I'm sure you've seen some pretty lavish neighborhoods in North Dakota, but have you ever wondered which was the most expensive neighborhood in the state?

I'm not sure if it's a good thing or a bad thing to be considered the "Most expensive" neighborhood, but in any case, here's what we found.

A company called Cash Net USA, looked at data from Zillow to find the most expensive towns and neighborhoods in each state; they added the house prices and then divided them by the number of properties.

This made it to where they could put a value on each neighborhood.

America's Most Expensive Neighborhood

Before we get into North Dakota's most expensive neighborhood, you might find it interesting that the source found the most expensive neighborhood in the country.

Mirror mirror on the wall... Manalapan, Florida is the most expensive of them all.

Homes in that neighborhood average $39,761,000. Holy cow!


Most Expensive Neighborhood In North Dakota

The source found the most expensive neighborhood in North Dakota is none other than Horace Mann.

Where the heck is that? -- It's in Cass County. This Fargo neighborhood was named after the "Father of American Education." Horace Mann was credited for unifying the American school system.


Google Maps
Google Maps

At a glance, this neighborhood looks like any other, but the average price of a home in that area is $739,193.

Point Of Story

Point of this story is there are some spendy neighborhoods out there. If you plan on moving soon, keep this in mind.

Thanks for reading!

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