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This Is the Most Expensive Home For Sale in Your State

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Alabama
> Price: $12,300,031 (16th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 2510 Kirby Bridge Rd, Decatur
> Size of home: 3,614 sq. feet

Source: Courtesy of Jennifer I. via Yelp

Alaska
> Price: $9,000,000 (9th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 5260 Kachemak Dr, Homer
> Size of home: 17,000 sq. feet

Source: Courtesy of Dana Bloom with Engel & Volkers Scottsdale via Point2Homes.com

Arizona
> Price: $28,000,000 (18th most expensive on this list)
> Address: 20958 North 112th Street, Scottsdale
> Size of home: 13,617 sq. feet

Source: Courtesy of All Seasons Real Estate via Point2Homes.com

Arkansas
> Price: $7,000,000 (7th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 115 West Van Buren, Eureka Springs
> Size of home: 14,500 sq. feet

Source: Courtesy of Point2Homes.com

California
> Price: $225,000,000 (the most expensive on this list)
> Address: 33550 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu
> Size of home: 25,025 sq. feet

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