CashNetUSA has released a new report detailing the most expensive neighborhoods in the nation. They’ve found the most expensive places to live coast to coast and that includes Washington state. Let’s see just which Eastside neighborhood made the list.
The most expensive neighborhood in the United States is currently the 94027 zip code in Atherton, California, with a median home value of $6.7 million. Other neighborhoods in California also made the list, including Beverly Hills and Malibu.
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The top 10 most expensive neighborhoods in the US are as follows.
- Atherton, California (94027) – $6.7 million
- Beverly Hills, California (90210) – $4.9 million
- Sagaponack, New York (11962) – $4.3 million
- Los Altos Hills, California (94022) – $4.1 million
- Manhattan Beach, California (90266) – $3.9 million
- Hillsborough, California (94010) – $3.8 million
- Malibu, California (90265) – $3.6 million
- Darien, Connecticut (06820) – $3.4 million
- Alpine, New Jersey (07620) – $3.2 million
- Medina, Washington (98039) – $2.7 million
When it comes to Washington state, the most expensive neighborhood is Medina, located on the east side of Lake Washington. The median home value in Medina is $2.7 million, making it one of the most expensive places to live in the state. Medina is known for its high-end real estate and waterfront properties, as well as its proximity to other affluent areas like Bellevue and Mercer Island.
In addition to the high cost of living, Medina also offers residents access to top-rated schools, beautiful parks, and exclusive amenities like the Overlake Golf and Country Club. Despite the steep prices, many people are drawn to Medina’s luxurious lifestyle and picturesque surroundings.
Pricey pricey… Why not also check out the most affordable places to live around Seattle while you’re at it?
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