 90274, all of which are located in California. In each of these zip coes, the median pricing for a home sits comfortably near the $4 million mark. Amazing, isn’t it? Chicago is another city where pricy homes and condos are being bought and sold almost regularly. Despite the drowning housing market, luxury homes are still selling at a decent rate. Homes with ten bedrooms, bowling alleys, multiple in-ground pools, and multiple-car garages are still being plucked off the market almost daily.
While owning one of these amaxing homes may be out of your reach, there’s never a reason to stop trying to reach for what you want in life. While you’re on the ride, why not stop and admire some of these beautiful, if all-too-pricy houses? If nothing else, they’ll make for some beautiful photographs in your personal collection.