From homes with sweeping views of Sweeney Lake, to 1960s ramblers, Golden Valley is home to many beautiful, expensive estates. Here are the top five most expensive homes currently for sale in the community. To learn more about the home, click on the address.
1725 Bridegwater Road
Located on Golden Valley's Sweeney Lake, this $1,037,000 home sits on 2.59 acres of land. In total, the 3 bedroom, 4 bath home is about 4,700 square feet and was built in the Hidden Lakes neighborhood in 2004. Walls of glass provide a sweeping view of the lake and lawn, and arched entry ways give the home character. A possible fourth bedroom was built as an exercise room with a private bath and closet. For more information—or to schedule a showing—check out the house listing on ReMax Results, or contact local realtor Gary Bennett.
4530 Strawberry Lane
For $775,000, you can own a four bedroom, four bath home on Strawberry Lane. Built in 1990, the North Tyrol house is a little over 4,000 square feet and boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms. For more information, contact realtor Bruce Birkeland4115 Leber LaneThis four bedroom, three bathroom home in Tyrol hills is for sale for $649,900. The house is 3,732 square feet and has English-style architecture. Built in 1939, the house sits on a little more than half an acre of land and is complete with fireplaces and an attached garage.
600 Turnpike Road
This home, built in 1942, could be yours for $642,000. The house has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and sits on 0.62 acres of land. The lower level finished with an indoor pool, sauna, bar and fireplace. In total, the house is 4,200 square feet.
5221 Woodstock Avenue
For $549,000 you can own this 1960s rambler. The home is 3,472 square feet and is complete with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. For more information or to schedule a showing, contact Deborah Finney.
This four bedroom, four bathroom home has a price tag of $540,000. It was built in 1999, has a private patio and 4,384 square feet. For more information, contact Sue Chenard.