3. Fair Field, Sagaponack, New York
Considered as the “largest occupied residential compound” in the USA, Fair Field was named after Fairfield Pond, which is located very close to the estate. It belongs to the billionaire businessman and investor, Ira Rennert. According to the tax assessments of 2012, this precious home values around $248 million.
The mansion spreads in an area of 110,000 square feet, including the main home, which is spread in 66,000-square feet. It is built on the striking beachfront sight of the Atlantic Ocean and features Mediterranean-style tile roof, dozens of chimneys, a 28m long formal dining room, 29 bedrooms, a bowling alley, a basketball court, 39 bathrooms, two squash courts, two tennis courts, and a hot tub worth $1.5 million. Moreover, this super expensive property also has its own power plant in its premises, which makes it one of the most valuable and pricey house of the world.