Million-dollar housing markets

Home sales of $5 million or more are common in these wealthy zip codes across the United States.

Palm Beach, Fla. (33480)

5 million dollar homes
  • Sales of $5 million or more: 28
  • Price of this home: $5.3 million

This elite zip code occupies a narrow 16-mile long barrier island that forms the town of Palm Beach.

Palm Beach's roots started in the Gilded Age, when it began as a luxury resort started by Henry Flagler, the Standard Oil mogul who also founded Miami.

This extravagant tiled-roof palazzo has direct access to the ocean beach but its grounds also hold a loggia-flanked swimming pool. There are stone patios, fountains and terracotta planters.

Several French doors open up the grounds to the luxurious interior with its ceramic tile and hardwood floors, classical columns and wrought iron staircases. Upstairs is a master suite and four other bedrooms, all with private baths.

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Source: Coldwell Banker's Luxury Market Report for Fall 2013
  @CNNMoney - Last updated November 22 2013 06:31 AM ET
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