These Houses Are All Listed for $1.1 Million. See What That Buys

Peek inside a modern home near the mountains, a gated California community, and a one-story home with historic charm.

On our third episode of Listing Price, we'll step inside a series of homes listed for $1.1M. While a million dollars is a lot of money, the type and size of the house you can get varies extensively around the country. While extravagant details and features can increase the price, location is the most influential factor. A home's listing price fluctuates depending on if a home is in a sought-after historic neighborhood, at the end of a cul-de-sac, or within a gated community.

Each of these three homes has a unique buy-it factor that sets them apart on the market, including vintage charm, a gated community in California, and a contemporary lodge with its own elevator. Take a deeper dive into these $1.1M homes and see what your money can buy you in different parts of the United States.

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Oxnard, California: $1,025,000

Listed for $1,025,000, this five-bedroom, three-bathroom single-family home resides in Oxnard, California. At 3,041 square feet, it sits in a gated community with a resort-style pool, golf course, and fitness center; the monthly HOA fee is $160.

Inside, you'll find a cozy seating area equipped with a gas fireplace. A spacious dining room follows with plenty of room for a large table. The expansive kitchen has stainless-steel appliances, a double sink on the island, and granite countertops. An eat-in breakfast nook sits off to the side of the island. A nearby family room opens to the kitchen, perfect for entertaining. The family room has a fireplace, built-in storage, and plenty of natural light. The laundry room, which includes a sink and plenty of storage, is also on the main floor.

The second floor contains the main bedroom with a large walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. With a separate shower and jacuzzi-style bath, this bathroom has plenty of space. The second floor also includes the remaining four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Outside, a lush backyard features a patio, professional landscaping, and a pergola with a hammock.

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Prescott, Arizona: $1,125,000

Next, we head to Prescott, Arizona, where this 2,812-square-foot home sits about 100 miles from Phoenix. Listed for $1,125,000, with an $860 HOA fee, this two-story home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. With almost $500,000 in renovations, this home includes a glass elevator and a high-end kitchen.

Walking through the front door you're met with vaulted ceilings and a huge stone fireplace. Large two-story windows let in plenty of natural light and open to the back deck. The open concept layout connects the living room, kitchen, dining room, and breakfast nook. The dream kitchen features high-end appliances, dark cabinets with soft-close hinges, and quartzite countertops.

A modern glass elevator connects to a small home gym and laundry room in the basement.

Off the great room is the primary bedroom, which includes its own private deck. The en-suite bathroom has two vanities, a freestanding soaking tub, and a walk-in shower. Other features include ornate tile and a separate toilet room.

Upstairs, a balcony overlooks the downstairs living room. Two bedrooms with simple details and ample closet space are perfect for kids or guest rooms. The full bathroom features beautiful tile in the shower. A private office is also on the second floor.

Outside, a wood deck is perfect for entertaining and includes stairs down to a stone patio. At the end of a cul-de-sac and in close proximity to trails, this quiet home brings nature to your doorstep.

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San Luis Obispo, California: $1,025,000

This 1,124-square-foot home is located in San Luis Obispo, named America's happiest city by Oprah. This $1,025,000 one-story home is full of vintage charm and original craftsmanship. With two bedrooms and one bathroom, this smaller home makes up for its size with its cozy and charming style.

Entering the home, you are greeted with hardwood flooring and the original fireplace. Large windows let in plenty of natural light. To the left is the dining room with built-in cabinets perfect for storing extra dishware.

Connected to the dining room is the kitchen, which features the original cabinetry and vintage tile. A built-iron board pays tribute to the past in this sentimental space. More large built-ins in the kitchen add even more storage space to this small home.

Two bedrooms, one with a walk-in closet with cabinets, also have hardwood floors and bright white details for a clean look. The bathroom has a separate tub and shower, and the original tile floor is in pristine condition.

The one-car garage has a carriage door and a laundry room with an attached sink. A beautiful front porch and cozy backyard make this home perfect for relaxing in privacy. This California home is a vintage-lovers dream with many original details kept in great condition.

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