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  Friday, 18 Jul 2014 | 9:30 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Kansas City

Posted By: Valerie Patriarca

It's the ultimate bachelor pad.

This Kansas City, Missouri, home is known for three things: top views of the city's famous Crown Plaza, the 300-pound Pillsbury Doughboy that looks out from a third-floor window and being a car-collector's paradise.

There is a four-car garage on top, and room for 20 more cars on bottom. But sorry guys, the vintage cars housed there are not included.

What is? Three floors of handcrafted details from pure oak beams to chandeliers and even Rolls-Royce exhaust pipe railings!

Check out the video to go inside the most expensive listing (we could get into) in Kansas City.

Interested in the house? Check it out here.

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  Friday, 11 Jul 2014 | 9:00 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Columbus, OH

Posted By: Valerie Patriarca

Can we get a hallelujah?

This 1924 Tudor estate sitting on nearly 3.5 acres of land was built as a convent—yep, a nunnery—until it was converted into a residence in 1988.

As you walk through the handcrafted front doors, you may think you've found your own slice of heaven, as your eyes are overwhelmed with the more than 15,000 square feet of carefully detailed decor throughout the three-story megamansion.

And if the interior isn't enough, there are the grounds—a private paradise complete with a luxury pool house, in-ground pool, tennis court and hot tub.

Check out the video to go inside the most expensive listing (we could get into) in Columbus, Ohio.

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  Friday, 4 Jul 2014 | 9:30 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Washington, DC

Posted By: Valerie Patriarca

Mega-mansion, art gallery or embassy?

The future for this nearly 27,000-square-foot residence is unclear, but rumor has it that everyone from high-net worth individuals to state embassies have stopped by to check out this once-in-a-lifetime property.

Originally built in 1914 as a residence, the mega-mansion was gradually converted into a home and gallery by its owner George Hewitt Myers, a rug and textile collector. Since Myer's passing in 1960, the two-mansion lot, which stretches the length of an entire city block, has been home to The Textile Museum.

And if you weren't already impressed by its history, the architect for this place? None other than John Russell Pope. If his name doesn't ring a bell, then perhaps some of his works may: the Jefferson Memorial, the National Archives' building and the National Gallery of Art.

Watch the video to see the most expensive house (we could get into) in Washington, D.C., that has us all thinking, mini-Downton Abbey?

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—By CNBC's Valerie Patriarca

Watch "Secret Lives of the Super Rich", Sat., July 5 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. http://superrich.cnbc.com.

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  Friday, 27 Jun 2014 | 9:30 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Long Beach Island

Posted By: Valerie Patriarca

Your own private oasis, right on the Jersey Shore.

This 5,852 square-foot home, located in Long Beach Island's Loveladies section, sits on 2.75 acres of land and was gutted from floors to rafters in 2005.

The main house, which is home to the master suite only, features terra cota tile, exotic wood floors, handcrafted woodwork and a heated salt water pool.

While the main house may only accommodate two, the guest house next door features two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

If you're worried that your million-dollar view may be blocked by future builders, that's for the birds!

The house is surrounded on all sides by Barnegat Bay and wet land preserve, ensuring the nearly 360-degree view of the water will always be available from the comfort of your kitchen ... or your master suite hot tub.

Can't get enough wildlife? Don't forget the turtle nests and fox den located near the entrance.

Watch the video to see the most expensive house (we could get into) in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

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By CNBC's Valerie Patriarca.

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  Friday, 13 Jun 2014 | 9:00 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Lake Tahoe

Posted By: Andrew Eagan

What's the ultimate way to experience Lake Tahoe? Live on the water. With this 5,200-square-foot home nestled right on the coast of beautiful Crystal Bay, you can.

There's a private guest house and an 800-bottle wine cellar, plus 100 feet of coastline to enjoy. Built in 1978 and completely renovated in 1996, this home features five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and priceless views of Lake Tahoe and the surrounding mountains.

Watch the video to see the most expensive house (we could get into) in Lake Tahoe (Incline Village, Nevada).

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  Friday, 20 Jun 2014 | 9:30 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Big Sky

Posted By: Andrew Eagan

Ski junkie? Just itching to hit the trails every day? This might be just the home for you—that is, if you happen to be super rich.

If you've always dreamed of living slope side while also enjoying amenities like a private movie theater, outdoor hot tub, and more, Mountain Chateau in the exclusive Yellowstone Club may be right up your alley.

The 12,976 square feet of space in this $20 million home includes six bedrooms and six bathrooms.

But for ski lovers, the best part may come when you venture outside to your private ski cabin complete with a ski waxing room and ample equipment storage. You can also hit the slopes on your direct-access trails. And who knows, you may even run into some celebrity friends.

Watch the video to see more of the most expensive house (we could get into) in Big Sky, Montana.

See more of this property at L&K Real Estate.

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By CNBC's Andrew Eagan

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  Friday, 6 Jun 2014 | 3:23 PM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Princeton, NJ

Posted By: Valerie Patriarca

Once on the market for $14.5 million, this notable 1928 Georgian estate in Princeton, New Jersey, will be auctioned off to the highest bidder on June 12. Set on 22 acres of land, the mansion features six bedrooms, eight full and four half bathrooms—and that's not counting the one in the life-size dollhouse in the backyard.

And if 9,652 square feet of mansion isn't enough for you, there's also a private caretaker's apartment, a full tennis court, a swimming pool and a greenhouse. Plus two separate six- and three-car garages to house some of your favorite luxurious toys.

This isn't just the most expensive house we could get into, at this time it's actually the most expensive home in the market.

Watch the video to take a peek inside "Pretty Brook House," before it's auctioned off.

For more information on the auction contact: Concierge Auctions.

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  Tuesday, 20 May 2014 | 10:00 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Boston

Posted By: Kevin Kane

It doesn't get much more "Boston" than this: a historic mansion on Beacon Street on the flat section of Beacon Hill.

Known as the Benjamin Mansion, you get 8,450 square feet, a rooftop pool, and Boston Public Garden as your front yard. And if you're in the mood for a beer—just walk a few doors down to the original Cheers.

Say "hi" to Norm for us.

Watch the video as CNBC cameras take you inside the most expensive house (that we could get into) in Boston.

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  Monday, 19 May 2014 | 10:00 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Portland, OR

Posted By: Kevin Kane

TV fans of the show, "Portlandia" gather up those millions.

True followers (well, those truly rich followers) of the show can move into a 9,000-square-foot estate in the Oregon city where they film the quirky series. If you're worried that other fans of the show may be a bother, don't. This house is a gated estate that helps keep out the locals who help "Keep Portland Weird."

Once inside the, you can see the entire city of Portland (and the mountains behind it) from this hill-top, historic mansion.

Watch the video to see what CNBC cameras captured when we went inside the most expensive house (we could get into) in Portland.

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  Saturday, 17 May 2014 | 10:00 AM ET

Most expensive house (we could get into): Pacific Palisades, CA

Posted By: Kevin Kane

How would you like to sleep in Rihanna's bedroom?

If you've got the money you can.

The pop star just moved out of a mansion in Pacific Palisades near Los Angeles, and CNBC's cameras were allowed inside for a tour.

Behind the gates and the closed doors we found an 11,000-square-foot party house with everything you could ever want including a pool like none we've ever seen before.

Watch the video to see the most expensive house (we could get into) in Pacific Palisades.

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