Does the idea of a seven-figure price tag for a home make you a bit queasy? Well, you’re in luck. We’ve found nine million-dollar listings—with price tags just shy of a million bucks. Well, only $1 shy! So don’t call them million-dollar babies, OK? If you must, call ’em $999K babies.
The homes we’ve found don’t skimp on the features you’ve come to expect in posh properties. There feature resort-style backyards, floor-to-ceiling windows, and upgrades aplenty. And the locations are hard to beat.
Let’s take a tour of these nine must-have homes that look like a million bucks, but are all priced at $999,999. Act now! Operators are standing by!
To the nines: Built in 1917, this Arts and Crafts home is updated “for today’s living.” The open floor plan includes a dining room with coffered ceiling, a large living room, and a kitchen with large center island plus breakfast bar. The five-bedroom home includes a finished lower level with rec room that could be a gym, and there’s a big backyard.
Mountain Lakes, NJ
To the nines: You can escape to a tropical paradise without leaving home. The resort-style backyard boasts a solar-heated pool and spa, custom slide, built-in barbecue, fire pit, large palapa, palm trees, and play area with artificial turf. The four-bedroom home features a large family room, formal dining room, updated kitchen and baths, and a large master bedroom with a private balcony. Amenities include surround sound, a smart thermostat, and smart pool controls.
San Diego, CA
To the nines: This custom Colonial includes five upper-level bedrooms, a new roof, windows, and kitchen. Refinished hardwood flooring run on both levels. The living room has a stone fireplace, as does the family room adjacent to the updated kitchen. Outside there’s a brick patio with barbecue, brick walkways, and a grassy backyard.
To the nines: No matter your political affiliation, we can all agree this Craftsman is gorgeous. Built in 1916 but fully renovated, this home now features three levels and high-end finishes throughout. The main floor includes a living and dining space with coffered ceilings, and the chef’s kitchen is appointed with marble countertops and an island with bar seating.
To the nines: Built in 1950, this three-bedroom abode is an ideal respite from the city. There’s a tranquil backyard with picturesque gardens. The master suite offers floor-to-ceiling windows and a luxurious bath. The lower level features a rec room with a fireplace, billiard room, and bath. Outdoors, the slate patio comes with a wet bar and kitchen.
To the nines: This updated Cape Cod on a quiet street blends traditional style with modern updates. The master bedroom features an en suite marble bath and dual vanities. The finished lower level contains a music studio and playroom, two bedrooms, and a full bath. Other amenities include an electric car charger in the two-car garage, new landscaping, and a double-wide driveway.
To the nines: Get out your checkbook! This recently upgraded five-bedroom home features new landscaping. Best of all? The price was recently trimmed by $200,000, bringing it to that magical $999,999 figure. Located in a gated community, the 5,362-square-foot home comes with access to hiking and biking paths, and features mountain views. Interior spaces include a living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, a large kitchen with stone counters and beamed ceiling, and multiple fireplaces.
To the nines: A lake house for just under a million bucks? Yes, please. This Mediterranean-style home sits on 2.3 acres, including lushly landscaped grounds with palm and fruit trees and a large pool. The home itself features oak flooring, an updated kitchen with granite counters, and a formal dining room. Downstairs you’ll find a game room, which opens to a veranda with spectacular views.
To the nines: This Spanish-style bungalow built in 1926 was recently updated from top to bottom. The wood flooring is original, and the front room features a wood-burning fireplace, crown molding, and restored windows. The showpiece kitchen is fully modernized. The three-bedroom home includes a master suite, and the outside space features a covered back porch, kitchen, synthetic grass, towering bamboo, swings, and lounge area.
Source: Housing Trends Feed