ATHERTON (CBS SF) — For a fifth straight year, Atherton remains the nation’s most expensive zip code with median home sale prices at a record $7.475 million, according to PropertyShark’s annual survey.
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“Reaching a new record median sale price at $7,475,000, Atherton’s 94027 remains the #1 most expensive zip code in the U.S. for the fifth consecutive year — nearly $2 million ahead of the runner-up,” the real estate property firm said in a news release. “Not only that, but the billionaire favorite also saw its median rise 7% year-to-year, suggesting that this exclusive enclave may continue to retain its leading position in the future.”READ MORE: 9 Lawyers Allied With Trump Ordered To Pay Detroit, Michigan $175K In Sanctions
Overall, San Francisco boasts the highest concentration of pricey zip codes while the entire Bay Area has 47 of nation’s most exclusive zip codes.
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The top 10 nationwide in the annual survey were:
- No.1 — Atherton, $7.475 million
- No.2 — Boston (Suffolk County), $5.5 million
- No.3 — Sagaponack (Suffolk County), $5 million
- No 4 — Ross, $4.583 million
- No.5 — Miami Beach, $4.475 million
- No.6 — Beverly Hills, $4.125 million
- No.7 — Santa Barbara, $4.103 million
- No.8 — Santa Monica, $4.058 million
- No.9 — Los Altos, $4.052 million
- No. 10 — Medina, King County, Washington State, $4 million