If you’re looking to drop a chunk of change on a house worth $20 million or more, look no more, your luxury Casa awaits your attention below. These mansions are some of America’s most expensive homes and have price tags of no less than $20 million. Monthly mortgage payments on these homes are more than the annual salaries of most Americans; down payments range from $5 million to $33 million.
941 Park Avenue #3A, New York, New York 10028
This $20 million corner apartment is located in New York’s Upper East Side. The Upper Level of this 13-room duplex consists of five master bedrooms and three master bathrooms; the lower level offers a living room with a WBFPL (I’m guessing that’s short for wood burning fireplace), dining room, library, 10’6″x27’6″ gallery, kitchen, breakfast room, laundry and two maid’s rooms with a bath.
The home requires a 50% down payment of $10 million and has monthly maintenance costs of $6,622. If you are interested in the home, your monthly payment on this beauty would be a mere $66,530. That’s with a 7% 30-year fixed rate mortgage. Total estimated monthly costs for maintenance and a mortgage falls just over $73,000. To learn more about this home, view the listing online or contact Lois Lawrence at (212) 650-4812.
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Estimated Broker Commission: 3% = $600,000 – 6% = $1.2 million
Los Olivos, CA, United States
In Southern, California, MJ Ranch sits on 251.36 acres and is available for a meager $25 million. This mansion boasts six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, a health club, a parking garage, a pool and a three-bedroom guesthouse. Features of this Mediterranean estate include hand crafted windows and doors, sandalwood floors, Turkish travertine, granite countertops, custom cabinetry, hydraulic bar/counter and high ceilings.
With a $5 million down payment and a 30-year fixed rate loan at 7%, your monthly payment will only be $133,060. There was no information about monthly maintenance fees. For more information about this mansion, call Suzanne Perkins at (805) 565-8643 or view the listing online.
Estimated Broker Commission: 3% = $750,000 – 6% = $1.5 million
1683 Maroon Creek Rd Aspen, CO 81611
If you’re looking to spend nearly $30 million on a luxury home in Aspen, this Maroon Creek waterfront mansion comes in under budget at $29.5 million. The home sits on nearly 2 acres and consists of 14,842 square feet of living space, six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a family/media room, an exercise room, a large office, a 4-car garage and caretaker quarters. Amenities in this home include a designer kitchen, granite countertops, fireplaces, hardwood floors, a wine cellar and a wood deck; hiking, fishing and skiing areas are all nearby.
With $5.9 million down and a 30-year fixed rate mortgage at 7%, you can enjoy monthly mortgage payments of only $157,011. The monthly maintenance costs were not listed, but annual taxes are only $8,384. For more information on this Aspen mansion, call Carrie Wells at (888) 308-6558 or view the listing online.
Estimated Broker Commission: 3% = $885,000 – 6% = $1.77 million
2901 Broadway San Francisco, CA 94115
In San Francisco, California, you’ll discover a $45 million hilltop mansion with views of the Golden Gate and the North Bay from nearly every room. This Italian Renaissance home is complete with a Grand reception hall, elegant formal rooms, marble stairway, seven bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, library, music room, office, recreation room, elevator, garden and private tennis court. The home was built in 1927 and is located on the Gold Coast in the Pacific Heights sub district of San Francisco.
If you throw down $6 million and get a 30-year fixed rate mortgage at 7%, your monthly payment is only $239,508. For more information about this home, call Dona Crowder at (415) 447-6244 or view the listing online.
Estimated Broker Commission: 3% = $1.35 million – 6% = $2.7 million
Beverly Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 90210
If you like the Godfather, you might like this $165 million Beverly Hills Mansion. The Hearst Mansion, once owned by William Randolph Hearst, sits on 6.5 acres and offers 75,000 square feet of living space, 29 bedrooms and 40 bathrooms. This three story Mediterranean villa was built in 1926; the entire Hearst compound consists of six buildings, three swimming pools and a movie theater.
So what’s the monthly payment on this bad boy? With a 30-year fixed rate mortgage at 7%, you are looking at a measly $878,199; did I mention the down payment of $33 million? Unfortunately, there’s no information about the monthly maintenance fees, but you could probably put the $33 million down and end up paying a tad bit less than $1 million per month when it’s all said a done. For more information about the Hearst Mansion, call Ron Fillion at (305) 742-3435.
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Estimated Broker Commission: 3% = $4.95 million – 6% = $9.9 million
The information above was gathered from Yahoo! real estate, Trulia and each of the listing agent’s websites. All mortgage, broker commission and down payment information is estimated.