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10 Most Expensive Mansions for sale in United States as of 1/1/2008
$165 million
Beverly Hills, Calif. Once the home of newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst, this 6.5-acre mega-mansion in Beverly Hills was built in 1926 and was featured in the film The Godfather. The compound comprises six buildings that have a total of 29 bedrooms. There are three swimming pools and a movie theater.

$125 million
Fleur de Lys  Beverly Hills, Calif.
Suzanne Saperstein's gem is aptly called the Fleur de Lys. Modeled after Louis XIV's palace at Versailles, the 45,000-square-foot home took five years to build following Saperstein's accumulation of five acres in Holmby Hills during the 1990s. Should strolling the grounds bore you, there is a 50-seat screening room, a library filled with first-edition books, and a nine-car garage.
$125 million
Dunnellen Hall  Greenwich, Conn.
On 40 acres of rolling hills, with lawns and meadows broken up by tree lines that provide privacy, this Jacobean manor has 21,897 square feet, 14 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. Vaulted ceilings, travertine marble floors, bay windows, limestone walls and wood paneling are notable interior features, as is a 52-foot-long indoor swimming pool.
$100 million
Tranquility   Lake Tahoe, Nev.
This 210-acre property is owned by Joel Horowitz, co-founder of Tommy Hilfiger. The 20,000-square-foot main house is modeled after a Northern European mountain home and has a 3,500-bottle wine cellar. An indoor swimming pool and atrium, as well as a 19-seat movie theater, ensure constant entertainment, even if you're snowed in.
$100 million
Maison de L'Amitiť   Palm Beach, Fla.
In 2004 Donald Trump bought former health care executive Abe Gosman's palace, Maison de L'Amitiť, center, at a bankruptcy auction for $41.25 million. The refurbished version comes complete with a ballroom, conservatory, 100-foot-long ballroom and 475 feet of oceanfront.
$95 million
Hillandale  Stamford, Conn.
With its stone construction, hedged gardens, grass tennis court, manicured gardens and distinctive chimneys, Hillandale has all the markings of an English country manor. The 20,000-square-foot residence has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. It's so big that the property straddles the New York-Connecticut border. Also include four guest and staff residences and two barns, and five miles of private roads.
$88 million
BootJack Ranch  Pagosa Springs, Colo.
The main house is 13,800 square feet and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, nestled on 3,100 acres. Outlying guest cabins and lodges can host up to 50 people and bring the total interior space up to 77,000 square feet. In addition, there's a 12,000-square-foot spa and aquatic center.
$85 million
Bel Air, Calif.
One of the last homes designed by famed California architect Wallace Neff, this estate rests on seven acres of land in the Holby Hills area of Bel Air. Lawns, walking paths and gardens surround the 12-bedroom, 10-bathroom main house, and there's also a hardcourt tennis court and pool. Inside, the home bends around a giant central atrium with curving hallways and overlooks.
$80 million
Southampton, N.Y.
The interior space of 13,500 square feet across four stories contains nine bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, four powder rooms and a movie theater. That's enough to catch anyone's eye, but what's really unique about this property is the waterfront. The home is situated between a pond and the ocean, and there is 1,000 feet of shorefront and 1,000 feet of pond front.
$75 million
The Portabello Estate   Corona del Mar, Calif.
The triple oceanfront lot along the Pacific Ocean in Southern California is only part of what makes the Portabello Estate so pricey. The unique design resembles a nautilus shell, with a dramatic grotto surrounded by "chambers." Built in 2002, the home has eight bedrooms and 10 full baths in nearly 30,000 square feet of ultramodern space.