Do You Live In One Of The 25 Most Expensive Zip Codes in the Country?

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There is a certain appreciation for life’s finer things that flows through the veins of all fraternity men. During their time on campus, a man’s taste for excellence may present itself in the form of a vast collection of boat shoes, an unnecessary amount of pastel colored clothing, or possibly even a $70 needlepoint flask filled with the best whiskey one can buy for under $15.

Sadly, however, and despite its ongoing importance, continuing to live such a lavish lifestyle after college becomes a bit more costly. For those of you who end up figuring out post-graduation life, you may want to consider these zip codes when it comes to your real estate preferences. Spoiler: California and New York essentially run the show.

From Business Insider:

25. 95070: Saratoga, California
Median Sales Price: $2,200,000

24. 94010: Burlingame, California
Median Sales Price: $2,215,000

23. 91108: San Marino, California
Median Sales Price: $2,275,000

22. 94306: Palo Alto, California
Median Sales Price: $2,280,000

21.07620: Alpine, New Jersey
Median Sales Price: $2,300,000

20. 10282: Battery Park (Manhattan), New York
Median Sales Price: $2,325,000

19. 93108: Montecito, California
Median Sales Price: $2,385,000

18. 92067: Rancho Santa Fe, California
Median Sales Price: $2,425,000

17. 90272: Pacific Palisades, California
Median Sales Price: $2,475,000

16. 94123: Pacific Heights (San Francisco), California
Median Sales Price: $2,542,000

15. 94028: Portola Valley, California
Median Sales Price: $2,550,000

14. 94024: Los Altos, California
Median Sales Price: $ 2,602,500

13. 11976: Water Mill, New York
Median Sales Price: $2,675,000

12. 94022: (Again) Los Altos, California
Median Sales Price: $2,756,500

11. 92657: Newport Coast, California
Median Sales Price: $2,780,000

10. 11965: Shelter Island (Hamptons), New York
Median Sales Price: $2,797,500

9. 10007: Tribeca, New York
Median Sales Price: $2,800,000

8. 92662: Newport Beach, California
Median Sales Price: $2,880,000

7. 11932: Bridgehampton, New York
Median Sales Price: $2,957,000

6. 90402: Santa Monica, California
Median Sales Price: $3,000,000

5. 94301: (Again) Palo Alto, California
Median Sales Price: $3,150,000

4. 10013: (Again) Tribeca, New York
Median Sales Price: $3,400,000

3. 90210: Beverly Hills, California
Median Sales Price: $3,517,500

2. 94027: Atherton, California
Median Sales Price: $5,900,000

1. 11962: Sagaponack, New York
Median Sales Price: $8,500,000

Told you.

[via Business Insider]

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  1. cleavage

    Pretty much all of the zip codes in the Silicon Valley (half of the list) consist of average 4 bed 2 bath 2000 sq ft houses that go for 3 mil. And the foreign engineer that owns them is about as fun to be around as Rosie O’ Donnell after she ate 5 pounds of chili.

    8 years ago at 1:29 pm

    Rented a finished garage in Burlingame when I was interning. 1100 a month, no kitchen, no washing machine. San Fransisco is out of control.

    8 years ago at 1:31 pm
  3. Volunteer_Pride

    No, and seeing as how all of them are in California and New York I’m glad I don’t.

    8 years ago at 1:34 pm
      1. TriangleTTriangle

        What isn’t the issue with Jew York? I’m a New Yorker and I fucking hate it

        8 years ago at 7:30 pm
      2. SlutsWillbeSluts

        So I’m guessing none of you have high career aspirations in the financial world?

        8 years ago at 8:18 am
  4. bubba_j

    The counties of Loudoun and Fairfax (they border each other in northern Virginia) are consistently voted the wealthiest counties in the country, year after year.

    8 years ago at 1:40 pm
  5. State Street Steve

    I’m shocked Gary, Indiana and Ferguson, Missouri are not on this list.

    8 years ago at 1:47 pm
      1. Jesus is TFTC

        #areacodessowhite, hopefully will smith and his friends won’t be living in any of these areas

        8 years ago at 12:27 am
  6. brothoritybro

    94010 (Burlingame, CA) includes two towns, the zip code would be a top 2-3 town if it didn’t include burlingame, but the other town, Hillsborough.

    8 years ago at 2:29 pm