These are the year's most expensive homes on the market as provided by Trulia.com. They're not necessarily massive; some of them are spacious New York penthouses without enough square footage to even qualify as a mansion.
We'll start with the number 10 home, a penthouse priced at $60 million, and work up to the most expensive mansion of the year. What features are included in such dearly priced homes? One of them has a 24 karat-gold-lined swimming pool. Another is on 90 acres of untouched California land. One was designed by an award-winning architect; another employed master craftsmen to install custom features.
Read ahead to see them all.
Fleur De Lys
Price: $125 million
Location: Los Angeles
Square footage: 35,046
Coming in at the No. 1 is the mansion called Fleur de Lys in the Holmbly Hills section of Bel-Air. The enormous mansion built by David Saperstein, and now belonging to his ex-wife, Suzanne, has been on and off the market since 2007. The pair divorced soon after the mansion was completed, so this estate has hardly even been lived in. Listed among the estate's possible interested buyers was Petra Ecclestone, but it was off the market until the day she bought the Spelling Manor in the same neighborhood, after which Fleur de Lys relisted. The house takes normal mansion amenities and supersizes them, so the garage houses nine cars and the screening room seats 50.