In contrast, the same amount of money in San Francisco can only buy a one bedroom condo with less than 900 square feet.
On a slightly lighter note, $1 million can typically buy a 1,900 square foot, three bedroom, two bathroom home in Los Angeles, Zillow reports.
In the U.S., the typical $1 million home is a detached single-family house with about 2,200 square feet with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
"Owning a $1 million home was once a status symbol, but now, due to escalating home prices, it feels closer to the price of entry for homeownership in parts of the country,” said Cheryl Young, senior economist at Zillow
That $1 million price tag will go furthest is El Paso, Texas, where $1 million will allow buyers to purchase a more than 7,000 square foot home with five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.
The Zillow report looks at 100 cities throughout the U.S. Click here to read the full report.