ATHERTON (CBS SF) — For a fifth straight year, Atherton remains the nation’s most expensive zip code with median home sale prices at a record $7.475 million, according to PropertyShark’s annual survey.
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It’s the hometown of tech billionaires, entertainment heavyweights and venture capitalists.
“Reaching a new record median sale price at $7,475,000, Atherton’s 94027 remains the #1 most expensive zip code in the U.S. for the fifth consecutive year — nearly $2 million ahead of the runner-up,” the real estate property firm said in a news release. “Not only that, but the billionaire favorite also saw its median rise 7% year-to-year, suggesting that this exclusive enclave may continue to retain its leading position in the future.”READ MORE: Temple University Student Samuel Sean Collington Killed In Off-Campus Shooting In North Philadelphia
Overall, San Francisco boasts the highest concentration of pricey zip codes while the entire Bay Area has 47 of nation’s most exclusive zip codes.
Among the other Bay Area communities in the top 12 were: the Marin County community of Ross at No.4 at $4.583 million; Los Altos at No. 9 at $4.052 million and Palo Alto at No. 12 at $3.8 million.’MORE NEWS: 'The Whole World Is Going To See It': Art From Nebinger Elementary Students To Be Featured On National Christmas Tree
The top 10 nationwide in the annual survey were:
- No.1 — Atherton, $7.475 million
- No.2 — Boston (Suffolk County), $5.5 million
- No.3 — Sagaponack (Suffolk County), $5 million
- No 4 — Ross, $4.583 million
- No.5 — Miami Beach, $4.475 million
- No.6 — Beverly Hills, $4.125 million
- No.7 — Santa Barbara, $4.103 million
- No.8 — Santa Monica, $4.058 million
- No.9 — Los Altos, $4.052 million
- No. 10 — Medina, King County, Washington State, $4 million