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Hate The In-Laws? The Country's Most Expensive One-Bedrooms

Billionaire Howard Hughes pulled it off for years: living in seclusion, sitting a top a pile of moolah. Want to channel that lifestyle without, say, experiencing the debilitating paranoia or utter insanity that Hughes eventually fell into? The country's most expensive one-bedroom apartments are prime for the picking.

Los Angeles (above)
9255 Doheny Road, #1805 [Sotheby's]
$2,650,000

Miami (above)
2201 Collins Avenue, #1029 [SFREA]
$2,200,000

Seattle (above)
2720 3rd Avenue, PH2 [Windermere]
$3,000,000

San Francisco (above)
1200 California Street, #25A [Gomez&Patton]
$2,895,000

New York (above)
781 Fifth Avenue, #1701 [Sotheby's]
$6,950,000


Chicago (above)
664 North Michigan Avenue, #31F [Prudential Rubloff]
$2,222,000


And of course, Las Vegas (above)
2000 North Fashion Show Drive, #6409 [Trump]
$1,529,000