Name the Price: Mansions

Name the Price: Mansions
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If you happen to have $100 million lying around, hey, you're in luck! Almost all of these behemoths were actually on the market at press time. Grab your diamond-encrusted cell phone and call your realtor before some other gazillionaire does.
"The Manor," the Spelling home in Holmby Hills, Calif.: 123 rooms and 57,000 square feet (5,295 square meters), including a 17,000-square-foot (1,579-square-meter) attic and the infamous gift-wrapping room
$60 million
$150 million
Candy Spelling put this humble cottage on the market in March 2009 for a whopping $150 million, making it the most expensive house in the world.
$210 million

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No. 10 Belgrave Square, London: six stories, 21,000 square feet (1,950 square meters), 12 bedrooms
$150 million
This massive white stucco beauty is on sale for €100 million, the equivalent of $150 million, tying it with the Spelling mansion.
$160 million
$170 million

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Fleur de Lys in Holmby Hills, Calif.: 53,000 square feet (4,924 square meters), 16 bedrooms, 15 baths in 18th-century French palace style
$145 million
$135 million
$125 million
This $125 million Beverly Hills beauty was the most expensive in the world until the Spelling place beat it out.

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Dunnellen Hall in Greenwich, Conn.: 20,000 square feet (1,858 square meters), 13 bedrooms, 52-foot indoor pool
$75 million
Leona Helmsley's former home was first placed on the market for $125 million, but now it's down to a paltry $75 million.
$100 million
$125 million

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No. 31 Belgrave Square, London: newly refurbished, 20,000 square feet (1,858 square meters), 12 bedrooms
$65 million
$85 million
$120 million
If you have the equivalent of $120 million, this gigantic London townhome is all yours.

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Maison de l'Amitie, Palm Beach Fla.: 80,000 square feet (7,432 square meters) on the ocean, ballroom, conservatory, 15 full baths and eight half-baths
$125 million
$115 million
$95 million
Donald Trump's beachfront home was originally $125 million, but he had to dramatically drop the price before he found a buyer for $95 million.

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Place des Etats Unis, Paris: 40 rooms, 15 bedrooms, 20 indoor parking spaces
$118 million
$128 million
$138 million
Parlez-vous francais? Avez-vous $138 million?

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Manalapan Residence, Palm Beach, Fla.: new construction on 5.5 acres, 24 bathrooms, 6,100-square-foot (566-square-meter) master bedroom suite
$135 million
Want your new house to have 10 wet bars and a butterfly garden? Ready to shell out $135 million?
$100 million
$65 million

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Villa Leopolda, French Riviera: built in 1900 by the king of Belgium, 20 acres of gardens
$700 million
$750 million
The richest man in Russia was reportedly ready to pay €390 million ($750 million) for this baby in 2008, but he backed out and the $55 million deposit was donated to charity.
$800 million

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The average house in the United States in March 2009
$169,400
$175,200
The average sale price of homes in the United States has been rising in 2009, but it's still only $175,200. That's not even enough for a pool cabana.
$191,200

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