Video of 15 most expensive ZIP codes in America
The 25 most expensive ZIP codes in the US are unsurprisingly concentrated on the coasts.Real estate listings site Property Shark recently used data from all residential transactions closed in 2016 to determine which ZIP codes across the US were most expensive for buyers.
California dominated the list with 17 cities represented, including well-known places like Beverly Hills and its famous 90210 ZIP code.
New York also claimed six spots, with pricey Hamptons favorite Sagaponack coming in at No. 1.
Only ZIP codes containing more than five sold properties were considered for the list. Property Shark helped us find listings that were close to each of the ZIP codes’ median sales price. Check out the full list below:
25. 95030: Los Gatos, California
Median sale price: $2,180,000
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom Los Gatos home will run you around $2.3 million, but it comes complete with hardwood floors, a detached guest house, and four private acres of wooded land.
24. 94123: San Francisco
Median sale price: $2,210,000
In San Francisco, $2.27 million will get you a home like this one, which packs three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a wood burning fireplace, stainless steel appliances, and a formal dining room into 1,900 square feet.
23. 94306: Palo Alto, California
Median sale price: $2,227,500
This three-level home in Palo Alto, on the market for $2.25 million, features quartz countertops, abundant natural light, and a fenced-in patio.
22. 94010: Burlingame, California
Median sale price: $2,234,000
For around $2 million, you can snag a home like this one in Burlingame, which sits close to local schools and parks, and is only a hop, skip, and jump away from Silicon Valley. The 2,180-square-foot house features three bedrooms and two and a half baths.
21. 92657: Newport Coast, California
Median sale price: $2,260,000
This four bedroom Newport Coast home can be found inside the The Pointe gated community. On the market for $2.24 million, it features high-end appliances, quartz countertops, and an outdoor kitchen.
20. 90265: Malibu, California
Median sale price: $2,375,500
Call this four-bedroom, two-bathroom abode home for a little over $2.37 million. In addition to a private pool, it’s also decked out with vaulted ceilings and a spacious kitchen and dining area.
19. 93108: Santa Barbara, California
Median sale price: $2,450,000
For $2.5 million, score this 1,540-square-foot Santa Barbara home right by Montecito Beach. In addition to the killer views, the place features a remodeled kitchen and cathedral ceilings.
18. 92661: Newport Beach
Median sale price: $2,465,000
This three-bedroom home in Newport Beach is just a short walk from the beach. It’s on the market for around $2.3 million and offers tremendous ocean views.
17. 11975: Wainscott, New York
Median sale price: $2,510,000
Minutes away from East Hampton and Sag Harbor, this five-bedroom Wainscott home is going for around $2.5 million. It features covered outdoor dining, a heated backyard pool, and an expansive wraparound porch.
16. 11976: Water Mill, New York
Median sale price: $2,600,000
Full of natural light, this airy and secluded home in Water Mill is on the market for $2.67 million. Located on two acres of private land, it comes complete with multiple outdoor decks, a pool, and a wood burning fireplace.
15. 94024: Los Altos, California
Median sale price: $2,637,000
This $2.5 million home in Los Altos sits at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and offers hardwod floors, a wraparound deck, and a spacious kitchen.
14. 92662: Newport Beach, California
Median sale price: $2,687,500
Just a short walk from the water, this beach style home in Newport Beach is breezy and welcoming, with clean white walls, dark wood floors, and abundant natural light. Make it yours for $2.75 million.
13. 94957: Ross, California
Median sale price: $2,771,250
On the market for around $2 million, this 3,020-square-foot home boasts breaktaking views of Ross Valley and an outdoor sun deck that will let you enjoy California’s fantastic weather all year round.
12. 10282: New York City
Median sale price: $2,784,500
Located in NYC’s TriBeCa neighborhood, this 1,439-square-foot home features 40 feet of windows, an open kitchen, and stunning views of the Hudson River. Building amenities also include a saltwater pool and landscaped courtyard. Make it yours for $2.8 million.
11. 02199: Boston
Median sale price: $2,800,000
Located in one of the only non-California or New York zip codes on the list, this $2.7 million Boston home boasts floor-t0-ceiling windows, granite countertops, and 1,589 square feet of space.
10. 94028: Portola Valley, California
Median sale price: $2,815,000
This Portola Valley home is on the market for around $2.6 million. It comes complete with three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, and high, wood-beamed ceilings. The surrounding forest views add a cozy touch.
9. 94022: Los Altos, California
Median sale price: $2,831,250
Snag this five-bedroom Los Altos home for around $2.7 million. The freshly painted interior is airy and bright, while the newly landscaped backyard provides a quiet, private place to relax.
8. 94301: Palo Alto, California
Median sale price: $2,935,000
For around $3 million, this two-home lot in Palo Alto allows owners a rare opportunity to build the house of their dreams up to 2,600 square feet in size. The newly renovated guesthouse out back boasts 950 square feet of space and can be utilized as a separate rental unit.
7. 90210: Beverly Hills, California
Median sale price: $3,128,250
For just over $3 million, enjoy this luxury penthouse in the heart of Beverly Hills. The unit comes equipped with high ceilings, two master suites, and a private rooftop deck.
6. 10007: New York City
Median sale price: $3,349,657
This two-bedroom, three-bathroom TriBeCa residence offers 10-foot ceilings, gold marble countertops, and a full-size in-unit washer and dryer. It’s on the market for around $3.35 million.
5. 90402: Santa Monica, California
Median sale price: $3,395,000
This cheery Santa Monica home is available for $3.25 million. It boasts a renovated chef’s kitchen, private swimming pool, and loads of outdoor space.
4. 33109: Miami Beach, Florida
Median sale price: $3,400,000
Boasting both pool and beach views, this 2,744-square-foot Miami Beach home is available for around $3.4 million. It also has also high-end appliances and a glass walk-in closet to swoon over.
3. 10013: New York City
Median sale price: $3,808,765
Cool white walls and streams of natural light give this TriBeCa apartment a cozy vibe. The spacious home is on the market for $3.75 million.
2. 94027: Atherton, California
Median sale price: $5,425,000
Available for $5.5 million, this Atherton home features white marble countertops, four spacious bedrooms, and an outdoor kitchen.
1. 11962: Sagaponack, New York
Median sale price: $5,500,000
This classic Hamptons beach house comes complete with a heated pool, outdoor gardens, and a spacious deck, perfect for entertaining all summer. The home is on the market for $5.75 million.