If you're planning to buy a home in one of the most expensive housing markets in America, come prepared to shell out over $1 million — or $2 million, or $3 million — for a four-bedroom.
Coldwell Banker recently released its annual Home Listing Report, which ranks the most expensive places to purchase homes in America, and the top 25 locations boast average listing prices no less than seven figures.
To determine the most expensive cities, Coldwell Banker analyzed the average listing price of more than 50,000 four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes for the period between January 2016 and June 2016. The ranking covered 2,168 markets across the US, excluding any with fewer than 10 listings.
From backyard pools to mountain views to granite countertops galore, here's what a four-bedroom home looks like in the 25 most expensive housing markets across America.
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25. Walnut Creek, California
Average cost of a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house: $1,004,900
Median household income: $80,399
Located about 16 miles east of Oakland, Walnut Creek is a community of around 70,000 people.
This four-bedroom, two-bathroom home lists for $1,150,000 and features a backyard that takes full advantage of California's sunny weather with a swimming pool, citrus orchard, vegetable garden, and bee hives.
24. San Jose, California
Average cost of a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house: $1,011,871
Median household income: $83,787
Situated in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose has become a hub of technology. It's home to the Tech Museum of Innovation, where visitors can learn about tech through hands-on experiences.
This 1,668-square-foot home includes a newly-painted sun room, hardwood floors, and a wood-burning fireplace. It's priced at $1,149,000.
23. Concord, Massachusetts
Average cost of a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom house: $1,040,290
Median household income: $132,385
Part of the greater Boston area, Concord sits northwest of the city and is home to around 17,000 people.
This Colonial home is listed for $875,000 and boasts an open kitchen that bleeds into a spacious family room and outdoor deck.
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