The fix is in! A “Fixer Upper” home from Season 2 of the hit HGTV show is the most popular home this week on realtor.com®.
Eternally popular renovation wizards Chip and Joanna Gaines worked their magic on the home known as the “Faceless Bunker” a few years ago. Now, this major transformation is on the market for a massive $1.15 million, slightly more than Waco’s $265,000 median home price. The Gaines effect can’t be overstated.
This week’s runner-up, Indiana’s Marian Hills Farm, is on the market for the first time after being in the same family for seven generations. With its rustic charm and romantic location, it’s served as a wedding venue for the last five years, as well as a key filming location for “The Bachelor” in 2016. The 22-acre spread comes with the original brick-and-wood house built from materials found on the property, as well as a main home, and a barn converted to an event space.
Other properties attracting clicks this week include the Manor in Los Angeles, now offered with a price cut to $175 million, a “picture-perfect” Cape Cod beach house in Massachusetts, and a baronial estate that could be mistaken for a small castle in New York for $14,750,000.
One of this week’s most popular properties listings could be your own personal castle. Scroll down to find your favorite…
Price: $187,000 Why it’s here: Built in 1951, this three-bedroom ranch house has been recently updated. The redone space includes hardwood floors, a new kitchen with granite counters, and a fenced-in backyard.
Price: $175,000,000 Why it’s here: The Manor got a price cut, but remains one of the priciest homes in the world. While the 56,000-square-foot spread built by Hollywood royalty Aaron and Candy Spelling has garnered an inordinate number of clicks over the years, still no buyer has stepped up. As a result, $25 million has been sliced from the megamansion’s price tag.
Price: $9,995,000 Why it’s here: Raise your glass! You can become a winemaker with your own Napa Vineyard estate. Along with a 7,000-square-foot home, the 40-acre property offers an entertaining cave, three-car garage with apartment, pool and spa, detached guesthouse, hillside vineyards, and a profitable wine business.
Price: $2,400,000 Why it’s here: This terrific Tudor from the 1920s is in pristine condition and topped the most popular list last week. It’s easy to see why. The mansion includes original decor, including hand-carved panels and decorative pieces from Germany, carved reliefs from a French chateau, and a built-in pipe organ.
Price: $579,000 Why it’s here: This “picture-perfect” Cape house is a beachy-keen find. The three-bedroom retreat offers a modern kitchen, breakfast room with beamed ceiling, dining room with fireplace, a spacious living room, plus a pool and deck. The convenient locale is close to shopping, beaches, and restaurants.
Price: $449,000 Why it’s here: Jump in a time capsule and head back 40 years. This late ’70s home looks as if it hasn’t changed since it was built—but in a good way. The space includes a beamed ceiling with built-ins and a fireplace, sliders to a grassy yard, a vintage kitchen, and lots of wood paneling, wall-to-wall carpet, and exposed brick.
Price: $14,750,000 Why it’s here: Over a century old, this summer retreat is downright baronial, with its stone edifice and gated entry. The renovated estate with 700 feet of shoreline includes the main house, a guesthouse, a poolhouse, infinity pool, extensive gardens, a lagoon, and boathouse.
Greenwood Lake, NY