Forbes has released their annual list of "America's Most Expensive ZIP Codes." The list is compiled by Altos Research and looks at median home prices for more than 29,500 ZIP codes.

Marcio Silva

Prominent places like Manhattan, Santa Barbara, and Beverly Hills are on the list, but two Colorado ZIP codes also made the rich list.

Homes in Aspen and Woody Creek have made the top 25 "Most Expensive."

According to the report, the median home price in Aspen's 81611 ZIP code is $4,999,111 and spends an average of 287 days on the market.

Going through it looks like to claim 81611's most expensive property you would have to shell out $80,000,000! Of course, that also gets you 26 bedrooms, 27.5 bathrooms, 41,318 square ft. The property sits on a beautiful 82.6 acres.

If $80,000,000 is out of your price range, perhaps you can be tempted by the least expensive property for sale in the 81611 ZIP. For $23,000 you can own a third-floor unit that has Aspen Mountain views, no bedrooms, one bathroom, and is a spacious 436 square feet.

Woody Creek, Colorado (81656) claims spot #22 on the list. The median home price: $4,722,692. Each house spends an average of 464 days on the market. If you're looking to move to the 81656 the most expensive home available is selling for $39,900,000. That will get you 22 bedrooms, 20.5 baths, 22,165 square feet, on 244 acres. If that's just a little outside of the budget, this modestly priced one bedroom, one bath, 879 sq ft that sits on a 1.14-acre lot, can be yours for $545,000.