We love The New York Times
's ongoing "What You Get For" series where the newspaper takes a set real estate price and compares what your money will buy you in various states and cities. We're particularly taken with this week's roundup
of homes currently on the market each with a price tag around $1.85M. The results have us in a flurry of emotions: amused, shocked, horrified, confused, contemplating moving, and more. See the results for yourself and lets us know your own thoughts in the comments!
Venice Beach, California
Two blocks from the beach; Loft space in the master bedroom; Renovated in 2006
Asheville, North Carolina
Neighborhood has park, lake, country club, and bird sanctuary; 12 foot ceilings; Elevator
Listing: Beverly-Hanks and Associates
Property total (includes main house, two guest houses, and various apartments) 13/ at least 10.5
Equestrian facilities including a barn, tack room, stables, and arena; Stone fireplace in the master bedroom; Private saloon with bar and kitchen.
Listing: Prudential Texas Properties
To read more about each property and see additional images, head to The New York Times
Photographs: Ethan Pines, John MacLean, Cooper Neill