It's not as if any more proof were needed that California has some very rich people. Still, there's fresh evidence: It turns out that the state includes 14 of the 20 most expensive ZIP codes in the country.
But it doesn't have No.1. That distinction belongs to Sagaponack, a village in the Hamptons on eastern Long Island where the median sale price of a home is $5,125,000, according to an analysis by PropertyShark, a real estate website.
Atherton placed second, with a median sale price of $5,050,000, followed by Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Palo Alto.
Florida was the only state other than California and New York that had a ZIP code in the top 20, as Miami Beach clinched ninth place.
In the Bay Area, Los Altos and Portola Valley were also among the most expensive ZIP codes in the United States.