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What can you buy for $100 million?

One hundred million dollars can buy a lot of house, so much house that such pricey properties are actually rare to find. They are located in the most sought-after zip codes, have stunning views, are typically humongous, opulent and made of materials most of us probably haven't even heard of. So if you're interested in owning a property so big it warrants its own name, like Xanadu, these may be for you.

What can you buy for $100 million?

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$125 million outside Beverly Hills

This Bel Air home sits on about 4.5 acres of prime real estate. It has 12 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, a guest house and private tennis court.

What can you buy for $100 million?

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The sprawling estate has a medieval-style dining room that can comfortably seat more than 20 people, fabulously sculpted gardens in the front, and a long swimming pool that looks like it belongs in an upscale country club. And in case this home doesn't quite make you feel like royalty yet, guests would enter the property through a locking gate and drive by your very own fountain that looks like it came straight from Rome.

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$100 million in Miami

This South Beach home is located on Ocean Drive facing the Atlantic Ocean, near art-deco styled clubs and restaurants and the famous Versace mansion. The home's 10 bedrooms are all uniquely decorated with hand-painted walls and ceiling frescoes.

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The courtyard features a 24K gold-lined pool with a 54-foot mosaic tile over it, as well as many museum-quality pieces scattered throughout. And if you don't want to live in such luxury alone, you could convert it into a hotel, complete with restaurant-style dining areas ready to go.

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$95 million on Fifth Avenue

This New York City apartment is located on the 18th floor of the ritzy Sherry Netherland hotel. While it doesn't match the grandeur and size of some of the other properties on this list, this apartment sits in one most expensive, sought-after real estate locations in the world.

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Five of the apartment's rooms and the western terrace directly overlook Central Park while six other rooms, including the eat-in kitchen and formal dining room, overlook the southern terrace and the heart of midtown Manhattan. The master bedroom suite and private terrace look north to Central Park and the Upper East Side.

What can you buy for $100 million?

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$90 million in Manhattan

Formerly owned by retail magnate Frank Woolworth, the Woolworth Mansion off Fifth Avenue is on the market for "just" $90 million. We're not talking a simple apartment here either -- this is a five-story home in the heart of Manhattan.

What can you buy for $100 million?

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The neo French Renaissance-style home, built in 1916, features a grand foyer that has three closets, a drawing room, massive fireplace and a huge landing for the grand staircase. The home also has a formal dining room that can seat up to 50 people, wood-paneled library, two kitchens -- one for you and one for your servants -- as well as four bedrooms and a master suite.

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