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10 homes you can buy for $750,000

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How much house can you buy for $750,000?

At more than three times the national median home value, which is $193,800 according to Zillow, many of these homes are located in buildings or neighborhoods where upgraded amenities are the norm.

In large metro areas like New York and Chicago, this means condos or co-ops with 24-hour concierge services or in-building grocery stores.

In Boca Raton, Florida, $750,000 will buy you a home in a neighborhood with community parks, swimming pools and tennis courts. In Pittsburgh, a budget that size means you could skip the neighborhood pools and swim in your own indoor pool.

Click ahead to see how many fancy features you could buy for $750,000 in 10 cities across the country.

New York, New York

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This one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op on Manhattan's Upper East Side is for sale for $750,000. It is about 21 percent less expensive than the area's median home value of $943,500.

New York, New York

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It was built in 1965 and has walk-in closets, hardwood floors and west-facing windows. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman, bike room, garage and laundry room.

Los Angeles, California

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This three-bedroom, one-bathroom home in L.A.'s Elysian Valley neighborhood is for sale for $750,000. It was last sold for $385,000 in January 2012, just over half the current price. It's priced about 8 percent less than the area's median home value of $818,100.

Los Angeles, California

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The home was built in 1924 and also has a two-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house. The home has hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, a fenced outdoor area and one parking space.

Atlanta, Georgia

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This three-bedroom, three-bathroom bungalow in Atlanta's Inman Park neighborhood is for sale for $750,000. It last sold in May 2016 for $460,000, about 61 percent of the current price. The home is about 57 percent more expensive than the area's median home value of $476,800.

Atlanta, Georgia

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The bungalow was built in 1920 and has hardwood floors, stained glass windows, several fireplaces, a front porch, a back deck and a carport with space for two cars.

Chicago, Illinois

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This three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood is for sale for $749,000. It last sold in November 2010 for $524,000, about 70 percent of the current price. It is more than twice the area's median home value of $300,600.

Chicago, Illinois

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The condo is a corner unit with views of the city and Lake Michigan. It's located in the John Hancock Center, which has its own grocery store, post office, bank and restaurants. The building also has a swimming pool and gym.

Portland, Oregon

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This four-bedroom, four-bathroom home in Portland's Vernon neighborhood is for sale for about $750,000. It last sold in July 2015 for $300,000, about 40 percent of the current price. It is about 59 percent more expensive than the area's median home value of $470,900.

Portland, Oregon

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The home was built in 1914 and has a covered front porch, hardwood floors, several fireplaces, quartz countertops, a covered back deck and a finished basement with a kitchen.

Dallas, Texas

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This four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom house in the Far North area of Dallas is for sale for $750,000. It is about 91 percent more expensive than the area's median home value of $393,700.

Dallas, Texas

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The home, located at the Bent Tree Country Club, was built in 1977 and has concrete floors, two covered patios, a swimming pool, a barbeque grill, fenced yard and a three-car attached garage.

Baltimore, Maryland

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This two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom condo in Baltimore's Locust Point is for sale for $750,000. It last sold in July 2009 for $743,199, less than 1 percent less than the current price. It is more than three times the area's median home value of $235,300.

Baltimore, Maryland

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It has hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling-windows with water views, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. It also comes with two parking spaces. The building has a 24-hour concierge, fitness center and "sky lounge."

Boca Raton, Florida

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This three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse in Boca Raton's Charleston Place neighborhood is for sale for $750,000. It last sold in September 2006 for $630,000, 84 percent of the current price. It is about 2.82 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $265,900.

Boca Raton, Florida

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It was built in 1986 and has covered brick patio, a rooftop deck, hurricane impact windows and a fireplace. The neighborhood also has a community park and swimming pool.

Indianapolis, Indiana

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This four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home on the Near Northside of Indianapolis is for sale for $750,000. It last sold in July 2015 for $80,000, about 11 percent of the current price. It is more than four times more expensive than the area's median home value of $185,500.

Indianapolis, Indiana

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The house was built in 1900 and has a coffee/wine bar in the master bedroom's walk-in closet, a third-floor rec room with wet bar, a living room fireplace, hardwood floors, a fenced backyard and a detached two-car garage.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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This four-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom house in Pittsburgh's Upper Saint Clair neighborhood is for sale for $750,000. It is more than 2.5 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $299,400.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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The home was built in 1988 and has a finished basement with a bar, an indoor swimming pool with a waterslide and a hot tub, a patio and a three-car garage.

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