A lavish estate in Las Vegas complete with an outdoor Italian streetscape is this week’s most popular home on Realtor.com®.
This custom-designed mansion will immediately transport you to Italy with its replica of a charming Italian street. From the storefront cafes to the fountain and cobblestone street, the outdoor retreat of the sprawling, 9,771-square-foot home offers a sweet taste of Italy.
Other homes that made the popularity list include a riverfront Missouri beauty with a boat dock and deck, an affordable barndominium in Tennessee, and a midcentury modern time capsule in Wisconsin.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, keep on scrolling.
Why it’s here: If you’re looking for a project, this affordable “Pink Lady” is in search of someone to restore its original beauty.
The three-bedroom home was built in 1900 and needs a lot of work inside and out, as the modest price tag suggests. For someone willing to undertake the massive home renovation, the bones of this Victorian are good. Historic details include multiple fireplaces, beautiful woodworking, dual staircases, high ceilings, and hardwood flooring.
The acre lot is zoned for agricultural use.
Why it’s here: This luxurious, riverfront beauty comes with a boat dock and an eye-popping deck that is “currently valued and insured at over $500,000,” according to the listing.
The three-bedroom log cabin offers breathtaking views of the Current River. Built in 2007, the 2,776-square-foot home features a primary suite on the first floor and two bedroom suites upstairs. A three-car garage, large enough to store an RV, boasts a full bathroom and an oversized workshop.
The massive deck wraps the entire home, offering views of its scenic 2.3-acre parcel.
Why it’s here: This historic farmhouse is located in pristine farm country and boasts many modern updates.
Built in 1900, the three-bedroom dwelling features a sweet kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. Vintage details include preserved hardwood floors and built-in shelves. The spacious primary suite is upstairs and has a cathedral ceiling and a jetted shower.
The 5-acre property includes three outbuildings, a fire pit area, a deck, and a gazebo.
Why it’s here: Drive right into this custom barndominium! It offers enormous space where you can work on your car and live comfortably.
The 3,500-square-foot, oversized garage features plenty of space to tinker on a car, truck, or RV. The cozy 640 square feet of living space has many modern amenities, including an open kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. Built in 2018, the unique home sits on 11 acres.
The affordable price has already attracted a buyer, and a sale is pending.
Why it’s here: This well-priced, midcentury modern ranch offers a stylish step back in time.
Built in 1952, the three-bedroom home boasts 1,869 square feet of living space. Folding retro doors separate the foyer and sitting room from the living room with a fieldstone fireplace. A cute, updated kitchen features modern appliances and custom cabinets.
A sale is pending on the property.
Why it’s here: This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired ranch boasts nearly 10,000 square feet of living space.
Built in 1989, the three-bedroom home features a foyer with a barrel-vaulted ceiling, exposed beams throughout, curved walls, and floor-to-ceiling windows to let in an abundance of natural light. The primary suite features a fireplace, walls of glass, access to a private terrace, and a spa-inspired bathroom with a soaking tub.
The 2-acre lot has a pool and four-car garage.
Why it’s here: This custom-built retreat sits on nearly 3 acres of secluded privacy.
The four-bedroom home has an updated kitchen with new stainless-steel appliances. Just off the kitchen is a dining area surrounded by walls of windows and French doors that lead to a spacious deck. The two-story dining room features built-in cabinets and French doors that open to the sunken living room.
The reasonably priced property is pending sale.
Why it’s here: Affordably priced, this midcentury modern beauty was designed by Ralph Fournier.
Built in 1952, the cozy, three-bedroom abode offers 1,366 square feet of living space. Retro details include wood paneling, pocket doors, and built-in cabinets. The open floor plan boasts clean lines, high ceilings, and lots of windows.
The property has a pending offer.
Why it’s here: This 83-acre spread includes three tracts of land that feature everything from a cattle operation and butcher shop to a restaurant and event center.
Located just 20 minutes from downtown Columbus, the property, known as Blystone Farm, also comes with an 11-stall horse barn and outdoor arena. The restaurant is currently leased to a tenant. Sale of the property includes a full liquor license.
The listing notes that the seller, Joe Blystone, who ran unsuccessfully for governor of Ohio last year, will entertain offers to subdivide the property.
Why it’s here: This six-bedroom mansion will immediately transport you to Italy with its outdoor, cafe-lined streetscape, and 600-bottle wine cellar.
The sellers are said to have loved Italy so much they wanted to re-create a taste of the place in their own backyard. Inside the nearly 10,000-square-foot home, luxury finishes include mahogany wood floors, an elevator that leads to a home theater, and a chef’s kitchen complete with a Miele espresso machine. The upstairs primary suite has a gym and private balcony with a fire pit.
There is also an inground pool with a spa surrounded by fire features, as well as a basketball court and an outdoor kitchen.