I was reading an article in Forbes recently and they were discussing what a million dollar home looked like in different parts of the country. They had some examples that were interesting. My question to you is, what is a million dollar home in your town? Put it in the comments with a link.
Here are some examples that will boggle your mind.
Greenwich Connecticut: a 1,400 square foot bungalow.
And then travel 109 miles up the road to Springfield, Massachusetts and you can buy a slightly larger home. Slightly larger means 11,000 square feet, or almost 8 times larger.
If you are looking in the South, Durham, North Carolina offers a college atmosphere and access to the triad region. This 7,253 square foot home sits on 2.3 acres and has 5 bedrooms.
To see more, visit Forbes.com, and don’t forget to leave a link with the million dollar homes in your region.