You were seeing double this week: A spectacular $54 million compound featuring two equally luxurious mansions separated by a private lake in Southwest Ranches, FL, has topped our list of the most popular properties on Realtor.com®.
The mirror effect resonated all over the internet this week, drawing tens of thousands of clicks for the compound.
The resort-style property on 11 acres features two massive French country-style estates with a total of 31,464 square feet of living space. Each mansion boasts its own unique design inside.
You also clicked on a modernized Georgian in Virginia, a secluded A-frame in Alabama, and a spectacular midcentury modern home in Iowa.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, simply scroll on down.
Why it’s here: It’s rare to find a custom-built contemporary French chateau in North Carolina, but here we are.
Offering 8,209 square feet of living space, this Irving Park home was built just last year and features every luxury detail imaginable. There is heated Carrara marble flooring in the entryway, which flows into the designer kitchen. A spacious wet bar can be found in the primary suite along with dual dressing rooms and built-in cabinetry.
Why it’s here: Built in 1933, this five-bedroom Georgian has been renovated and modernized.
It features the original wide-plank floors, arched doors, 9-foot ceilings, and built-ins. However, the rest of the 5,000-square-foot home has been updated. The chef’s kitchen features a Sub-Zero refrigerator, double ovens, a Wolf range, and Carrara marble countertops.
Upstairs, the primary suite offers dual closets, an oversized walk-in shower, and a spa tub.
Why it’s here: The price on this four-bedroom luxury duplex seems relatively affordable, but beware the HOA fees: They’re an eye-popping $2,600 a month.
Located in the historic Jackson Tower, the 3,800-square-foot condo features an impressive two-story living room with a 20-foot ceiling and an enormous chef’s kitchen.
Why it’s here: This affordable A-frame offers seclusion, privacy, and a beautifully updated open floor plan.
Built in 1978, the four-bedroom home has been renovated over the years. Modernizations include a kitchen with quartz countertops, updated bathrooms, and a gorgeous primary suite. The two-story family room features a soaring ceiling with exposed beams and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.
The lower level has a private deck and separate entry along with a bedroom, updated bathroom, living room, and wet bar.
Why it’s here: This 12-acre property in the Green Mountain State features a horse barn, workshop, chicken coop, fenced pasture, and pond.
Built in 1789, the five-bedroom farmhouse has been well preserved over the decades. The spacious kitchen features the original wood-burning fireplace, exposed beams, and wide-plank floors. Updates include dual ovens and stoves in this room. The primary suite has a cast-iron tub and steam shower.
Why it’s here: Sitting on nearly 2 acres with frontage on the Mullica River, this seven-bedroom home was designed for entertaining.
With 4,000 square feet of space, the home features a kitchen, dining room, and formal living room with 20-foot ceilings and polished limestone floors. There’s also a game room with a bar, pool table, and other amenities that are negotiable to convey with the sale. A huge primary suite has a vaulted ceiling and a private balcony overlooking the river.
Why it’s here: This custom-designed penthouse atop the W Atlanta Residences is owned by former Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones.
The spectacular two-story unit features three bedrooms and is the largest penthouse in the building. Overlooking Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the luxury unit features custom Poggenpohl cabinetry, Porcelanosa tile from Spain, designer wall coverings, and quartz countertops.
Why it’s here: This midcentury modern beauty sits above the trees and offers unparalleled views.
Built in 1961, the three-bedroom home features an open floor plan and lots of natural finishes. A brick fireplace is the focal point of the living room, and the enormous wraparound deck provides a great spot to soak in the vistas.
Why it’s here: This award-winning, midcentury modern masterpiece is a striking design inside and out.
Built in 1965, the three-bedroom home features a two-story living room with floor-to-ceiling windows and a free-standing fireplace. For outdoor entertaining, there are five large decks overlooking the private lot.
Why it’s here: You aren’t seeing double. A pair of mansions built for identical twins are now being sold as a single resort-style compound. The French country-style homes are separated by a private lake complete with fountains.
Each home features its own design, but over-the-top amenities are a constant theme. Both have home theaters, jaw-dropping primary suites, game rooms, and multiple terraces.