The Largest Private Residence in Every State

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Alabama: Château Montagel, Shoal Creek
> Size: 54,400 square feet

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Alaska: Second Star, Homer
> Size: 17,000 square feet

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Arizona: McCune/Hormel Mansion, Paradise Valley
> Size: 52,000 square feet

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Arkansas: 9221 Moody Rd., Fort Smith
> Size: 18,367 square feet

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California: The One, Los Angeles
> Size: 105,000 square feet

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