The Largest Private Residence in Every State

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New Mexico: 4018 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe
> Size: 18,663 square feet

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New York: Fair Field, Sagaponack (The Hamptons)
> Size: 110,000 square feet

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North Carolina: Harrison Point Manor, Mooresville
> Size: 20,850 square feet

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North Dakota: 2043 Rose Creek Blvd. S., Fargo
> Size: 18,000 square feet

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Ohio: Eschman Meadows, Nashport
> Size: 57,000 square feet

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