Not Feeling Like a Million Bucks? Here Are 9 Must-Have Homes Priced at $999,999!

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!

380 Morris Ave, Mountain Lakes, NJ

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


10272 Aviary Dr, San Diego, CA

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


6110 Calwood Way, Rockville, MD

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.

Rockville, MD


1347 Franklin St NE, Washington, DC

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.

Washington, DC


18 Deerhurst Rd, Scarsdale, NY

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.

Scarsdale, NY


14 Windy Knls, Greenwich, CT

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.

Greenwich, CT


14246 S Canyon Dr, Phoenix, AZ

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.

Phoenix, AZ


19827 Country Lake Dr, Magnolia, TX

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.

Magnolia, TX


2115 W Southview Ave, Tampa, FL

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.

Tampa, FL

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