7 Ridiculously Expensive Homes Of 2013 We Couldn't Look Away From (PHOTOS)

Only time will tell if the real estate rebound will continue into the new year, though for well-heeled homebuyers now is as good a time as any to get in.

So where does one buy when money is no object? 2013's ranking of the most expensive zip codes in the country is one place to start. But we thought we'd take our search even further and asked our friends at Zillow and Realtor.com for help. (We can dream, can't we?) Here's a compilation of some the most expensive homes for sale across the U.S. this year, including a residence that's slated to be the largest single family home in New York City, a home where John and Jacqueline Kennedy spent part of their honeymoon and the famous Owlwood Estate being sold by a real househusband of Beverly Hills.

$150 Million, Holmby Hills, CA
The Owlwood Estate. View the full listing at The Agency.
$140 Million, Greenwich, CT
50.5 acre estate. 12 beds, 8 baths, 13,519 square feet. View the full listing at Zillow.com.
$135 Million, Dallas, TX
Last January, the famed, 42,500-square-foot Crespi/Hicks Estate in Dallas was the most expensive home on the market in the country.
$130 Million, New York, NY
The Residence at River House. 8 beds, 10 baths. Slated to be the largest single family home in New York City. View the full listing at Zillow.com .
$118 Million, West Tisbury, MA
4-bedroom primary residence, 1-bedroom beach house and 314 acres. View the full listing at Zillow.com.
$115 Million, Beverly Hills, CA
The Legendary Beverly House. 3.7 acres built by banking executive Milton Getz. Features an outdoor terrace accommodating up to 400 for sit-down dining, an art-deco night club, wine cellar, and spa facilities with a gym and massage room. View the full listing at Hilton Hyland.
$114 Million, New York, NY
6-story Upper East Side mansion. 7 beds, 9 baths, 20,000 square feet. View the full listing at Realtor.com.

And even more ridiculously pricey homes...

10 Homes Over $100 Million Dollars

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