• $600,000 Homes Across America

    Unlike new home sales, which are at their highest level in five years, sales of U.S. homes have dipped, though they are still near three and a half year highs. Here's a look at homes at the $600,000 level across the country. This three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Whitehouse Station, N.J. was built in 1840. It is on sale for $599,000 and has an in-ground pool.
  • $600,000 Homes Across America

    This five-bedroom home in Tucson, Ariz. is on sale for $595,000. It has four bathrooms and was built in 2005, according to the listing. It's described as an "ultra-custom desert contemporary with all the views." The home spans 3,264-square feet on a 70,036-square-foot lot.
  • $600,000 Homes Across America

    This ultra-modern, green home in Seattle is on sale for $599,000. The home spans 2,380-square feet and has three bedrooms and four bathrooms. It was built in 2013 and has a rooftop deck, dual-flush toilets, in-floor radiant heat with zoned temperature control and tankless water heater.
  • $600,000 Homes Across America

    This three-bedroom home in San Diego, Calif. spans 1,550-sq. ft. It was built in 1986 and is on sale for $595,000. It has a large walk-in pantry, master bedroom with two-person bath-tub and a separate shower.
  • $600,000 Homes Across America

    This four-bedroom home in Lake Mary, Fl. is on sale for $599,000. It was last sold in Dec. 2003 for $650,000. It has four bathrooms and spans 4,012-sq. ft. on a 18,683-sq. ft. lot. It was built in 2001. It has a three-car garage and a heated swimming pool.
  • $600,000 Homes Across America

    This four-bedroom home in Denver, Colo. is on sale for $595,000. It was built in 2010 and has two bathrooms. The home spans 3,520 sq. ft. on a 6,098-sq. ft. lot.
  • $600,000 Homes Across America

    This home on E. 52nd St in Chicago, in the heart of Hyde Park, is on sale for $615,000. The home has four-bedrooms, four-bathrooms and was built in 1895 but restored with modern and reclaimed materials.
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