Zillow recently ranked the most expensive zip codes in America based on its , which looks at median home value estimates across the country. Scroll down to see the results, which may not be what you were expecting.
This nine-bedroom home, which sits on 20 acres and is , is being offered for . (The market for luxury Hamptons real estate is so strong that last week Zillow Group launched , a website devoted to the region with listings and town guides.)
The suburb is the most expensive place to live in Silicon Valley. Here's (spoiler alert: five bedrooms).
This includes a 20,000-square-foot main house, a 7,000-square-foot guest house, stables, riding rings, and a tennis court.
Located three miles offshore from Miami, Fisher Island was once the . In the 2000 census, it had the .
An empty lot on less than 3/10 of an acre? That'll be .
A 42-acre estate originally built for the Ford family could be yours for .
94022 includes parts of Palo Alto and Los Altos including Westwind Community Barn, shown here.
"Portola Valley generally attracts the affluent of Silicon Valley who prefer open space, country living, expansive lots, and stunning views," according to the locally based .
This zip code incorates parts of Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica.
Stanford University sits on some of the priciest land in the country.
Move over, Upper East Side mansions. This downtown area is Manhattan's priciest.
The celebrity beachside hangout currently has .
Fires and mudslides hit this Santa Barbara suburb in recent months; even .
A suburb of San Diego, Rancho Santa Fe is home to a 23,500-square-foot estate listed for $44.975 million. (The seller "will entertain offers between $39,900,000 [and] $44,975,000" though.)
Rounding out the list is another Hamptons hamlet. Located between East Hampton and Montauk, low-key Amagansett has been home to celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson, and .