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Location: Atlanta, Georgia
The Skinny: Situated on 18 acres in a leafy northwest Atlanta neighborhood, this English manor provides the opportunity for some lucky would-be owner to play country squire—provided, of course, they can meet the $48M asking price. Seems steep when you consider that the price for a "real" title of nobility can be had for as little as £10,000 (approximately $16,600), but then they'd also have to buy a real, probably drafty, English country home, and deal with British servants who look down on them for being a unrefined, nouveau riche Yank. Better to buy American, where you can place your antique statuary around a saline Pebble Tec pool rather than a muddy old duck pond, and a hamburger is always just a short limousine ride away. Other perks of owning this 17,776-square-foot manse include two kitchens, a wine cellar, a media room, and a playground. The current owner will also throw in "one of the finest collections of eclectic furnishings in the world".