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$4,257 per square foot? We Look at the Most Expensive Zip Codes in Cali

Listed at $35 million, this four-bedroom, four-bath home measures 3,261 sq. ft, equating to $10,733 a single sq. foot! The bonus? It comes with 109 acres! But with the average price of homes in Big Sur going for $4,257 a square foot, this may be the most outrageous example of a house that may potentially find a buyer looking for peaceful isolation. To view the listing click here.

So if dreaming of things you can’t afford is part of your weekly web search routine, go ahead and look at the houses listed in any of the area codes below!

Here’s a list of other California ZIP codes with the highest median sale price per square foot:

  1. 93920: Big Sur ($4,257 per square foot)
  2. 94924: Marin County area including Bolinas, Woodville ($2,230 per square foot)
  3. 94970: Marin County near Stinson Beach ($2,133 per square foot)
  4. 94024: Los Altos in Santa Clara County ($1,915 per square foot)
  5. 92662: Balboa Island area of Newport Beach ($1,905 per square foot)
  6. 94957: Ross in Marin County ($1,846 per square foot)
  7. 94306: Palo Alto ($1,756 per square foot)
  8. 93108: Montecito in Santa Barbara County ($1,736 per square foot)
  9. 94027: Atherton and Woodside in San Mateo County ($1,734 per square foot)
  10. 94028: Portola Valley in San Mateo County ($1,695 per square foot)
  11. 92661: Balboa Peninsula area of Newport Beach ($1,692 per square foot)
  12. 94301: Palo Alto near Stanford ($1,660 per square foot)
  13. 90402: North of Montana area of Santa Monica ($1,617 per square foot)
  14. 92625: Corona Del Mar neighborhood of Newport Beach ($1,584 per square foot)
  15. 94025: Menlo Park in San Mateo County ($1,572 per square foot)