Appearing to float in midair, a stunning midcentury modern home in Minnesota is this week’s most popular listing on Realtor.com®.
Built in 1959 atop a steel bridge over a creek, this three-bedroom home is expected to go on the market soon for $750,000. With no interior photos yet available, the home managed to captivate the internet. We’re intrigued, too, because the listing says it also comes with an indoor pool.
Aside from the unique home in Minnesota, you also clicked on other interesting abodes, including a log cabin on state-owned property in Pennsylvania, an Acadian-style home in Louisiana, and an iconic house on a Michigan island.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, simply scroll on down.
Why it’s here: This adorable and affordable farmhouse sits on more than 3 acres and boasts quite a bit of history.
Built in 1795, the four-bedroom home has been completely renovated. Yet, much of its historic charm remains, including the hand-hewn beams and wide-plank wood floors.
The primary bedroom is on the first floor, and it features a spacious bathroom with a claw-foot tub.
Why it’s here: Available for an almost unheard of price, this downtrodden midcentury home comes with an indoor swimming pool in need of serious cleaning.
In fact, the whole four-bedroom home will need work—but if you have time and money, this place could be transformed into a real beauty. Built in 1963, the home features the original carpeting. A second-floor primary suite comes with a wall of windows that overlook the not-so-scenic pool.
Why it’s here: Bargain alert! This historic home comes with a five-figure price tag.
Built in 1850, the five-bedroom home will need some updates. Period details like the grand foyer with a staircase, built-in shelves, and wood paneling remain intact. An oversized eat-in kitchen features lots of cabinets, a walk-in pantry, and a separate mudroom.
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Why it’s here: This huge home on a 6-acre parcel comes with a studio apartment. It’s ideal for a multigenerational family or perhaps as a revenue stream.
Built just two years ago, the five-bedroom house with high ceilings and concrete floors features a bright and open floor plan. There’s a double-sided, floor-to-ceiling fireplace that separates the living area from the kitchen, which is highlighted by a double wall oven. You can enjoy the views from the covered patios out back.
Why it’s here: This rustic log cabin sits on state-owned property in the Michaux Forest.
Designed for seasonal use, the two-bedroom vacation home comes with a wood-burning stone fireplace and a cozy kitchen. You can enjoy the peace and quiet of nature on the balcony off the upstairs bedroom or the screened-in porch in the back.
This cabin will accept only cash offers, and the buyer must be a full-time resident of Pennsylvania.
Why it’s here: This Queen Anne mansion features an abundance of historic details at an affordable price.
From a spectacular handcarved staircase to the ornate fireplace details, vintage charm is evident throughout. Built in 1889, the nine-bedroom home will need some TLC, but it still features original cladding along with an asymmetrical one-story porch. A bright and spacious primary suite upstairs has a cozy fireplace for when the temperatures dip.
Why it’s here: This four-bedroom, Acadian-style home features antique wood beams, two fireplaces, and a modern interior. There’s also a guest suite, workshop, and pool.
The 3,000-square-foot house on a parcel of 1.25 acres was built in 1994. The first-floor primary suite features French doors, which open to the front porch. Three upstairs bedrooms each feature oversized walk-in closets.
Why it’s here: The Arthur Beckwith House is a well-preserved home from the Atomic Age.
Built in 1959, this five-bedroom residence features a living room with a stainless-steel fireplace surrounded by Norwegian black granite. In the kitchen, you’ll find original walnut cabinetry. A lower level designed for guests comes with a full bathroom and separate bedroom. The home’s 1.21-acre lot includes a lily pond, a pool, and a pool house.
Why it’s here: This stunning mansion is one of the most recognizable homes on Mackinac Island. And though it looks like something out of the Gilded Age, it’s a relatively recent build.
The three-bedroom, cedar-sided “Boardwalk Cottage” was built in 1980 for the previous owners of the Hotel Iroquois. Each en suite bedroom comes with a sitting area and walk-in closet. There’s no garage, and fittingly, the island doesn’t allow cars.
Why it’s here: It’s easy to see why this home on stilts stood above the competition this week. In the listing photos, the house surrounded by trees appears to hover magically above the ground.
Built on a steel bridge atop a creek that feeds Lake Superior, this feat of midcentury ingenuity captivated real estate gawkers—despite the fact that there aren’t any photos of the interior.
Built in 1959, the home needs TLC, according to the listing. It is “ready to be restored and polished.”