Nice digs: Top 10 priciest Twin Cities home listings

Peek inside the most expensive homes for sale in the metro. These posh properties range from a well-known $24 million landmark to modern homes for less than $7 million. And here's one for bargain hunters: a foreclosure priced for less than $6 million.

Indoor pools and spas. Italian fountains. 360-degree water views. 13-car garages. Marble lions. Kitchens the size of your house.

Finance and Commerce has put together a list of the 10 most expensive homes in the Twin Cities. Click here for a fun glimpse inside these cushy cribs.

Are houses like this really selling in this economy? You bet. One example: Former corporate CEO Kenneth Wessels sold a Wayzata home for $2.7 million, according to Hennepin County real estate records, the Business Journal reports.

Looking to do more peeping?

Visit Sotheby's Minnesota page, and Coldwell Banker Burnet's Distinctive Homes Magazine.

Or try Edina Realty's Exceptional Properties page, where you can easily search for places starting at $500,000.

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Twin Cities pianist Lorie Line's home in foreclosure

The home belonging to Twin Cities pianist Lorie Line and her husband, Tim Line, is in foreclosure, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal reported. The publication obtained records on the pending sheriff's sale on the Orono home from Hennepin County. The Lines reportedly owe $2.05 million on the house.

Foreclosures drive down Twin Cities home prices

The average home in the metro area is now going for around $149,000. That's about 10 percent lower than a year ago. Foreclosures and short sales, economic fears and budget-minded buyers are keeping prices down despite stronger sales.