You’ll dig this place! The unbelievable Underground House in Las Vegas soared to the top of this week’s most popular homes on realtor.com®. The bunker 26 feet below the earth’s surface is a strange simulacrum of a suburban house with a pool, fake trees, and even a barbecue. If the “Brady Bunch” had built a bunker, this would be it.
This week’s runner-up is a huge mansion in the small state of New Hampshire. The Mill House features Old World details mixed with contemporary luxury, as well as a six-hole putting green.
Other above-par abodes you clicked on this week include the Beverly Hills home of “Real Housewives” star Dorit Kemsley, the former Detroit home of rock star Jack White, and an affordable, cute Chicago bungalow.
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Price: $3,450,000 Why it’s here: If you love Victorian style but don’t want to hassle with restoration, we’ve found just the spot. Built in 2000, this enormous 14,000-square foot mansion on 80 acres of rolling countryside includes eight ensuite bedrooms, nine fireplaces, and two grand staircases. Decks and turrets offer views that extend for miles, and the gated grounds feature a stocked pond.
Mill Creek, IN
Price: $7,995,000 Why it’s here: “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Dorit Kemsley and her husband, P.K., have relisted their home—at a discount! The couple initially put the Mediterranean contemporary on the market for $12.75 million. With no takers for the mansion, they tried a price chop last year to $8.25 million but didn’t land a buyer. This relisted price may do the trick. The luxury estate offers indoor-outdoor living, formal living and dining rooms, a dining room, wine cellar, and home theater.
Beverly Hills, CA
Price: $229,000 Why it’s here: Built in 1965, this cute four-bedroom has had a gut renovation. For nature lovers, it backs up to a creek and nature preserves. It also features a finished basement, screened porch, remodeled baths, new kitchen with quartz counters, and new flooring. Along with a garage, there’s a shed for even more storage.
Fort Wayne, IN
Price: $329,900 Why it’s here: This updated Colonial is within walking distance of shops, schools, parks, and entertainment. The open plan features a gourmet kitchen, living room with fireplace, formal dining room, and a family room that opens to a deck. It comes with new windows, fresh paint, refinished wood flooring, and refreshed bathrooms.
Price: $1,114,000 Why it’s here: The former home of rocker Jack White is back on the market. The quaint crib with the funky decor was available last August for $1.2 million. Now it’s back with a slight discount. The White Stripes frontman owned the pad from 2003 to 2007, before selling it to the current owners for $590,000.
Price: $249,900 Why it’s here: This historic gem from 1942 has gone through a renovation that includes new fixtures, paint, and hardwood floors. It has a large dining room, indoor patio, three bedrooms, a balcony, as well as a patio and pool outside.
Price: $12,995,000 Why it’s here: This deluxe home in the guard-gated and celeb-filled enclave is stuffed with upscale amenities including a chef’s kitchen, home theater, bar and game room, two walk-in closets, and an exercise room.
Hidden Hills, CA
Price: $365,000 Why it’s here: This freshly redone three-bedroom bungalow from 1923 is ready for move-in. The main level offers a spacious kitchen with quartz counters, living room, and separate dining room. The lower level features a finished family room, with laundry, storage, and a reading nook with built-ins.
Price: $3,500,000 Why it’s here: Behold the Mill House, a cool combination of Old World details and contemporary updates. The 11,000-square-foot estate on 14 acres caught the attention of the web, which added grist to this Mill, with many, many clicks. Details of the property include the main house, a carriage house for guests, a workshop, and a clubhouse for entertaining.
Classic features such as exposed brick and tin ceilings in the kitchen give way to large formal spaces. The sprawling grounds include a six-hole putting green.
The master suite features a balcony overlooking a waterfall, and the home also includes a library, six fireplaces, wide-plank floors, outdoor lounging spaces, and its own turbine to generate electricity.