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Business Insider and Point2Homes have compiled a list of the most expensive homes currently for sale in every state, plus Washington, DC.

The 51st most expensive home in the United States and most expensive home in North Dakota is an 8,727-square-foot home with five bedrooms that would set you back about $2.78 million.

Coming in at 9th on the list is a home on Ocean Ave. in Newport, RI that will set you back $45 million;

(Recommended Read: 10 Most Expensive Homes Currently For Sale in Newport)

9: RHODE ISLAND: Nicknamed “Seaward,” this Newport estate has six bedrooms, an infinity pool, and more than 45 acres of land.

The most expensive home in the United States? That would go to a home in California that is currently priced at $149 million.

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