A lavish, $59 million penthouse in Aston Martin’s first residential building in Miami drives to the top of this week’s most popular home listings on Realtor.com®.
The sprawling, seven-bedroom, top unit will be located in the luxury automaker’s first residential high-rise, which is under construction with completion scheduled for later this year.
Other digs that drew your clicks include a colorful Colorado home with a hula-hoop room, an urban barndominium in South Carolina, and a contemporary masterpiece featured in the Season 3 premiere of HBO’s “Westworld.”
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, keep on scrolling.
Why it’s here: This three-bedroom, modern build boasts a bright, open floor plan with walls of windows to let in an abundance of natural light.
The newly built, 2,936-square-foot home features lots of high-end finishes, from the custom built-ins and soaring ceilings with exposed beams, to the radiant-heat flooring and tiled dog shower.
The bedrooms are all on the first floor, and the primary suite has a fireplace, an enormous walk-in closet, and doors that open to a spacious patio.
The home sits on 12.5 acres and comes with a covered outdoor patio with a wood-burning fireplace and a nearby hot tub.
Why it’s here: You won’t believe your eyes when you peek inside this four-bedroom home. Make sure not to miss the two-story, hula-hoop room.
From the exterior, this house seems traditional. But a step inside the groovy space reveals an eye-popping, colorful wonderland. Every inch of the 2,856 square feet of space has been brightly decorated to the max, with features like a stuffed animal wall, fur-covered ceiling, and superball countertop.
Located in Erindale Heights, the unique home could make for a fun rental property.
Why it’s here: This four-bedroom barndominium is located in the heart of the city, yet it offers a true escape.
Accessed by a gated, dirt road, the 2,187-square-foot home offers an open floor plan with high ceilings and lots of windows. The one-level living space features a primary suite with a spacious bathroom and walk-in closet.
The private, 4-acre lot is surrounded by trees and includes an in-ground swimming pool with a multilevel deck. The property already has a contingent offer.
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Why it’s here: This industrial-style studio loft sits between Midtown West and Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan. The rad pad belongs to the owner of the bar Cubbyhole.
The contemporary space features a 13-foot ceiling lined with custom storage and shelves. The bright, 1,100-square-foot residence also boasts concrete floors and oversized windows. A chef’s kitchen has stone countertops, European glass cabinets, and a custom wine vault.
The solid wood, floating staircase leads to a loft area, which could be used as a bedroom or home office.
Why it’s here: This brick abode features 2,946 square feet of Southern charm.
The spacious, five-bedroom house located in the Eastwood Subdivision boasts double French doors, hardwood floors, and a first-floor primary suite. A cozy living room has a fireplace and custom built-ins.
The screened porch offers views of the fenced backyard, which is filled with hydrangeas, camellias, and azaleas.
Why it’s here: Get a little bit of country without leaving the Bronx. This Tudor in the Fieldston neighborhood, which borders Riverdale, dates to 1929.
Designed by architect Robert Siering, and abiding by the strict design guidelines of the new neighborhood at the time, the four-bedroom, picturesque property maintains an old-world elegance but with modern conveniences.
The elegant, stone-and-brick manor features a pitched roof, arched front door, and hardwood floors throughout the 4,288-square-foot layout. Out back, there’s a stone deck, a grassy lawn, and a pond.
After 133 days on the market, the property is pending sale.
Why it’s here: Featured in the Season 3 premiere of HBO’s “Westworld,” this oceanfront masterpiece was created by designer Wallace E. Cunningham.
“Crescent House” sits atop a 74-foot promontory and offers “explosive panoramic ocean views,” the listing states.
The five-bedroom mansion in San Diego County boasts an ultramodern interior filled with concrete, titanium, and floor-to-ceiling glass. From the tiered design and curved walls to the floating, curved staircase and infinity pool shaped like a crescent moon, the spectacular, 6,329-square-foot mansion is a work of art.
This megamansion sits on a double, oceanfront lot.
Why it’s here: This historic, brick mansion is offered at an affordable price, as it needs a complete restoration.
Built in 1921, the 4,403-square-foot home is brimming with potential. There are six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and four fireplaces.
The landscaping on the 15-acre property also needs lots of attention.
Why it’s here: From the stained-glass windows to the exposed stone walls, this four-bedroom abode was built with lava rock.
Built in 1978 and known as the Lava Rock House, this eclectic, 4,400-square-foot home features an open floor plan and one level of living space. Highlights include a sunken living room with a vaulted ceiling, a floor-to-ceiling rock fireplace, and a bedroom with a soaking tub made of lava rock.
The 1.4-acre property comes with an in-ground pool, an outdoor entertainment area, two ponds, and double driveways.
Why it’s here: This jaw-dropping, seven-bedroom penthouse will be located in British carmaker Aston Martin’s first residential high-rise.
Located in downtown Miami and offering beautiful views overlooking Miami River, the residential tower is slated for completion later this year. The top spot in the 391-unit tower will be located in what the listing claims is the “tallest condominium tower south of New York City.”
The 19,686-square-foot space promises lavish interiors inspired by the high-end finishes of the luxurious sports car brand.