Big city money: Luxury suburbs in the nation's largest metros

Engel & Völkers North America released a list of the nation's biggest cities and their most expensive neighborhoods
  • The top two wealthiest neighborhoods are in the Golden State, including Bel Air and Los Angeles and Los Altos Hills in San Jose.
  • New York's Bronxville is the third wealthiest neighborhood, located in Westchester County and home to a median home sales price of $2,325,000.
  • Houston, Dallas and San Antonio all had communities make the list as the most luxurious neighborhoods in the nation.

Throughout the nation’s largest metros, each has a gem of a neighborhood filled with some of the most luxurious real estate. Engel & Völkers North America decided to rank them, recently releasing its top 10 list of the most expensive suburbs in America.