Tour Three Homes Listed for $1 Million Dollars Across the United States

Find out what a million-dollar house looks like in different parts of the country.

Whether you're shopping for a home in a growing city, a cozy neighborhood, or an iconic seaside beach town, a million dollars goes a long way. In the eleventh episode of Listing Price, we tour three houses based in Idaho, Georgia, and California. Although separated by many miles, each house has something in common, including stellar backyards and dazzling open-concept layouts.

white house in Idaho

Better Homes & Gardens

Meridian, Idaho: $999,999

Crisp and clean, this stunning Idaho home welcomes you in with a bright blue door. Once inside, the open-concept floor plan showcases the living, dining, and kitchen area. Built in 2022, everything in this home is brand new. 

Dark accents are used throughout the space. This includes a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, ceiling fan, and pendant lights over the kitchen island. Hardwood floors and built-in shelves add warmth to balance out the black. Natural light floods into the space from floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the landscaped backyard. The dining area offers easy access to a large covered patio.

The three bedrooms are located on the sides of the home. Each has large windows to let in sunlight. Adjacent to one of the bedrooms is a narrow space that offers two built-in desks with cabinets. This nook is the perfect spot to work from home or catch up on homework. The primary bedroom includes an ensuite primary bath that's the perfect place to pamper yourself. It has a large porcelain soaking tub and walk-in shower. Separate vanities provide ample space for toiletries and cosmetics.  

Upstairs, the home boasts a large open attic with an attached full bathroom. This room can be transformed into a family room, bedroom, or multi-purpose space. Outside, a 1,300-square-foot garage offers three stalls (including a space for an RV!). The home is subject to a $500 semi-annual HOA fee.

white farmhouse in Georgia

Better Homes & Gardens

Ball Ground, Georgia: $999,999

  • Square feet: 3,000
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Listed by: Karen Lance, BHGRE Metro Brokers

Rustic and charming, this new farmhouse is located in a small city north of Atlanta. When you enter the double doors, you’re greeted with an open-concept living space. Wood beams and columns add simple elegance. The gleaming white kitchen shines with marble countertops, subway tiles, and classic cabinetry. A window near the farmhouse kitchen sink offers a pretty view into the front yard. A pantry hides in plain sight behind cabinet doors, offering food and equipment storage. 

Opposite the kitchen, a brick fireplace is flanked by built-in shelves. The living space continues outdoors with a spacious screened porch that features a fireplace. This elevated space overlooks the robust backyard. The basement offers access to a generous walkout patio. Shielded from the elements, it’s a perfect spot to host summer barbecues. 

The primary bedroom is also located on the main floor. A plethora of windows usher in natural light, which illuminates the paneled ceiling and hardwood floors. The space features a long walk-in closet with built-in shelves. The connected bathroom includes a spa tub and walk-in shower.

Two other bedrooms are located on the second level. One features an ensuite bathroom. Additionally, a large bonus with French doors can be used as an office, game room, or additional bedroom.

tan house in California

Better Homes & Gardens

Ventura, California: $999,999

  • Square feet: 2,989
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Listed by: Sandra Jones, BHGRE Property Shoppe

Sunny days, blue skies, and quick trips to the ocean are all perks of living in Ventura, California. This roomy house sits at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. When you enter the home, you’re immediately immersed in an open-concept living and dining area with vaulted ceilings. Through the dining room is a U-shaped kitchen with granite countertops and cherry cabinets. Ample food storage is available in the wall of floor-to-ceiling cabinets. A breakfast bar offers space for informal dining. Off of the kitchen is a sizeable bonus area with French doors leading out to a covered patio. 

The fenced-in backyard offers plenty of space and privacy. Sloped platform garden levels showcase a diverse array of plants. Built-in stairs grant easy access to the embankment. In the front of the home, there’s an enclosed two-car garage. If your family is full of explorers, there’s even extra space for an RV. 

One of the largest selling points of this home is the secondary suite located on the main floor. This space features its own living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom, and exterior entrance. On the second floor, there are four bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

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