The Largest Private Residence in Every State

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Oklahoma: 12500 W. Wilshire Blvd., Yukon
> Size: 39,354 square feet

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Oregon: 32088 S.W. Peach Cove Rd., West Linn
> Size: 51,000 square feet

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Pennsylvania: Villa Noci, Pittsburgh
> Size: 39,400 square feet

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Rhode Island: Seaview Terrace, Newport
> Size: 43,772 square feet

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South Carolina: 28 Seven Oaks Dr., Bluffton
> Size: 20,700 square feet

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