The 15 Most Expensive Zip Codes in the United States

See if yours made the cut.

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Zillow recently ranked the most expensive zip codes in America based on its , which looks at median home value estimates across the country. Scroll down to see the results, which may not be what you were expecting.

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Out East via Douglas Elliman
11962: Bridgehampton, New York

This nine-bedroom home, which sits on 20 acres and is , is being offered for . (The market for luxury Hamptons real estate is so strong that last week Zillow Group launched , a website devoted to the region with listings and town guides.)

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94027: Atherton, California

The suburb is the most expensive place to live in Silicon Valley. Here's (spoiler alert: five bedrooms).

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Beverly Hills
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90210: Beverly Hills, California

This includes a 20,000-square-foot main house, a 7,000-square-foot guest house, stables, riding rings, and a tennis court.

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Fisher Island
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33109: Fisher Island, Florida

Located three miles offshore from Miami, Fisher Island was once the . In the 2000 census, it had the .

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Palo Alto
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94301: Palo Alto, California

An empty lot on less than 3/10 of an acre? That'll be .

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Water Mill
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11976: Water Mill, New York

A 42-acre estate originally built for the Ford family could be yours for .

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94022: Palo Alto, California

94022 includes parts of Palo Alto and Los Altos including Westwind Community Barn, shown here.

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Portola Valley
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94028: Portola Valley, California

"Portola Valley generally attracts the affluent of Silicon Valley who prefer open space, country living, expansive lots, and stunning views," according to the locally based .

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Los Angeles
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90402: Los Angeles, California

This zip code incorates parts of Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica.

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Stanford
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94305: Stanford, California

Stanford University sits on some of the priciest land in the country.

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Tribeca
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10013: New York City (Parts of Tribeca and Soho)

Move over, Upper East Side mansions. This downtown area is Manhattan's priciest.

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Malibu
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90265: Malibu, California

The celebrity beachside hangout currently has .

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Montecito
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93108: Montecito, California

Fires and mudslides hit this Santa Barbara suburb in recent months; even .

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Rancho Santa Fe
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92067: Rancho Santa Fe, California

A suburb of San Diego, Rancho Santa Fe is home to a 23,500-square-foot estate listed for $44.975 million. (The seller "will entertain offers between $39,900,000 [and] $44,975,000" though.)

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Amagansett
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11930: Amagansett, New York

Rounding out the list is another Hamptons hamlet. Located between East Hampton and Montauk, low-key Amagansett has been home to celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson, and .

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