An 8,880-square-foot house in Zanesville, OH, complete with a stripper pole and windowless rooms is this week’s most popular home on Realtor.com®.
With an off-the-charts creep vibe, the five-bedroom home could double as the set of a horror flick. At first glance, the newly renovated interior looks beautiful with its high ceilings and modern kitchen, but then it gets downright scary from there. The bedrooms are windowless, some of the bathrooms have no doors, and then there’s the “entertainment area” with the stripper pole.
Other homes that made the popularity list include a waterfront mobile home in Florida for under $200,000, a Wisconsin property that originated as a church and evolved into a library before transforming into a home, and a classic midcentury modern home in Missouri.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, keep on scrolling.
Why it’s here: This massive, modern mansion was designed for stylish island living, with its two full kitchens and dual family rooms.
Built just last year, the 8,548-square-foot estate rocks a Miami Beach vibe. With floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows, which open to spectacular views of Indian Creek Lake and a golf course, the six-bedroom home features beautiful wood flooring and walls clad with exotic materials.
Other highlights include an elevator, gym, wine room, infinity pool, spa, and private dock.
Why it’s here: This five-bedroom farmhouse offers stunning lakefront views.
Built in 2020, the 4,161-square-foot home features custom window shades made of designer fabric, hardwood floors, custom wallpaper, and built-in bookshelves. The primary and guest suites are located on the first floor, with three more bedrooms found upstairs.
A covered patio provides the perfect spot to take in views of the 1-acre, fenced property.
Why it’s here: This affordable, four-bedroom cabin offers a two-story living room with walls of windows.
Built in 1984, the 1,314-square-foot abode features an open floor plan with wood-paneled walls and numerous windows. The bedrooms are located on the main level. A loft area could be used as an extra bedroom or entertainment area.
There’s a wraparound porch, and the large yard has mature pecan trees.
Why it’s here: This Cape Cod–style home is set back on a private lot with a babbling brook.
Built in 1945, the four-bedroom abode features two fireplaces, some hardwood floors, and an updated bathroom on the first floor.
The affordable price tag suggests the house needs some updates, and a sale is now pending.
Why it’s here: This contemporary home features soaring ceilings, a dramatic staircase, and lots of windows.
Built in 2020, this stylish home has five bedrooms, a home office, and two kitchens. Tucked away in a gated community, the 3,809-square-foot house features a living room with a wall of windows and a two-story fireplace. A chef’s kitchen boasts custom cabinets and an island with seating. The primary suite is located on the first floor.
The covered decks offer views of the downtown skyline.
Why it’s here: This budget-priced, mobile home comes with a priceless waterfront location and dock space.
The three-bedroom dwelling offers a spectacular front-row view of the Stranahan River. The compact, 1,000-square-foot interior boasts an open floor plan with a modern design. The cute kitchen has stainless-steel appliances. The living room has sliders, which open up to a deck.
The sale includes the interior and exterior furnishings. The homeowners association fee is $755 a month.
Why it’s here: This affordably priced home was custom-built in 2021 and sits on 10 acres.
The three-bedroom abode features lots of modern amenities. A stylish kitchen boasts quartz countertops and a spacious center island. The primary suite has a walk-in shower and double vanities. The property comes with an attached, pull-through garage with space for a bar area.
The home is pending sale after just a few days on the market.
Why it’s here: Originally built as a Unitarian Church in 1891, the home has taken on several different incarnations since then.
It was transformed into a library, then a club, and finally a private residence in the 1980s. The two-bedroom house now features 3,565 square feet of uniquely designed living space. There are wood-clad walls, an original 26-foot ceiling, two full kitchens, built-in cabinets, and a spiral staircase that leads to a loft.
The modestly priced home is now pending sale.
Why it’s here: This three-bedroom beauty was built in 1964 and boasts many original details.
The 3,269-square-foot home features a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, a wall of windows, built-in cabinets, and wood ceilings. The sunken living and dining rooms are surrounded by windows. A first-floor primary suite boasts a free-standing fireplace.
A deck spanning the length of the house offers views of the 1-acre wooded lot. There is also a courtyard out back.
Why it’s here: This massive, 8,880-square-foot home is sure to raise a few eyebrows.
With its stripper pole on an elevated stage and windowless rooms, the five-bedroom home set social media buzzing. There is what looks to be an unfinished theater room with a projection screen, along with pool tables, DJ equipment in a club-style entertainment area, and an antique safe, which will all convey with the sale.
An adjacent lot can also be included in the sale.