This week’s most popular home on Realtor.com® is a luxe penthouse with a party vibe in an unlikely locale. Those factors—plus a whopping $6 million price tag—resulted in a flurry of clicks.
Set atop a not-so-tall building in Carmel, IN, this unit claims to bring sleek, sexy Miami style to the sleepy suburbs of Indianapolis. While the backstory is difficult to grasp, the unit’s very dude-forward aesthetic helped it blast to the top of our list with the intensity of a spritz of Axe body spray.
Stepping down from the penthouse, you also clicked on a variety of homes in the Sunshine State. There’s a Cape Coral home being sold by German pop star Michael Wendler. For Disney fans with deep pockets, there’s a $16.4 million mansion for sale in the Four Seasons Residences inside Walt Disney World Resort. Then there’s a bohemian retreat with “Old Florida” flair on the Withlacoochee River, complete with an island.
For a full look at all 10 of the week’s most popular properties, simply scroll on down.
Why it’s here: Built in 1907, this sweet home along the Jersey shore is being sold as is and needs a little glow-up.
The six-bedroom residence has plenty to offer besides its location. You’ll find stained-glass windows, ornate molding and millwork, plus a sunroom that wraps around the living room.
Why it’s here: Brand-new and punctuated by a perfectly purple front door, this affordable three-bedroom home sits close to Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Designed for entertaining, the mod interiors include hardwood floors, a chef’s kitchen, finished basement, and big backyard. The master suite features a must-see custom shower with two-way mirror.
Why it’s here: Do you have deep pockets and love all things Disney? Meet the estate known as Capolavoro.
On a half-acre lot in the Four Seasons Residences inside Walt Disney World Resort, this six-bedroom Italianate mansion is far from Mickey Mouse. It’s stuffed with luxury amenities, including a 900-bottle wine gallery, a place for home spa treatments, and an elevator. It’s being sold fully furnished and comes with access to Four Seasons services and facilities.
Why it’s here: For those in search of bohemian paradise, this funky three-building compound on the banks of the Withlacoochee River is right on. Built in 1969, the property is a slice of “Old Florida,” complete with private island, according to the listing.
Why it’s here: Totaling nearly 8 acres, this estate known as Gooney Creek Manor is surrounded on all sides by the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah National Park.
The 4,000-square-foot main house was built in 1876 and is attached to a Civil War-era guest cottage that has been used as a bed-and-breakfast.
Why it’s here: Step inside this unassuming three-bedroom home, and take a seat in the jaw-dropping entertaining area.
In the middle of the house, you’ll find an enormous saltwater pool flanked by the kitchen and living room—there are no walls between them. It just might be the ideal neighborhood hangout during frigid Montana winters.
Why it’s here: A Greek Revival masterpiece, this five-bedroom home from 1917 boasts imposing columns out front and stained glass within.
The historic residence has been well-preserved and comes with ties to some intriguing local lore.
Why it’s here: A stunner from the curb, this four-bedroom Victorian painted lady was built in 1901. One of the most recognizable homes in the historical district, it features a wraparound porch, pocket doors, and an onion dome turret made of copper. Filled with updates and upgrades, the dining room has a built-in china cabinet and there’s a custom playroom upstairs.
Why it’s here: This suburban Florida home was big in Deutschland. Although little-known in the U.S., pop star Michael Wendler put his house on the market and clicks poured in from all over Germany.
Built in 2016, the three-bedroom home is designed for indoor-outdoor living with an open lanai and covered pool area. The property also comes with a boatlift out back.
Why it’s here: There’s nothing subtle about the masculine influence of this Indiana penthouse. The listing photos show you what happens when a dude with questionable taste gets an unlimited budget.
Walls of windows show off views, and the kitchen island seats 35. Then there’s the sauna and game room, plus a pool on the rooftop deck.
Heavy on silver, gray, and black, and outfitted with plenty of stainless steel, the penthouse could be said to offer an industrial luxe vibe.
The listing calls it a “Miami-style penthouse in Carmel.” We’ll let you decide on your own descriptor, but either way, plenty of folks were intrigued.