5 Richest Neighborhoods in the United States

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Just where are all the rich and famous people living in this world? If you’re ever driving around and wondering where all your favorite stars live, you can wonder no more. We know exactly what neighborhoods home the rich and famous and we’re going to tell you all about it. You can cruise and look at some of the biggest and most luxurious house in the world.

Beverly Hills, CA

It should come as no surprise that this would be the wealthiest neighborhood in the United States. It’s right next door to Hollywood and placed in Los Angeles, the nations second biggest city. The weather here is probably one of its biggest draw and the fact that it is close to the city, mountains, beach and desert. In the 1990’s they even made the show Beverly Hills 90210 that took place in this particular neighborhood.

New York, NY

There isn’t quite anywhere on earth like New York. It is the biggest city in the United States and is one of the most expensive places to like if you have your sights set on the Upper West Side. The Lincoln Square neighborhood had 17 homes that were selling well over the price of $10 million. You can only imagine the perfect life of luxury you’d have living in one of these amazing New York homes.

Aspen, CO

It should surprise no one that Aspen is one of the most sought after locations to live amongst the rich and famous. Colorado provides the high quality of mountain life in the United States. Now take that mountain life and add the luxury of Beverly Hills and you got everyone’s dream right them. We also can’t forget to mention the amazing skiing going on over there.

Bel Air, CA

Bel Air has over 12 homes selling for over $10 million this year. The neighborhood located on the westside of Los Angeles has been the home to many rich and famous throughout the years. It probably most known for being the location of Will Smith’s popular 1990’s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

Miami Beach, Florida

South Miami Beach is home to some of the most luxurious homes in the United States, but that is far from all it supplies. The state also has some of the country’s best weather, wildest parties and lively beaches. If California is too far away, Florida is definitely the place to go.


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