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Homes: What you can buy for $7 million

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Homes costing $7 million can get pretty outrageous.

With that budget -- which is more than 39 times the national median home value of $184,600, according to Zillow.com -- homebuyers could seek out common upscale amenities, like multiple fireplaces or wine cellars.

But far more unique features can be had at that price. Some $7 million homes come with elevators, indoor fountains and even climbing walls. From a vineyard in Oregon to a Maryland manse with its own private golf course and basketball/tennis court, extreme luxury (and lots of square footage) is available to wealthy homebuyers in many places across the country.

While most of these larger homes are located in areas with median home values far above what we see in the U.S. overall, they're still much more expensive than the surrounding houses. And of course, in some more expensive markets, $7 million doesn't go quite as far. For example, in parts of San Francisco or New York City, buyers could end up spending that much on a two- to four-bedroom condo.

Click ahead to see which amenities buyers can get in homes for $7 million.

Atlanta, Georgia

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This five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home in Atlanta's Peachtree Heights West neighborhood is listed for $6.5 million. It last sold in January 2009 for $4.6 million, about 70 percent of the current asking price. The home is about 13 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $506,600.

Atlanta, Georgia

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The home was completed in 1922 and has a pool, spa, sauna, greenhouse, sports court, three-car garage and an elevator. There's also a guest house on the property and the main home has numerous ornate chandeliers and fireplaces.

Rumson, New Jersey

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This historic eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom house called "Riverfields Estate" is for sale for about $7 million. It was last listed in July 2014 for about $8 million, but the listing was removed five months later. It is about 8.6 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $809,700.

Rumson, New Jersey

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The home was built in 1889 and has a movie theater, library, wine cellar, fitness center and ballroom with a fireplace, crystal chandeliers and a full bar in the next room. It also has a guest house, pool and tennis court.

Lake Arrowhead, California

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This eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom home on Lake Arrowhead is for sale for about $7 million. It was last listed in September 2008 for $9.5 million, about 36 percent more than the current asking price, but the listing was removed the following month after a price reduction. It is priced at about 20 times the area's median home value of $347,000.

Lake Arrowhead, California

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The 14,173-square-foot house is surrounded by water on three sides and has a master suite with two fireplaces and a wet bar, a "gentlemen's sports lounge and bar," an elevator and a double dock. There's also a four-bedroom guest wing in the main house with two bathrooms and a game room and a separate two-bedroom guest house.

Gaithersburg, Maryland

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This sprawling eight-bedroom, 13-bathrooom home is for sale for $7 million. It was built in 2004 and is almost 14 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $501,100.

Gaithersburg, Maryland

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The home has its own nine-hole golf course, a tennis and basketball court, fitness center, pool, sauna, spa, theater and ballroom. There's also a six-car detached garage, wine cellar, several fireplaces and an outdoor kitchen.

Indianapolis, Indiana

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This five-bedroom home with five full and four half-bathrooms is listed for sale for $6.5 million. It last sold in 2013 for $5.6 million, about 86 percent of the current price. It's about 49 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $132,500.

Indianapolis, Indiana

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The home has an elevator, a four-car garage, a wine cellar, fireplaces, a wet bar, high vaulted ceilings, a back patio with a waterfall, a koi pond and an outbuilding with a rope bridge to a raised deck.

Portland, Oregon

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This five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home nicknamed "Blackberry Castle" is for sale for about $6.7 million. It was built in 2015 and is about 13.7 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $489,200.

Portland, Oregon

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The home has heated floors, a movie theater with seats designed to shake with the sounds of films, a full bar named "The Oasis," a two-story circular library, a spa and a personal gym with a rock climbing wall. Outside, the home has a tennis court, a vineyard and a cottage.

Woodway, Washington

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This six-bedroom, 9.5-bathroom home near the Puget Sound is listed for about $7 million. It was built in 2003 and is about 12.8 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $548,200.

Woodway, Washington

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The property has an indoor "rainforest spa," a movie theater, billiards hall, indoor basketball court, an outdoor tennis court and a Little League regulation-size baseball diamond, several fireplaces, an office and indoor parking for 14 cars.

Raleigh, North Carolina

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This six-bedroom, 10-bathroom home is for sale for about $7 million. It was built in 2002 and is about 19 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $366,900.

Raleigh, North Carolina

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The 16,630-square-foot home has a large foyer with an indoor koi pond, a game room with a full bar, a fitness room, six-car garage with a heated and cooled "doggie suite," a pool, a spa and an outdoor kitchen. The home has a security system with monitors in every bedroom and most living spaces that control the home's security system, sound system lighting and movies, according to the listing.

Sugar Land, Texas

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This seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom home is for sale for about $7 million. It was built in 1995 and is about 19.1 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $366,300.

Sugar Land, Texas

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The home is located along a golf course and is filled with intricate carvings and designs. It has an indoor fountain, massive chandeliers, stained glass windows, three fireplaces, an elevator, a game room, three-car garage, pool, spa and cabana with an outdoor kitchen.

Bedford Hills, New York

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This six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home is for sale for about $7 million. It's around 11.7 times more expensive than the area's median home value of $596,600.

Bedford Hills, New York

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The home has a billiards room, several fireplaces, a separate guest house, indoor and outdoor pools, a tennis court and garages for seven cars.

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