According to Zillow North Dakota, the 2nd most expensive home currently is in Bismarck.

The homes on Harbor Drive in Bismarck are luxurious million-dollar mansions that's for sure.  Here's another one that just went on the market on July 5th, 2023 (I'm pretty sure I couldn't afford the monthly electrical bill for this place).

Introducing 2023 Harbor Drive in Bismarck, North Dakota.

This home was built back in 1993.  It features 6 bedrooms and 4 baths.  You better make sure you are able to hire a cleaning crew, and I mean crew because the home is 7,798 square feet on 1.09 acres.

I guess the only thing that is maybe disappointing about this home is no shop.  It does feature 4 garage spaces.

You will have access to the Missouri River with this property on the harbor and the views look amazing.  I had a really hard time choosing which photos to showcase in this article because there are so many great ones to choose from.

This home really does have everything you could want or need.  Bars, fireplaces, multiple patios, stunning views, and a turnkey waterfront paradise.

About the only thing you could maybe say, is some of the rooms are maybe a bit outdated in my opinion.  Either that or the style just isn't my first choice as I prefer the farm cottage look.  A little too fancy for me.  With that being said, if I had the money, I could learn to live with it or fix it the way I wanted it to be.

So, speaking of money, how much will this palace set you back?  Try $2,890,000. 

That's right, nearly 2.9 million dollars.  That would give you a mortgage payment of about $18,717 dollars.

I better run out and buy a lottery ticket.  Enjoy the photos and dare to dream.  The 2nd most expensive home for sale in North Dakota.

The 2nd Most Expensive Home Currently For Sale In North Dakota

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