The Priciest Views in the U.S.

Filed under: News, LifestyleRelated Companies via CNBC With the news out of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, being that the 85 richest people in the world have as much wealth as half of the rest of us, here’s a timely glimpse at where some among the top percentile live these days. Or at least a look at the perspective from those lofty heights. As part of its “Secret Lives of the Super Rich,” CNBC offers its picks of “The Most Expensive Views in America.” When it comes these properties, a prime location is just for starters. “To command an eye-popping price tag,” says CNBC, “a property had better have eye-popping scenery.” ‘THE MOST EXPENSIVE VIEWS IN AMERICA’: More about wealth from CNBC: 10 Richest States in America Ridiculously Expensive Supercars 10 Poorest States in America More from AOL Real Estate: Find out how to calculate mortgage payments. Find homes for sale in your area. Find foreclosures in your area. Find homes for rent. Follow us on Twitter at @AOLRealEstate or connect with AOL Real Estate on Facebook. Permalink | Email this | Comments read more
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