Orange County accounts for 17 of the top 500 U.S. zip codes in terms of median home prices, according to a recent list compiled by Forbes magazine.

OC’s share of the list came to 3.4%, about triple its share of the national population. The county’s population is slightly more than 3 million compared with an estimated 314 million for the entire U.S.

Newport Beach—including the Corona del Mar and Newport Coast sections—accounted for a little more than 1% of the Forbes list.

The 92657 zip code in Newport Coast was top ranked for OC and No. 25 nationally, with a median price of $2.98 million.

Other OC zip codes on the list:

92651 in Laguna Beach, at No. 2 in OC and No. 47 nationally, with a median price of $2.27 million; 92662 in Newport Beach (3/49-$2.21 million); 92625 in Corona del Mar 4/52-$2.15 million); 92661 in Newport Beach (5/65-$1.98 million); 92603 in Shady Canyon in Irvine (6/105-$1.58 million); 92663 in Newport Beach (7/113-$1.52 million; 92660 in Newport Beach (8/118-$1.49 million); 92861 in Villa Park (9/181-$1.21 million); 92629 in Dana Point (10/238-$1 million); 92624 in Capistrano Beach in Dana Point (11/306-$882,000); 92679 in Coto de Caza (12/344-$828,000); 92648 in Huntington Beach (13/380-$773,000); 92705 in Santa Ana (14/400-$744,000); 90720 in Los Alamitos (15/403-$733,000); 92675 in San Juan Capistrano (16-422-$705,000); 92649 in Huntington Beach (17/467-$617,000.

The top zip code on the list overall was 10065 in New York, with a median price of $6.53 million.