How much does it cost to buy a four-bedroom, two-bath home in the U.S.? From $2 million-plus in Malibu to $64,000 in Cleveland, here are cities with the biggest extremes, according to Coldwell Banker's annual survey of 1,900 real estate markets.
Home to the fictional Great Gatsby, Great Neck was one of New York City's earliest suburbs and its convenient commute -- 30 minutes by train to Manhattan -- still attracts wealthy buyers looking for a little more elbow room than the city can provide.
Home shoppers can find homes like this solid, 1937 brick Colonial on a quiet one-way street. It's been kept in mint condition and features a master suite and a full basement with a playroom for the kids, a laundry room and a cedar closet.