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A foreclosed home can bring to mind properties that aren’t very well taken care of – unkempt yards, sagging rooflines, and broken windows. In reality, foreclosures come in all shapes and sizes.

Even the most luxurious of homes can end up in foreclosure, and that can be good news for buyers looking for a deal. According to Vija Williams, Zillow Premier Agent and Principal of VIJA Group Real Estate, higher value foreclosed homes can be an opportunity to get a much more affordable price.

Here’s a list of some of the most expensive foreclosed homes on the market today, with the listings being current as of June 6, 2019.

The Most Expensive Foreclosures in America

1. Los Angeles, California: $6.99 million

  • Location: 13023 W Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049
  • Beds and Baths: Five bedrooms and nine bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 11,616
  • Special Features: This gated home has a chef’s kitchen, private balcony off the master suite, wet bar, home theater, and more. According to Zillow, the sale is “subject to bankruptcy court approval and overbid.”
  • Listing: Zillow

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2. Woody Creek, Colorado: $6.295 million

  • Location: 6067 Woody Creek Rd., Woody Creek, CO 81656
  • Beds and Baths: Four bedrooms and 3.25 bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 12,307
  • Special Features: Less than a half hour away from Aspen, this home sits on 15 acres of land. Inside, there are floors from an abbey dating back to the 18th century, windows from Italy, and beams from a sawmill in Oregon. Outside is an outdoor fireplace, an enclosed stable, and more.
  • Listing: Zillow

3. Bigfork, Montana: $5.395 million

  • Location: 513 Remington Rd., Bigfork, MT 59911
  • Beds and Baths: Seven bedrooms and six bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 16,083
  • Special Features: Surrounded by trees and mountains and with a small pond off to the front, this home features multiple fireplaces, large bathrooms, and loads of nooks to relax in, plus a bar and game room.
  • Listing: Zillow

4. Boca Raton, Florida: $4.395 million

  • Location: 21582 Cartagena Dr., Boca Raton, FL 33428
  • Beds and Baths: 16 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 24,927
  • Special Features: This home on a private cul-de-sac features a pool, spa, private guest house, and recreational room.
  • Listing: Zillow

5. Sarasota, Florida: $3.40 million

  • Location: 1726 Questar Ln., Sarasota, FL 34231
  • Beds and Baths: Four bedrooms and seven bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 6,719
  • Special Features: With views of Sarasota Bay, this home built in 2004 features a library, media and game room, bar, wine cellar, pool, pier, and more.
  • Listing: Zillow

6. Miami Beach, Florida: $2.99 million

  • Location: 1565 Cleveland Rd., Miami Beach, FL 33141
  • Beds and Baths: Four bedrooms and five bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 4,812
  • Special Features: This home was designed with the boater in mind, and in the style of a home in Greece. The home comes with a deck, private dock, and boat lift.
  • Listing: Zillow

7. Stone Harbor, New Jersey: $2.695 million

  • Location: 10 97th St., Stone Harbor, NJ 08247
  • Beds and Baths: Four bedrooms and four bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 2,394
  • Special Features: With an expansive deck and second-floor living room, this home has been optimized for ocean views. More features include a fireplace and jacuzzi, and it’s walking distance to the beach.
  • Listing: Zillow

8. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: $2.60 million

  • Location: 9408 Lake Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
  • Beds and Baths: Five bedrooms and five bathrooms
  • Square Feet: 7,200
  • Special Features: This formal, upscale home has marble floors along the grand foyer, a “keeping room,” library, wet bar, and more. There’s even a greenhouse, a sunroom, and a hot tub. Outside is a pool and lake view.
  • Listing: Zillow

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