America’s Most Expensive Zip Codes in 2013

Househappy —  December 23, 2013 — Leave a comment
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Tudor mansion in zip code 94027: Atherton, CA

Every year FORBES compiles a list of the of most expensive zip codes in the U.S. based off of the listing data for single family houses and condos of more the 22,000 zip codes. Lets just say that we aren’t surprised to see California and New York steal the majority of the top ten spots.

The top 10 most expensive zip codes in America:

  1. 94027: Atherton, CA – Median home price: $6.7M
  2. 94022: Los Altos Hills, CA (Silicon Valley) – Median home price: $5.4M
  3. 10065: New York, NY (The Upper East Side) – Median home price: $4.9M
  4. 94929: Belvedere, CA (Marin County) – Median home price: $4.8M
  5. 11962: Sagaponack, NY (The Hamptons) – Median home price: $4.8M
  6. 10014: New York, NY (Greenwich Village) – Median home price: $4.6M
  7. 10013: New York, NY (SoHo and Tribeca) – Median home price: $4.6M
  8. 07620: Alpine, NJ (Atop the Palisades) – Median home price: $4.5M
  9. 94028: Portola Valley, CA (Silicon valley) – Median home price: $4.3M
  10. 10012: New York, NY (Greenwich Village and SoHo) – Median home price: $4.2M

This article can be found in its original form on Forbes.

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