List of largest houses in the United States

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This list of largest houses in the United States is split into two categories, with some overlap: largest historic houses and largest privately owned houses.

Largest historic houses by square footage[edit]

RankSquare footageNameLocationBuilt byYear completedArchitectural styleArchitect
1178,926Biltmore HouseAsheville, North CarolinaGeorge Washington Vanderbilt II1895ChâteauesqueRichard Morris Hunt
2112,895Oheka CastleHuntington, New YorkOtto Kahn1919ChâteauesqueDelano and Aldrich
3105,000Whitemarsh HallWyndmoor, PennsylvaniaEdward T. Stotesbury1917Beaux-ArtsHorace Trumbauer
4100,000Arden HouseHarriman, New YorkEdward Henry Harriman1909Carrère and Hastings
596,582WinterthurWinterthur, DelawareHenry Francis du Pont1932Manor houseHenry Francis du Pont
690,000Shadow LawnWest Long Branch, New JerseyHubert Templeton Parson1927Beaux-ArtsHorace Trumbauer
790,000InisfadaNorth Hills, New YorkNicholas Frederic Brady1919Tudor RevivalJohn Torrey Windrim
888,000Meadow Brook HallRochester Hills, MichiganMatilda Dodge Wilson1929Tudor RevivalSmith Hinchman & Grylls
980,000Harbor HillRoslyn, New YorkClarence Hungerford Mackay1899ChâteauesqueMcKim Mead & White
1075,000Indian Neck HallOakdale, New YorkFrederick Gilbert Bourne1908Federal Revival/GeorgianErnest Flagg
1172,450Ochre CourtNewport, Rhode IslandOgden Goelet1892ChâteauesqueRichard Morris Hunt
1270,000Lynnewood HallElkins Park, PennsylvaniaPeter A. B. Widener1900NeoclassicalHorace Trumbauer
1370,000Idle HourOakdale, New YorkWilliam K. Vanderbilt1901English Country StyleRichard Howland Hunt
1467,066CarolandsHillsborough, CaliforniaHarriet Pullman Carolan1914Beaux Arts - Second EmpireErnest Sanson and Willis Polk
1565,000The BreakersNewport, Rhode IslandCornelius Vanderbilt II1895Italian Renaissance RevivalRichard Morris Hunt
1665,000Winfield HallGlen Cove, New YorkFrank Winfield Woolworth1916Italian Renaissance RevivalC.P.H. Gilbert
1764,500Stan Hywet HallAkron, OhioFrank Seiberling1915Tudor RevivalCharles Sumner Schneider
1862,500 [1]Mar-A-LagoPalm Beach, FloridaMarjorie Merriweather Post1927Marion Sims Wyeth, Joseph Urban
1962,000[2]BlairsdenPeapack-Gladstone, New JerseyClinton Ledyard Blair1903ChâteauesqueCarrère and Hastings
2060,645Hearst CastleSan Simeon, CaliforniaWilliam Randolph Hearst1947Mediterranean Revival, Renaissance Revival, Spanish Colonial RevivalJulia Morgan
2160,000WhitehallPalm Beach, FloridaHenry Morrison Flagler1902Beaux-ArtsCarrère and Hastings
2260,000Elstowe ManorElkins Park, PennsylvaniaWilliam L. Elkins1898Italian High RenaissanceHorace Trumbauer
2360,000The ElmsNewport, Rhode IslandEdward Julius Berwind1901Classical RevivalHorace Trumbauer
2460,000PembrokeGlen Cove, New YorkJoseph R. De Lemar1916French NeoclassicalC.P.H. Gilbert
2560,000Boldt CastleHeart Island, New YorkGeorge Boldt1904CastleG.W. & W.D. Hewitt

Largest privately owned houses by square footage[edit]

RankSquare footageNameLocationOwnerYear completedArchitectural styleArchitect
1178,926[3]Biltmore HouseAsheville, North CarolinaWilliam A.V. Cecil1895ChâteauesqueRichard Morris Hunt
2109,000[4]Oheka CastleHuntington, New YorkGary Melius1919ChâteauesqueDelano and Aldrich
390,000[5]VersaillesWindermere, FloridaDavid A. Siegel2015Châteauesque
472,215 [6][7][8]PensmoreHighlandville, MissouriSteven T. Huff2016Châteauesque
566,395 (main house)[9][10]Fairfield*Sagaponack, New YorkIra Rennert2003Ferguson and Shamamian
666,000[11]Xanadu 2.0Medina, WashingtonBill Gates1995Pacific lodgeJames Cutler
762,000[2]BlairsdenPeapack-Gladstone, New JerseyT. Eric Galloway[12]1903ChâteauesqueCarrère and Hastings
861,774[13]Maison de L'AmitiePalm Beach, FloridaDmitry Rybolovlev1990
961,403[14]51 Winding Brook DriveSaratoga Springs, New YorkJohn Breyo2006
1060,000[15]Château des FleursLos Angeles, CATamara Ecclestone2014ChateauesqueWilliam Hefner
1157,000[16]Eschman MeadowsNashport, OhioTami Longaberger2001GeorgianGeorge Acock, Phil White
1232,683[17][18]The ManorLos Angeles, CaliforniaPetra Ecclestone1988ChâteauesqueJames Langenheim & Associates
1352,800[19]Walker McCune MansionParadise Valley, ArizonaFamily of George A. Hormel1962[20]
1450,000[21][22]7 Montagel WayBirmingham, AlabamaLarry House1997[23]Bill Shephard[24]
1549,300[25]N Angelo DriveLos Angeles, CAAnthony Pritzker2010ContemporaryParisian architecture firm
1648,515[26]50 Poplar Hill DriveFarmington, ConnecticutCurtis Jackson[27]1985[28]
1748,000[29]Le BelvedereLos Angeles, CaliforniaMohamed Hadid2006
1848,000[30]Champ d'Or EstateHickory Creek, TXJoe Jamail2002Chateauesque
1947,000[31]Le ReveCumming, GeorgiaRick Jackson2005Norman Askins
2047,000[32]1 Sundance Pl NWCartersville, GeorgiaIris Johansen[33]2009
2145,854[34]Villa CollinaMoorestown, New JerseyVernon Hill2002Italian Renaissance[34]
2245,000[35]Fleur de LysLos Angeles, CaliforniaMariah Carey2001F. Richardson Robertson III
2343,000[36]9505 Lania LaneBeverly Hills, CaliforniaJeff Greene2002Bob Offenhauser
2442,709[37]Paradisio del MarManalapan, FloridaTom Gerrard1989Randall Keller
2542,471[38][not in citation given]Evans Ridge EstateParker, ColoradoJohn Malone1998
2641,000[39][40]Meadowbrook DriveBurr Ridge, IllinoisNick Memeti2014Rob Kirk
2740,000[41][42]5 Lakeview CircleLake St. Louis, MissouriHarold C. Lewis[43]2010Châteauesque
2840,000[44]490 W Paces Ferry Rd NWAtlanta, Georgia2008[45]
2936,720[46][47]Villa CollinaKnoxville, TennesseeScott Boruff2000Italianate
3032,683[48]2700 Point LaneHighland Park, IllinoisMichael Jordan[49]1995[50]

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