Saddle River is one of New Jersey’s wealthiest towns, with a seven-bedroom, ten-bathroom home costing up to $5 million. Of course, that price includes a massive hot tub and your own private fountain.
The massive mansions and lush, green manicured landscapes certainly make this town a gorgeous destination, and everything is so perfect it almost looks like a movie set. If you don’t happen to have a million dollars in loose change in your wallet, you should definitely do a day trip here at least!
Scarsdale, New York
Many people won't find it at all surprising that Scarsdale made this list. After all, it is the second richest town in the country and the wealthiest one on the entire East coast. This stunning New York City suburb has a whopping average home price of over $2 million, with six-bedroom houses going for as much as $10 million.
In fact, there was even a rumor that Beyonce and Jay-Z had bought a house in Scarsdale. Even though it hasn't been confirmed, Scarsdale remains a favorite destination for the country's elite celebrities, politicians, athletes, and CEOs.
Los Altos, California
Los Altos is another California town that has become filthy rich thanks to being in Silicon Valley. A northern town in the San Francisco Bay area, Los Altos is home to many tech entrepreneurs and big company CEOs.
Los Altos, which means "The Heights" in Spanish, certainly has an appropriate name, since it really has one of the highest standards of living in the country. It's taken some years, but nowadays, Los Altos is ranked as one of the country's most expensive towns.
Everybody knows that Greenwich is one of the wealthiest towns in Connecticut, and Riverside is one of its richest neighborhoods. Houses with 15 bathrooms, 10 bedrooms, and a price tag of over $18 million make Riverside a very exclusive place to live.
And if a villa like this isn't enough to convince you, maybe the celebrity neighbors will. Out of a long list of famous people living in Riverside, some names include Kathie Lee Gifford, former NFL player Tiki Barber, and former NHL player Marc Staal. The fancy neighbors, the jaw-dropping mansions, a spectacular view of the cove, and a short train ride to NYC should be enough to make your move.
Old Greenwich, Connecticut
Old Greenwich is a small neighborhood in Greenwich, Connecticut, and it is best described as a classic beauty owned by residents that come from old money. Described by the New York Times as a "front-porch kind of place", Old Greenwich is a quiet, and very wealthy, oasis surrounded by multicolored trees and majestic estates.
What makes this town special is the fact that, even though it is littered with mansions, there is still somewhat of a small-town feel to it. The wealthy coastal neighborhood of Old Greenwich is home to wealthy Wall Street executives, professional athletes, and CEOs. Who else could afford a $10 million mansion with a huge yard?