This is what a $750,000 home looks like in four different U.S. cities

Depending on where you want to live, a hefty budget of $750,000 can get you more bang for your buck or make you feel cheated. In The Know has searched four cities for your best options on the generous budget.

Our first stop is in Brooklyn. The trendy neighborhood is a hub of modern restaurants and boutiques. This 779-square-foot condo is nestled in a residential area and has two beds and one bath. Its sunbathed kitchen and proximity to everything are its best selling points.

If you love the city, but you want a little more space, try Los Angeles instead. This 1,337-square-foot single-family home comes with three beds and two and a half baths. The large living room, kitchen and master bedroom with a balcony view combined with L.A.’s weather is perfect for urban dwellers.

Denver might be a better choice for skiers and snowboarders. Home to the Rocky Mountains, this 2,0004-square-foot house includes four bedrooms and two and a half baths. The huge backyard contains a stone patio and treehouse. It just might be the perfect place to experience the great outdoors with the family.

But this hidden treasure in Leoma, Tenn., is ideal for the unconventional. Instead of a house, a 200-year-old historic grist mill awaits on 70 acres of land. It includes additional properties like two homes and a retro general store. However, what makes this deal irresistible is the waterfalls that run through the area.

There you have it! Whether you love nature or densely populated cities, $750,000 is plenty to find your dream home.

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