This House Wins: $18.5M Mansion Overlooking Las Vegas Strip Is the Week’s Most Popular Home – Realtor.com News

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A recently built mansion in Henderson, NV, with views that span the mountains to the Las Vegas Strip, has soared to the top spot of this week’s most popular homes on Realtor.com®.

Built in 2021, the sleek “architecturally significant” residence features an array of opulent amenities. Highlights include a dramatic, two-story living room; an indoor water feature; and 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.

Also garnering attention this week were an A-frame stilt home on a Florida compound, an abandoned stone castle in New York, and a Massachusetts home staged with superheroes.

Keep reading for a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes.

Price: $1,250,000
Why it’s here: 
Attention, investors! This custom-built residence comes with a detached house that could be used for rental income.

Built in 2019, both light-filled homes boast high ceilings, oversized windows, and French doors that overlook the saltwater pool and cabana. A detached 2.5-car garage offers even more space with its “ready-to-finish,” framed bonus room and plumbed bathroom.

Raleigh, NC

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Price: $309,900
Why it’s here: 
Waterfront living has never looked more adorable—or affordable—than this.

This cute, cedar-shingle cottage offers enticing views of Cedar Pond from the wraparound deck and back sunroom. Offering easy living, there’s a guest suite on the main level with the primary suite situated upstairs.

Milan, NH

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Price: $499,900
Why it’s here: 
This riverfront A-frame home on stilts appears as if it landed from outer space, onto the 3.5-acre lot.

Nestled along the banks of the Peace River, the compound boasts a pole barn, an outdoor kitchen, “numerous” outdoor showers, and a separate metal building that could be used as a workshop or transformed into a barndominium. Enjoy a staycation in the included on-site camper, and enjoy s’mores by the custom-built fire pit.

Arcadia, FL

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Price: $545,000
Why it’s here: 
Hello, historic home lovers. This 1930s Tudor-style home seeks a buyer to bring the house into the 21st century.

Offered as is, the multilevel interior offers 2,144 square feet of vintage charm that needs a final polish. Remaining period highlights include an original wood vaulted ceiling, arched windows and doorways, preserved hardwood floors, and a stone fireplace.

Stamford, CT

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Price: $399,500
Why it’s here: 
This spacious, antique residence has been well preserved over the decades.

Built in 1890, the 3,630-square-foot home still features many original elements, including custom millwork, restored hardwood floors, pocket doors, and a grand staircase. A two-story addition provides an updated flair and modern conveniences.

Colebrook, NH

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Price: $2,900,000
Why it’s here: 
This abandoned stone castle built in 1927 for David Abercrombie of Abercrombie & Fitch fame is seeking some royal rehab.

Originally priced at $3.7 million in 2017, the 4,337-square-foot structure is “in need of total renovation” and has seen various price fluctuations since it was first listed. The stone home’s nearly 50 wooded acres provided lots of privacy for vandals, who are said to have broken every window and sprayed graffiti on its walls, according to Westchester magazine.

Ossining, NY

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Price: $1,069,000
Why it’s here:
Holy home listing, is that a Superhero mannequin? The lifelike costumed characters staged throughout this home have attracted outsize amounts of attention.

From the outside, the 3,267-square-foot residence looks like a traditional New England dwelling. But beyond the front door is a collection of funny, albeit somewhat creepy, staged superheroes posted throughout the updated interior. An in-law suite has its own kitchen and can be accessed by an elevator in the garage.

Topsfield, MA

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Price: $13,500,000
Why it’s here: 
Designed by late local architect Norman Jaffe, this stone-and-cedar contemporary features a spectacular, glass-enclosed atrium designed to showcase a personal art collection.

Dubbed Maison d’Art, the residence itself shows like a work of art, with its three distinct wings and “picture-book landscaping.” Multilevel terraces overlook 6 private acres that feature a heated pool and newly built, three-bedroom cottage.

Old Westbury, NY

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Price: $349,900
Why it’s here: 
Here’s an investment opportunity to own a furnished cabin overlooking Mounds Pond.

Built in 1987, the reasonably priced retreat is an established rental. If income isn’t your thing, it could also serve as a perfect little getaway.  The open floor plan boasts a colorful kitchen with black appliances that complement the nearby black, floor-to-ceiling fireplace in the spacious living room. A sunroom and spacious back deck are steps to a wooded walkway that leads to the pond.

Karnack, TX

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Price: $18,500,000
Why it’s here: 
This aviation-inspired, modern mansion appears to be soaring over the Las Vegas Strip.

Nestled in the gated enclave known as Dragons Reserve in MacDonald Highlands, the 10,067-square-foot interior boasts 28-foot ceilings, indoor water features, motorized sliding doors, and heated floors. A glass-enclosed primary suite has a private outdoor shower, cabana, spa, and spectacular city views.

Henderson, NV

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