1 Million Dollar Homes from Across the World

With all the buzz about the real estate market in the U.S. and how it’s affecting real estate prices across, I decided to look into what US $1 Million will get you around the world and here’s a sampling of what I found:

Atlanta, GA, USA

Price: $1.05 million
Beds/Bath: 6 beds/6 bath
Amenities: A million dollars will get you far in Atlanta. This two-story brick manse has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, three fireplaces and a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The interior boasts 10-foot ceilings, and the master bathroom includes both a garden tub and whirlpool. Outside, the property rests on a third of an acre and has a three-car garage and a backyard deck.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Price: $1.1 million
Beds/Bath: 4 bed

Amenities: This 7,500-square-foot home on just over one-half acre features four bedrooms, including a master suite with a dressing room and a bathroom with a whirlpool tub. The garden boasts a large veranda, in-ground pool and covered barbeque area.

For more information, please contact Reynolds Propiedades Argentina Real Estate.

Chicago, IL, USA

Price: $1.1 million
Beds/Bath: 4 bed

Amenities: Located in the historic Lakewood/Balmoral neighborhood of Chicago, this recently renovated townhome includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The large downstairs family room opens to a cedar deck and backyard with a gas barbeque hookup and a two-car garage. The kitchen has professional appliances and the entire first floor has been outfitted with radiant heat to offset those cold Windy City winters.

San Jose de Pinilla, Costa Rica

Price: $1 million
Beds/Bath: 3 bed/3bath

Amenities: This Spanish Colonial-inspired home sits on a half-acre within the Reserva de Golf beach community in the Guanacaste region of the country. It has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a solarium and spacious kitchen as well as maid’s and guest rooms and an outdoor pool.

Johannesburg, South Africa

Price: $1 million
Beds/Bath: 4 bed/3.5bath

Amenities: This contemporary masterpiece boasts four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, as well as a massive chef’s kitchen and expansive, covered patio for outdoor entertaining. Health nuts will find much to keep them occupied in the gym room while the busy executive can hunker down in the home office.

London, UK

Price: $1 million
Beds/Bath: 2 bed/1bath

Amenities: The dollar may be weak compared with the pound, but with a million of them, you can buy a two-bedroom, one-bathroom, second-floor apartment in this stately Victorian building in Belsize Village, a neighborhood filled with restaurants and shops just northwest of downtown London.

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Price: $1.07 million
Beds/Bath: 5 bed/3.5bath

Amenities: Built in 1891, this Queen Anne Victorian is a California historical cultural landmark dubbed the Ernest Wood House. Three stories, with wood-carved stairway railings, the 2,880-square-foot home has five bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, hardwood floors, a formal dining room and five fireplaces. Outside, a covered wrap-around porch looks out on the landscaped yards and gardens of this 13,000-square-foot lot, which includes a backyard gazebo.

New York, NY, USA

Price: $1.05 million
Beds/Bath: 3 bed/3bath

Amenities: Though only 794 square feet, this midtown apartment has sweeping views of downtown Manhattan, the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty through its floor-to-ceiling windows. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom space is in the Orion building, which has a health club, 60-foot lap pool, Jacuzzis, saunas, a screening room, onsite concierge service and free breakfast for residents.
Paris, France

Price: $1 million
Beds/Bath: 3 bed/2bath

Amenities: Located in the 20th arrondissement of Nation, this three-level townhouse on a quiet lane features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living and dining rooms and a study, which faces a 260-square-foot private garden. There is also a wine cellar for oenophiles to store their Loire Valley bottles.

Rome, Italy

Price: $1 million
Beds/Bath: 2 bed/2bath

Amenities: Boasting beamed wooden ceilings, a living room, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this restored apartment is on the third floor of the medieval building, pictured, in Via San Cosimato, which is close to the Piazza San Maria in Trastevere.
Sydney, Australia

Price: $1.15 million
Beds/Bath: 3 bed/2bath

Amenities: Designed to take advantage of its position on Sydney Harbor, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment has expansive views from its north-facing balcony. Set in the Jacksons Landing waterfront, the apartment has a gourmet kitchen with marble floors and stainless steel appliances, two parking spaces, walk-in closets in all bedrooms and access to tennis courts, a pool, a gym and nearby harborside parks.
Tel Aviv, Israel

Price: $1.2 million
Beds/Bath: 5 bed/5bath

Amenities: Not only does this immaculately kept penthouse offer stunning sea views and a spacious outdoor deck, but living areas are suitable for entertaining and five bedrooms.

Tokyo, Japan

Price: $1.1 million
Beds/Bath: 4 bed/3bath

Amenities: This 1,700-square-foot, four-bedroom home is located in the Megoro-Ku section of the city, which offers fine dining and shopping, as well as quiet residential areas. It has parking for two cars and a traditional Tatami, or meditation, room.

Toronto, Canada

Price: $1.2 million
Beds/Bath: 2 bed/3bath

Amenities: A two-bedroom, three-bathroom condo is one of 45 custom-designed apartment in this elegant building that offers residents an indoor pool and fitness center, formal gardens, a billiards room and a library that can be used for entertaining.

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16 Comments

  1. ooooh
    TelAviv not looking bad
    but GA look like dem win hands down..
    but we all knew that! :P

  2. The South African home is the most beautiful and spacious home yet, that I’ve seen. My next best favorite would be the the home in Asutralia, the view of the city light is unforgetable. Costa Rica has that lavish feel as well as look to it.

    New York million dollar homes are not spacious at all. They are normally sized apartments with very high ceilings. At one million dollars or more a pop, in my opinion it’s not all that worth it.
    I think I rather fly on a plane for 24 hr, run along side wild lions to get the beautiful home of Johannsberg, South Africa.

  3. i really love such nice houses

  4. Great post you got here. It would be great to read something more about this matter.

  5. truly d finest house of all is the one in south africa followed by the australian but i want to ask and i want a reply from the forrester either 2 my e mail or back 2 dis site, d glass of both house is it bullet proof or ordinary, i ask d question considering dat if there is crises or there is gun attack, what level of safety does the owner/occupant have?THANKS

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  8. what you will get with 1 mill in Singapore.
    one level 4 rm flat. below 850 sq ft.
    I’m local and and i will never ever buy a home here.

  9. i’ve got another one! Bishan, Singapore,a small
    four room flat

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