Let’s hear it for the homes of North Dakota. An entire state with half as many homes currently on the market as the city of Los Angeles, North Dakota doesn’t get much PR for its real estate—until this week.
A time capsule gone wild sitting smack-dab in the middle of the nation’s least visited state racked up tens of thousands of clicks. Full of vibrant flooring choices and a swinging ’70s-era vibe, it’s this week’s most popular home on Realtor.com®.
It features interiors that have not changed at all since the home was built in 1976. From the Formica countertops in the kitchen to the brightly colored carpeting throughout, the listing photos for the three-bedroom home offer a step back in time and beg to be shared.
Aside from the time capsule, you also clicked on a San Francisco home immortalized in postcards, a fun and affordable beach home in North Carolina, and the Southern California mansion of former NFL linebacker Clay Matthews.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, simply scroll on down.
Why it’s here: Immortalized on tourist tchotchkes and photo albums all over the world, one of the famed Postcard Row homes in Alamo Square is back on the market.
Built in 1900, it’s one of the iconic Seven Sisters in the city by the Bay. Purchased a couple of years ago by an ambitious owner, she’s relinquishing her dream to restore the run-down beauty to its past glory. For a buyer willing to go the distance, the sale includes approved plans and permits needed for the restoration.
Why it’s here: Curb appeal always wins. Handsome and stately, this custom-built Colonial offers 4,578 square feet of living space.
Luxury details include coffered ceilings, a first-floor primary suite with a soaking tub, a two-story family room on the main level, and an additional living area on the third floor.
You can take in the serene views of the nearly 2-acre property from the wraparound porch or spacious back deck.
Why it’s here: Also in the Northeast, this adorable three-bedroom home is close to Maine’s popular beaches.
Built in 1948, the cozy abode features a comfortable living room with a wood-burning fireplace. The bedrooms are all bright and airy thanks to the skylights.
Why it’s here: It’s a beautiful beach retreat. Located along the Intracoastal Waterway, this four-bedroom home offers beautiful waterfront views.
It also makes the most of its 1,152 square feet of living space. There is a two-story living room with plenty of windows. A partly covered porch, large grilling deck, and massive outdoor shower are ideal for life near the water.
Why it’s here: Built in 1900, this three-bedroom home overlooking the Mississippi River has been entirely renovated.
Enjoy riverfront views from the front porch or take in the country setting from the spacious back deck. The remodeled interiors feature a kitchen with cherry cabinets and granite countertops. A detached three-car garage offers plenty of extra storage space.
Why it’s here: A gold rush, but make it 2022. The decor of this four-bedroom Nevada home is literally golden.
Every wall is bathed in a golden hue. Some rooms offer a contrast with shades of burgundy, while others feature interesting artwork.
The 23-year-old home features a gold-bedecked primary suite. The bath comes with a reinforced tub. And every surface, from the fixtures to the toilet tank lid, is covered in gold.
Why it’s here: Built in 1890, this classic five-bedroom home has been restored to its natural beauty.
With over 4,000 square feet of space, the home features such original details as the arched doorways, high ceilings, and storage built-ins. Modernizations over the years mean the home now has a chef’s kitchen with a six-burner gas stove, two dishwashers, and quartz countertops. Outdoors, a wraparound covered porch leads to a porte cochere with a circular driveway complete with a lighted fountain.
Why it’s here: Nevada’s most expensive listing comes with a funicular. That steep tram ride will shuttle a new owner between the two homes in this luxurious lakeside compound.
Why it’s here: Former NFL linebacker Clay Matthews has put his massive mansion back on the market with a substantial price cut. It was offered earlier this year for $28 million.
Why it’s here: Take a step back in time inside this multilevel home just outside of Bismarck. Textured ceilings, check. Brightly hued carpets, check. Ornate ironwork, triple check.
From the exposed stone wall to the retro kitchen, this three-bedroom home offers a look back at what was hot in 1976. Sitting on 7 acres, the well-preserved home offers more than 4,000 square feet of living space and beautiful views of the Missouri River and Fort Lincoln.
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