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This is a list of the 100+ largest extant and historic houses in the United States, ordered by square footage of the main house. The list includes houses that have been demolished, houses that are currently under construction, and buildings that are not currently, but were previously used as private homes.
|Rank||Square footage (Square meterage)||Name||Location||Built for||Owner||Year completed||Architectural style||Architect||Image|
|1||178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)||Biltmore Estate||Asheville, North Carolina||George Washington Vanderbilt II||The Biltmore Company||1895||Châteauesque||Richard Morris Hunt and Frederick Law Olmsted|
|2||109,000 square feet (10,100 m2)||Oheka Castle||West Hills, New York||Otto Hermann Kahn||Gary Melius||1919||Châteauesque||Delano and Aldrich|
|3||105,000 square feet (9,800 m2)||The One||Bel Air, Los Angeles, California||Nile Niami||Nile Niami||2021||Contemporary Architecture||Paul McClean|
|4||100,000 square feet (9,300 m2)||Whitemarsh Hall||Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania||Edward T. Stotesbury||(demolished in 1980)||1917||Georgian||Horace Trumbauer|
|5||97,188 square feet (9,029.1 m2)||Arden House||Harriman, New York||Edward Henry Harriman||Mo Tianquan (via Research Center on Natural Conservation)||1909||Châteauesque||Carrère and Hastings|
|6||96,582 square feet (8,972.8 m2)||Winterthur||Winterthur, Delaware||Henry Francis du Pont||Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library||1932||Georgian Revival||Henry Francis du Pont|
|7 (tie)||90,000 square feet (8,400 m2)||Cornelius Vanderbilt II House||New York, New York||Cornelius Vanderbilt II||(demolished in 1926)||1882||Châteauesque||George B. Post|
|7 (tie)||90,000 square feet (8,400 m2)||Shadow Lawn||West Long Branch, New Jersey||Hubert T. Parson||Monmouth University||1927||Beaux-Arts||Horace Trumbauer|
|8||88,000 square feet (8,200 m2)||Meadow Brook Hall||Rochester Hills, Michigan||Matilda Dodge Wilson||Oakland University||1929||Tudor Revival||Smith Hinchman & Grylls|
|9||85,000 square feet (7,900 m2)||Versailles||Windermere, Florida||David A. Siegel||David A. Siegel||(under construction)||Châteauesque|
|10 (tie)||80,000 square feet (7,400 m2)||Florham||Florham Park, New Jersey||Hamilton and Florence Vanderbilt Twombly||Fairleigh Dickinson University||1897||Georgian Revival||McKim Mead & White|
|10 (tie)||80,000 square feet (7,400 m2)||Harbor Hill||Roslyn, New York||Clarence H. Mackay||(demolished in 1947)||1899||Châteauesque||McKim Mead & White|
|11||75,000 square feet (7,000 m2)||Indian Neck Hall||Oakdale, New York||Frederick Gilbert Bourne||St. John's University||1908||Federal Style||Ernest Flagg|
|12||72,215 square feet (6,709.0 m2)||Pensmore||Highlandville, Missouri||Steven T. Huff||Steven T. Huff||2016||Châteauesque|
|13||72,000 square feet (6,700 m2)||Inisfada||North Hills, New York||Nicholas Frederic Brady||(demolished in 2013)||1919||Tudor Revival||John Torrey Windrim|
|14 (tie)||70,000 square feet (6,500 m2)||Idle Hour||Oakdale, New York||William K. Vanderbilt||Dowling College||1901||English Country Style||Richard Howland Hunt|
|14 (tie)||70,000 square feet (6,500 m2)||Woodlea||Briarcliff Manor, New York||Elliott Fitch Shepard||Sleepy Hollow Country Club||1895||Italian Renaissance Revival||McKim, Mead & White|
|14 (tie)||70,000 square feet (6,500 m2)||Lynnewood Hall||Elkins Park, Pennsylvania||Peter A. B. Widener||Richard Yoo||1900||Neoclassical||Horace Trumbauer|
|15||68,500 square feet (6,360 m2)||Hearst Castle||San Simeon, California||William Randolph Hearst||California Department of Parks and Recreation||1947||Spanish Colonial Revival||Julia Morgan|
|16||66,341 square feet (6,163.3 m2)||Grey Towers Castle||Glenside, Pennsylvania||William Welsh Harrison||Arcadia University||1896||Gothic Revival||Horace Trumbauer|
|17||66,000 square feet (6,100 m2)||Xanadu 2.0||Medina, Washington||Bill Gates||Bill Gates||1995||Pacific Lodge||James Cutler|
|18||64,500 square feet (5,990 m2)||Stan Hywet Hall||Akron, Ohio||Frank Seiberling||Stan Hywet Hall Foundation||1915||Tudor Revival||Charles Sumner Schneider|
|19||64,000 square feet (5,900 m2)||Fair Field||Sagaponack, New York||Ira Rennert||Ira Rennert||2003||Italian Renaissance||Mark Ferguson|
|20||62,500 square feet (5,810 m2)||Mar-a-Lago||Palm Beach, Florida||Marjorie Merriweather Post||Donald Trump||1927||Spanish Colonial Revival|| Marion Sims Wyeth |
|21||62,482 square feet (5,804.8 m2)||The Breakers||Newport, Rhode Island||Cornelius Vanderbilt II||Preservation Society of Newport County||1895||Italian Renaissance||Richard Morris Hunt|
|22||62,220 square feet (5,780 m2)||Gemini||Manalapan, Florida||Gerard Barnes Lambert, Sr||Dirk Edward Ziff||1940s||Mediterranean Revival|| Marion Sims Wyeth |
Edson E. Dailey
|23 (tie)||60,000 square feet (5,600 m2)||Pembroke||Glen Cove, New York||Joseph De Lamar||(demolished in 1968)||1916||Neoclassical||C.P.H. Gilbert|
|23 (tie)||60,000 square feet (5,600 m2)||El Mirasol||Palm Beach, Florida||Edward T. Stotesbury||(demolished in 1958)||1920||Spanish Colonial Revival||Addison Mizner|
|23 (tie)||60,000 square feet (5,600 m2)||Tower of Beauty||Sylmar, California||J.B. Nethercutt||Nethercutt-Richards family||1971||Art Deco||Tony Hinsbergen|
|24||58,000 square feet (5,400 m2)||Duke Farms||Hillsborough Township, New Jersey||James Buchanan Duke||(demolished in 2016)||1903||Tudor Revival||Henry H. Kendall|
|25||57,000 square feet (5,300 m2)||Eschman Meadows||Nashport, Ohio||Tami Longaberger||Awesome87 LLC and SPG87 LLC||2001||Georgian||George Acock|
|26||56,881 square feet (5,284.4 m2)||Castle Hill||Ipswich, Massachusetts||Richard T. Crane Jr.||The Trustees of Reservations||1928||English Baroque||David Adler|
|27||56,368 square feet (5,236.8 m2)||Andrew Carnegie Mansion||New York, New York||Andrew Carnegie||Smithsonian Institution||1901||Georgian Revival||Babb, Cook & Willard|
|28||56,000 square feet (5,200 m2)||Blairsden||Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey||Clinton Ledyard Blair||T. Eric Galloway||1903||Châteauesque||Carrère and Hastings|
|29||55,360 square feet (5,143 m2)||Ralston Hall||Belmont, California||William Chapman Ralston||Notre Dame de Namur University||1864||Italianate||Henry W. Cleaveland|
|30 (tie)||55,000 square feet (5,100 m2)||White House||Washington, D.C.||United States of America||National Park Service||1800||Neoclassical||James Hoban|
|30 (tie)||55,000 square feet (5,100 m2)||Belle Grove||White Castle, Louisiana||John Andrews||(demolished in 1952)||1857|| Greek Revival |
|30 (tie)||55,000 square feet (5,100 m2)||Elm Court||Lenox, Massachusetts||Emily Thorn Vanderbilt||Travaasa Experiential Resorts||1885||American Shingle Style||Peabody and Stearns|
|30 (tie)||55,000 square feet (5,100 m2)||Roundwood Manor||Hunting Valley, Ohio||Van Sweringen brothers||Sylvia Korey||1929||Colonial Revival||Philip Lindsley Small|
|30 (tie)||~55,000 square feet (5,100 m2)||Rockwood Hall||Mount Pleasant, New York||William Rockefeller||(demolished in 1942)||1849||Castellated Elizabethan||Gervase Wheeler, Carrère and Hastings|
|31||54,838 square feet (5,094.6 m2)||Dumbarton Oaks||Washington, D.C.||William Hammond Dorsey||Harvard University||1801||Colonial Revival|
|32||54,400 square feet (5,050 m2)||Chateau Montagel||Shoal Creek, Alabama||Larry House||Medical Cloud Computing, LLC||1997||Châteauesque||Bill Shephard|
|33||54,246 square feet (5,039.6 m2)||Searles Castle||Great Barrington, Massachusetts||Mary Hopkins Searles||John Dewey Academy||1883||Châteauesque||McKim Mead & White|
|34||53,000 square feet (4,900 m2)||Nottoway||White Castle, Louisiana||John Hampden Randolph||Paul Ramsay Foundation||1858|| Greek Revival |
|35||52,897 square feet (4,914.3 m2)||Hala Ranch||Aspen, Colorado||Bandar bin Sultan||John Paulson||1991||Rustic||Hagman Yaw|
|36||53,503 square feet (4,970.6 m2)||The Manor||Los Angeles, California||Aaron Spelling||Petra Ecclestone||1988||Châteauesque||James Langenheim & Associates|
|37||52,300 square feet (4,860 m2)||Felix M. Warburg House||New York, New York||Felix M. Warburg||Jewish Museum of New York||1906||Châteauesque||Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert|
|38||51,000 square feet (4,700 m2)||Hacienda De La Paz||Rolling Hills, California||John Z. Blazevich||John Z. Blazevich||2008||Spanish Colonial Revival||Rafael Manzano Martos|
|39||50,853 square feet (4,724.4 m2)||Chase Mansion||West Hartford, Connecticut||Arnold Chase||Arnold Chase||2009||Georgian||Allan Greenberg|
|40||50,729 square feet (4,712.9 m2)||Perry Belmont House||Washington, D.C.||Perry Belmont||Order of the Eastern Star||1909||Beaux-Arts|| Ernest Sanson |
|41||50,316 square feet (4,674.5 m2)||Otto H. Kahn House||New York, New York||Otto Hermann Kahn||Convent of the Sacred Heart||1914||Renaissance Revival||J. Armstrong Stenhouse|
Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert
|42||50,302 square feet (4,673.2 m2)||Hillside Elementary School||Berkeley, California||Berkeley Unified School District||Samuli Seppälä||1925||Tudor Revival||Walter H. Ratcliff|
|43 (tie)||50,000 square feet (4,600 m2)||Crocker-McMillin Mansion||Mahwah, New Jersey||George Crocker||Ilija Pavlovic||1907 (renovated before 2018)||James Brite and Henry Bacon|
|43 (tie)||50,000 square feet (4,600 m2)||Reid Hall||Purchase, New York||Whitelaw Reid||Manhattanville College||1892||Renaissance Revival||Stanford White|
|43 (tie)||50,000 square feet (4,600 m2)||Wingwood House||Bar Harbor, Maine||Alexander Cassatt||(demolished in 1953)||1903||Neoclassical||Louis Magaziner|
|43 (tie)||50,000 square feet (4,600 m2)||Riverside||New York, New York||Charles M. Schwab||(demolished in 1948)||1906||Châteauesque||Maurice Hébert|
|43 (tie)||50,000 square feet (4,600 m2)||Hempstead House||Sands Point, New York||Howard Gould||Nassau County, New York||1912||Tudor Revival||Richard Howland Hunt|
|43 (tie)||50,000 square feet (4,600 m2)||Seven Springs||Bedford, New York||Eugene Meyer||Donald Trump||1919|
|44||49,951 square feet (4,640.6 m2)||Chateau Bray||Madisonville, Texas||Jim Waller||James and Sonya Bray||(under construction)||French Baroque||Fonseca Design Group|
|45||49,842 square feet (4,630.5 m2)||Lutcher Brown Estate||Terrell Hills, TX||H. Lutcher Brown||Candace Humphreys||1938||Neo Classical||Robert M. Ayres|
|46||49,568 square feet (4,605.0 m2)||8271 E Left Hand Fork Hobble Creek||Springville, Utah||Tom Mower||Tom Mower||2010||Italian Renaissance|
|47||49,300 square feet (4,580 m2)||The Pritzker Estate||Los Angeles, California||Anthony Pritzker||Anthony Pritzker||2010||Contemporary||Grant Camden Kirkpatrick|
|48||49,000 square feet (4,600 m2)||Ziff Mansion||Pawling, New York||William Bernard Ziff, Jr.||Dirk Edward Ziff||2000|
|49||48,515 square feet (4,507.2 m2)||50 Poplar Hill Drive||Farmington, Connecticut||Benjamin Sisti||Casey Askar||1985||Contemporary|
|50||48,438 square feet (4,500.0 m2)||1299 Via Tivoli||Henderson, Nevada||Pierre Omidyar||Pierre Omidyar (via Ohana Properties, LLC)||2010||Modern architecture|
|51||48,000 square feet (4,500 m2)||Champ d'Or Estate||Hickory Creek, Texas||Alan H. Goldfield||“The Olana” Walter Wedding Estates||2000s||French Baroque Architecture|
|52||47,000 square feet (4,400 m2)||Nemours||Wilmington, Delaware||Alfred I. du Pont||Nemours Foundation||1909||Neoclassical||Carrère and Hastings|
|53||46,054 square feet (4,278.6 m2)||Greystone Mansion||Beverly Hills, California||Edward L. Doheny||City of Beverly Hills||1928||Tudor Revival||Gordon Kaufmann|
|54||46,050 square feet (4,278 m2)||Carolands||Hillsborough, California||Harriet Pullman Carolan||Charles Bartlett Johnson||1914||Second Empire|| Ernest Sanson |
|55||46,000 square feet (4,300 m2)||Elstowe Manor||Elkins Park, Pennsylvania||William L. Elkins||Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine de' Ricci||1898||Italian Renaissance||Horace Trumbauer|
|56||45,891 square feet (4,263.4 m2)||457 Bel Air Road||Los Angeles, California||Beny Alagem||Beny Alagem||2006||French Normandy||Robert A.M. Stern|
|57||45,854 square feet (4,260.0 m2)||Villa Collina||Moorestown, New Jersey||Vernon Hill||Vernon Hill||2002||Italian Renaissance|
|58||45,843 square feet (4,259.0 m2)||Townsend House||Washington, D.C.||Richard T. Townsend||Cosmos Club||1901||Beaux-Arts||Carrère and Hastings|
|59 (tie)||45,000 square feet (4,200 m2)||Illinois Executive Mansion||Springfield, Illinois||State of Illinois||State of Illinois||1855||Georgian Revival||John M. Van Osdel|
|59 (tie)||45,000 square feet (4,200 m2)||Yaddo||Saratoga Springs, New York||Spencer Trask||Corporation of Yaddo||1893||Tudor Revival||William Halsey Wood|
|59 (tie)||45,000 square feet (4,200 m2)||Darlington||Mahwah, New Jersey||George Crocker||Ilija Pavlovic||1907||Jacobean||James Brite|
|59 (tie)||45,000 square feet (4,200 m2)||Henry Clay Frick House||New York, New York||Henry Clay Frick||Frick Collection||1914||Beaux-Arts||Carrère and Hastings|
|60||44,936 square feet (4,174.7 m2)||Anderson House||Washington, D.C.||Larz Anderson||Society of the Cincinnati||1905||Beaux-Arts||Arthur Little |
|61||44,925 square feet (4,173.7 m2)||Le Palais||Beverly Hills, California||Mohamed Hadid||Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva [ citation needed ]||2011||Châteauesque|
|62||44,309 square feet (4,116.4 m2)||Glencairn||Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania||Raymond Pitcairn||The New Church||1938||Romanesque||Raymond Pitcairn|
|63||44,234 square feet (4,109.5 m2)||Villa Vittoriosa||Fayetteville, Georgia||Evander Holyfield||Rick Ross [ citation needed ]||1994||Neoclassical||Portman Fuchtman Vinson Sunderland|
|64||44,229 square feet (4,109.0 m2)||Ochre Court||Newport, Rhode Island||Ogden Goelet||Salve Regina University||1892||Châteauesque||Richard Morris Hunt|
|65||44,000 square feet (4,100 m2)||Hyde Park||Hyde Park, New York||Frederick Vanderbilt||National Park Service||1899||Beaux-Arts||Charles Follen McKim|
|66||43,793 square feet (4,068.5 m2)||Boldt Castle||Alexandria Bay, New York||George Boldt||Thousand Islands Bridge Authority||1904||Chateauesque||G.W. & W.D. Hewitt|
|67||43,561 square feet (4,046.9 m2)||Marland Mansion||Ponca City, Oklahoma||Ernest Whitworth Marland||City of Ponca City||1928||Mediterranean Revival||John Duncan Forsyth|
|68||43,557 square feet (4,046.6 m2)||901 Trophy Hills Drive||Las Vegas, Nevada||Sheldon Adelson||Sheldon Adelson||2013|
|69||43,515 square feet (4,042.7 m2)||Asherwood||Carmel, Indiana||Melvin Simon||Great American Songbook Foundation||1999||Chateauesque|
|70||43,040 square feet (3,999 m2)||Primatara||Springfield, Missouri||Robert Low||Robert Low||(under construction)||Richard Drummond Davis|
|71||42,831 square feet (3,979.1 m2)||Château des Fleurs||Los Angeles, California||James A. Kaplan||James A. Kaplan||2014||Chateauesque||William Hefner|
|72||42,014 square feet (3,903.2 m2)||51 Winding Brook Drive||Saratoga Springs, New York||John Breyo||John Breyo||2006||Mediterranean Revival||Robert Flansburg|
|73 (tie)||42,000 square feet (3,900 m2)||Payne Mansion||Esopus, New York||Oliver Hazard Payne||Marist College||1911||Beaux-Arts||Carrère and Hastings|
|73 (tie)||42,000 square feet (3,900 m2)||Rose Terrace||Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan||Anna Thompson Dodge||(demolished in 1976)||1931||Neoclassical||Horace Trumbauer|
|74||41,774 square feet (3,880.9 m2)||Le Palais Royal||Hillsboro Beach, Florida||Robert Pereira||Robert Pereira||2014||Beaux-Arts||Denio Madera|
|75||40,050 square feet (3,721 m2)||Carolands||Hillsborough, California||Harriet Pullman Carolan||Charles Bartlett Johnson||1914||Second Empire|| Ernest Sanson |
|76 (tie)||41,000 square feet (3,800 m2)||Hayes Mansion||San Jose, California||Mary Hayes Chynoweth||City of San Jose||1905||Mediterranean Revival||George Page|
|76 (tie)||41,000 square feet (3,800 m2)||NYIT de Seversky Mansion||Old Westbury, New York||Alfred I. du Pont||New York Institute of Technology||1918||Georgian Revival||Carrère and Hastings|
|77||40,916 square feet (3,801.2 m2)||Il Palmetto||Palm Beach, Florida||Joseph E. Widener||James H. Clark||1927||Mediterranean Revival||Maurice Fatio|
|78||40,280 square feet (3,742 m2)||Walker McCune Mansion||Paradise Valley, Arizona||Walker McCune||George A. Hormel family||1962||Contemporary|
|79 (tie)||40,000 square feet (3,700 m2)||Mills Mansion||Hyde Park, New York||Ogden Mills||New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation||1896||Beaux-Arts||Stanford White|
|79 (tie)||40,000 square feet (3,700 m2)||The Braes||Glen Cove, New York||Herbert L. Pratt||Webb Institute||1912||Jacobean||James Brite|
|79 (tie)||40,000 square feet (3,700 m2)||Coe Hall||Upper Brookville, New York||William Robertson Coe||Planting Fields Foundation||1921||Tudor Revival||Guy Lowell|
|79 (tie)||40,000 square feet (3,700 m2)||Rynwood||Old Brookville, New York||Samuel Agar Salvage||John Mariani Jr||1927||Tudor Revival||Roger Bullard|
|79 (tie)||40,000 square feet (3,700 m2)||10697 Somma Way||Los Angeles, California||Ty Cueva||Ty Cueva||2017||Spanish Colonial Revival|
|80||39,648 square feet (3,683.4 m2)||Seaview Terrace||Newport, Rhode Island||Edson Bradley||Martin Carey||1925||Chateauesque||Howard Greenley|
|81||39,400 square feet (3,660 m2)||137 Beech Ridge Dr |
|Bell Acres,||Joseph Nocito Sr.||2010s||Chateauesque|
|82||38,000 square feet (3,500 m2)||5501 W Hamilton Road S |
‘Pizza Hut Mansion’
|Fort Wayne, Indiana||Dick Freeland||Dick Freeland||1997||Chateauesque|
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