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10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

(MoneyWatch) Want to own a home that rivals the president's?

While few properties on the market can match the six-story, 55,000-square-foot White House, some come close. Indeed, the homes that follow are so big that they typically have staff quarters for all the help you would need to run a palatial mansion. They have features most homeowners could only dream about, from a nail salon to a 3-D movie theater to an underground firing range.

The smallest home on this list is more than 10 times the size of the average home. The largest house is the size of a football field, and only one is owned by a wealthy celebrity.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Beverly Hills oasis

Set on 20 acres overlooking Beverly Hills, this $47.5 million, 30,000 square-foot mansion has seven bedrooms, 22 bathrooms, staff quarters with three additional bedrooms and a separate kitchen, as well as an elevator and garage that accommodates 27 cars.

The home also has a gourmet kitchen, gym, game room, projection screening room and wine cellar. The grounds feature orchards, fountains, swimming pool, pool house with kitchen and pizza oven, tennis court, and walking paths.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Capital expense

At 36,740 square feet, this $26 million Washington, D.C., home is big for a reason -- it's zoned not only to serve as a personal residence but also as a possible embassy, foundation headquarters, association or club. President Calvin Coolidge lived in the home in 1927 and hosted Charles Lindbergh there after his solo transatlantic flight.

The home has 16 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, but none of the other fancy elements you'd find in modern mansions, like a pool or a media room. It is located in one of the most historic areas of Washington D.C. -- Dupont Circle -- and is just a mile from the White House, and two miles from the National Mall.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Winged estate

Perhaps the largest homes in Philadelphia, this $14 million modern estate has 36,957 square feet and is divided into three wings over 29 acres. The north wing is the family section; the east wing has two dining rooms; and the south wing is devoted to the living room, grand foyer and media room.

The home maximizes views of its large courtyard through floor-to-ceiling windows, and the hallways were designed to display vast art collections. The home also includes 10 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, a pool and an indoor basketball court.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Resort-style living

Beat out by ex-boxer Evander Holyfield's home, this 40,000 square-foot home is just shy of being the largest in Georgia. It has several full kitchens, two gyms, a ballroom, recording studio, hair and nail salon, fitness center, steam room, cigar room and theater, plus an enormous courtyard pool. And it will set you back nearly $20 million.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Total knockout

At 44,234 square feet, this roughly $8 million mansion is the largest home in Georgia. It is owned by former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield, as evidenced by its location on Evander Holyfield Highway, and has been used in films and TV shows.

The home sits on 105 acres and has 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, a dining room that seats about 100 people, a 350,000 gallon outdoor pool, indoor bowling alley and lap pool, a second home and a horse barn.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Florida paradise

Paradisio Del Mar, as this 45,143 square-foot, $32.5 million mansion is known, is located on Florida's coast on two acres of natural dunes. The property features an oceanfront cottage, firepit and raised walkway that leads to a private beach.

The main residence overlooks Lake Worth and the intracoastal waters in Palm Beach. The home opens to two marble staircases that lead to the seven bedrooms. The home has a pool, massive media room, library, study and boat dock.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

3-D glasses not included

This $68.8 million home has 47,182 square feet and sits on eight acres outside Los Angeles in Bradbury, Calif. It has a subterranean firing range, 15-person spa, a 10-car garage, a 3-D movie theater, 2,000-bottle wine cellar and a poker lounge. Then there's the elevator, temperature-controlled trout pond with a two-story waterfall, glass infinity pool... you get the picture. Even with all the amenities, this place has only seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Lots to do

This $30 million Utah estate has 49, 568 square feet, six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. It also has a bevy of entertainments, whether it's the indoor basketball court, indoor shooting range, indoor slide with a ball pit for the kids, two-lane bowling alley or theater. The estate is spread out on 75 acres and has views of the mountains.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Mountain retreat

Eleven bedrooms, 24 bathrooms and a 16-car garage help fill this Parker, Colo., home's 50,397 square feet. The 70-acre property features panoramic mountain views, ponds, and an indoor pool and spa. All this could be yours for only $19.5 million.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

House that oil built

Perhaps the largest home on the market in the U.S. is not in metropolitan New York or sitting atop a hill in Los Angeles -- it's located in a suburb of Phoenix called Paradise Valley, where plenty of homes exceed 15,000 square feet. But this $10 million home, built in the 1960s by oil tycoon Walker McCuneis, is certainly the biggest.

The home has 14 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms on six acres, with 360-degree views of Camelback Mountain and Phoenix. It has a ballroom, multiple kitchens, including one poolside. It also has a 2,900-square foot guest house (that's bigger than the average home right there), a 14-foot deep Olympic-sized pool, tennis court, spa with waterfall, his and hers locker rooms, playground and racquet ball court.

The home is being sold as-is, blue carpeting and all.

10 biggest U.S. homes on the market

Bonus: Dream palace

The so-called Versailles home in Windmere, Fla., was the star -- along with its owner -- of the recent documentary "Queen of Versailles." The film's directors initially intended to follow the process of building the country's largest home, but wound up following the family's financial struggles as the recession took hold. For that reason, the home has been left unfinished for years, which is why it's not technically included in this list.

The 90,000 square-foot home is still on the market for $65 million -- down from $100 million -- even in its unfinished state. For $100 million, you can get the property finished to your specifications. For now it has a ball room, stained glass dome, fitness center and spa, indoor pool, arcade room with a bowling alley, 10 kitchens, and deck that stretches nearly half an acre.

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