Paradise Found: Dreamy Maui Compound Makes Waves as This Week’s Most Popular Home






Say a hearty “Aloha” to this week’s most popular home on realtor.com®. A resort-style home on Maui has made waves with real estate watchers, and it’s easy to see why. The recently completed compound, with abundant indoor and outdoor living space, looks like a private hotel (in a good way!) and comes with a $13 million price tag.

This week’s runner-up is a midcentury modern gem built in Indiana by architect Ralph Robert Knapp for his own family. The 1950s-era home offers signature style including walls of glass, an open living space, and easy access to the outdoors. Grab it for only … $155,000!

Other homes causing house lovers to click this week include a Minnesota mansion with grand white columns beckoning guests, a “Fixer-Upper” inspired renovation down in San Antonio, Texas, and a modern farmhouse in celebrity-crammed Hidden Hills, CA.

We won’t ask you to dodge the popularity paparazzi! Simply scroll down and real all about this week’s most popular homes…

10. 7713 Forest Ave, Munster, IN

Price: $235,000 Why it’s here: Here’s the character you’ve been looking for. The classic three-bedroom home with hardwood floors, vaulted and beamed ceilings, and a master suite was built in 1927. Updates to this charming abode include fresh paint and new carpet. An open living and dining area with a fireplace looks ready-made for winter coziness.

Munster, IN

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9. Carleton Island, Cape Vincent, NY

Price: $495,000 Why it’s here: Abandoned for 70 years, this falling-down villa has attracted loads of attention. Sadly, it will require millions above the current asking price to repair and rebuild the decrepit structure.

Cape Vincent, NY

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8. 290 Reed Rd, Villa Rica, GA

Price: $189,900 Why it’s here: Because it’s simply a great find! Built in 1979, this ranch-style home has been totally renovated, with tons of new finishes and updates. There’s an open floor plan with a brick fireplace, updated open kitchen with granite counters, and a large eating area overlooking the back deck and grassy yard. The finished basement also boasts a full bath, bedroom, and sitting area.

Villa Rica, GA

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7. 15223 Wayside Oaks St, San Antonio, TX

Price: $245,000 Why it’s here: Welcome to a simple modern farmhouse, which draws inspiration from Joanna Gaines (and her husband, Chip). The three-bedroom home’s open floor plan has been updated to include a gourmet kitchen that flows naturally out to the dining area. The living room with fireplace looks out to a terrace patio and pool, sun deck, porch swing, farm shed, and garden.

San Antonio, TX

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6. 1645 W 12th St, Davenport, IA

Price: $300,000 Why it’s here: Despite a pending sale, real estate watchers can’t help but take a second look here. Built in 1910, this red brick and limestone mansion was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and is close to finding a buyer willing to bring it back to its former glory.

Davenport, IA

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5. 316 William St N, Stillwater, MN

Price: $425,000 Why it’s here: Minnesota magic! This 1890 home has an abundance of curb appeal. There’s a classic front porch out front and a wide deck in the back. The roomy six-bedroom home comes with a modern basement featuring two bedrooms and a family room of its own.

Stillwater, MN

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4. 5207 Saddle Creek Rd, Hidden Hills, CA

Price: $6,725,000 Why it’s here: This upscale modern farmhouse is clad in reclaimed barn wood and features five bedrooms spread over 6,100 square feet of living space. The home, which sits on 3 acres, has an open floor plan with multiple seating areas and glass doors that open to a patio, pool, and spa. A gourmet kitchen includes a pantry and wine room for 500 bottles. Cheers!

Hidden Hills, CA

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3. 2229 E 1st St, Duluth, MN

Price: $749,000 Why it’s here: Talk about a grand entrance. Those formal white pillars are bound to impress your dinner-party guests!