• $135 Million. The Godfather was filmed in this mash-up of Italian and Spanish styles (there's an art deco nightclub) sitting on 3.7 acres and host to the longest private driveway in Los Angeles.…   See the Image

  • $118.5 Million. Manhattan is bonkers. This penthouse in the Ritz-Carlton beat the $110 million listing for a Woolworth Building spread. This trophy home is wrapped in 15,500 square feet in three…   See the Image

  • $117.5 Million. The neoclassical 9,000-square-footer was never officially listed for sale, but it held the title of "most expensive" sale in the U.S.  Back in 2013 when…   See the Image

  • $102 Million. Suzanne Saperstein listed her 5-acre Fleur de Lys mansion in Los Angeles' Holmby Hills rich enclave for $125 million in 2007. Grand Diva Mariah Carey and hubby Nick…   See the Image

  • $100 Million. Speculation started almost immediately that tech investor Yuri Milner (major Facebook backer and partner of Digital Sky Technologies) nodded yes too many times and overpaid for his…   See the Image

  • $100 Million (and counting). David and Jackie Siegel are building their own modern-era Versailles in Windermere, Florida outside Orlando. A bumpy road on this one -- construction froze…   See the Image

  • Twin Peaks Home of Laura Palmer for Sale, Exterior

    Fans of the critically acclaimed Twin Peaks television series will be thrilled to know that the home used as the residence of Laura Palmer is up for sale. Created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, the…   Read the Blog

  • The annual Wright Mass Modern auction in Chicago gives newbie collectors and discerning pros a chance to get their hands on mid-century home furnishing and art works by Charles and Ray Eames, Ludwig…   See the Gallery

  • Home of Hollywood Legends: Living Room

    This luxurious view home in the Hollywood Hills was Bela Lugosi’s favorite haunt when he bought it in the '30s. It was the first home of Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner when they moved in together in…   Read the Blog

  • Home of Hollywood Legends: Living Room

    This luxurious Hollywood Hills home was Bela Lugosi’s favorite haunt when he bought it in the '30s, and it was the first home of Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner when they moved in together in the '50s.…   See the Gallery