The Largest Private Residence in Every State

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Colorado: Hala Ranch, Aspen
> Size: 56,000 square feet

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Connecticut: Chase Mansion, West Hartford
> Size: 50,853 square feet

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Delaware: 313 Pentland Dr, Wilmington
> Size: 25,000 square feet

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Florida: Versailles, Lake Windermere
> Size: 90,000 square feet

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Georgia: Villa Vittoriosa, Fayetteville
> Size: 44,234 square feet

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