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This Is the Most Expensive Home For Sale in Your State

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Massachusetts
> Price: $39,000,000 (15th most expensive on this list)
> Address: 41 Jefferson Avenue, Nantucket
> Size of home: 7,210 sq. feet

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Michigan
> Price: $11,500,000 (11th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 1558 Dutton Rd, Rochester
> Size of home: 16,500 sq. feet

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Minnesota
> Price: $12,000,000 (14th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 36463 Butternut Point Road, Pequot Lakes
> Size of home: 12,437 sq. feet

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Mississippi
> Price: $12,250,000 (15th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 205 S Valley Rd, Poplarville
> Size of home: 6,200 sq. feet

Source: Courtesy of SPENCER CARLOCK with EXP Realty, LLC via Point2Homes.com

Missouri
> Price: $9,999,999 (10th least expensive on this list)
> Address: 2608 & 2606 Arrowhead Estates Rd, Village of Four Seasons
> Size of home: 12,800 sq. feet

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