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This Is the Most Expensive Home For Sale in Your State

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Hawaii
> Price: $59,500,000 (8th most expensive on this list)
> Address: 9 Bay Dr,Lahaina
> Size of home: 6,645 sq. feet

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Idaho
> Price: $19,750,000 (25th most expensive on this list)
> Address: 105 Camas Rd, Ketchum
> Size of home: 10,362 sq. feet

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Illinois
> Price: $45,000,000 (12th most expensive on this list)
> Address: 1932 N Burling Street, Chicago
> Size of home: 25,000 sq. feet

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Indiana
> Price: $30,000,000 (17th most expensive on this list)
> Address: 10285 W Youth Camp Road, Columbus
> Size of home: 19,714 sq. feet

Source: Courtesy of Hoien Realty via Point2Homes.com

Iowa
> Price: $11,900,000 (13th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 16216 and 1615 IA-86, Spirit Lake
> Size of home: 24,876 sq. feet

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