If psychedelic colors, copious amounts of wood paneling, and wrought-iron railings are your bag, you will love this week’s most popular home on realtor.com®.
It’s a time capsule that has remained relatively untouched for over five decades. Built in 1967, the Missouri home is still in pristine condition—from its hot-pink carpets and hand-carved wood paneling to a selection of bold wallpapers plucked straight from Carol Brady’s vision board.
Originally designed to look like an English manor, the home covers 34 acres and is crammed with architectural gems, for example, hand-carved fireplace mantles and a standout spiral staircase.
Out front, there’s an amazing curved porte-cochère that welcomes guests to the estate. Surrounding the ’60s throwback house are more than 34 acres of pastoral land dotted with barns and guesthouses, for a private retreat unlike any other.
The Missouri throwback wasn’t the only oversized property to make our list. Michael Jordan‘s enormous mansion near Chicago continued to rack up clicks, even though it’s been on the market for nearly a decade.
The mansion’s new wave of popularity comes thanks to ESPN’s blockbuster documentary “The Last Dance.”
Even though the price on MJ’s home has been cut a number of times, no buyer has seen fit to roll through the front gates emblazoned with the number “23” and make an offer.
Other homes you clicked on this week included a lavish Tennessee estate with an epic pool party setup, a must-see modern home in Washington, and a waterfront castle—in Kansas City.
For a full look at this week’s most popular properties, simply scroll on down…
Why it’s here: Can we get an amen? Built in 1950, this church has been converted into an incredible seven-bedroom home with over 10,000 square feet of living space.
The former sanctuary now serves as an oversized living room and kitchen, and the original bell tower is still intact.
Best of all? Most of the work is done. The converted church boasts new plumbing, fixtures, ceiling fans, and appliances.
Why it’s here: Sleek and modern, this exquisite home in the southeast of Washington state was built in 2012. The five-bedroom home sits on a 1.7-acre lot and is loaded with upgrades, including a gourmet kitchen and a biofuel fireplace in the living room.
Outside, the home has a heated saltwater gunite pool with fountains and a guest casita. The home’s stylish appeal resonated with buyers—it’s pending sale after less than a week on the market.
Why it’s here: Prepare your paddle! This three-bedroom waterfront home is headed for auction, with an opening bid of $100,000. It must be sold by June 10.
Built in 1963 and totally redone in 2017, it’s built to last, thanks to custom steel reinforcements and a safe room for security. It’s on a large lot close to beaches, shopping, and dining.
Why it’s here: Cute as a button, this Cape Cod charmer was originally built in 1948.
The three-bedroom home has been updated throughout and had a new roof installed last year. It’s move-in ready and even comes with a front porch swing.
Why it’s here: A rare miss for Air Jordan. The estate of pro basketball’s GOAT Michael Jordan is still on the market and is back on the minds of curious viewers of “The Last Dance.”
Featuring luxe amenities and customizations that were tailored for Jordan’s passions, the 56,000-square-foot mansion was built in 1995 and has been up for sale since 2012.
If buyers ever decide to take a shot, they’ll acquire an estate with a regulation basketball court, gym, circular infinity pool, putting green, tennis court, and cigar room.
Why it’s here: Built in 1810, this historically significant property has been impeccably maintained and updated.
The warm, cozy interiors of the four-bedroom home feature original wood-plank floors, two staircases, five fireplaces, and a music room.
It’s surrounded by 35 pastoral acres, with a staggering 16 additional structures on the property, including a guesthouse, summer kitchen, horse barn, shop, and multiuse barn.
Why it’s here: Formal from every angle and built in 2004, this five-bedroom Tudor estate sits on 3.5 acres and offers over 13,000 square feet of living space.
Frescoes, floor-to-ceiling windows, walnut floors, and beamed ceilings are just a few of the property’s interior highlights. Outside, the gorgeous grounds offer a tranquil respite from everyday life.
Why it’s here: Inspired by Ashford Castle in Ireland, this five-bedroom Tudor is filled with extraordinary details, like hand-scraped oak floors, original stained glass, a hand-carved fireplace mantle, and an elevator.
Three lots were combined to create this 1-acre property, with its amazing 350 feet of shoreline on Weatherby Lake.
Why it’s here: It’ll feel like vacation every day at this luxurious mansion, with its amazing outdoor setup.
We love the terraced outdoor entertaining area and pool. The outdoor living area is to die for.
For additional outdoor time, there’s a sundeck, pergola, fire pit, and plenty of patio seating. Inside, the six-bedroom home is loaded with luxe amenities, such as hickory floors, a huge kitchen, and a Creston Smart Home system.
Why it’s here: Everyone loves a well-preserved time capsule. If these walls could talk, they’d tell you it’s 1967 all over again. This seven-bedroom home looks relatively untouched from the day it was built, and the interiors aren’t dilapidated in the least.
Peep the deep red carpet in the formal living area, the dark wood cabinetry in the kitchen, and the variety of loud colors and patterned wallpapers throughout the home’s bedrooms.
You won’t regret it—trust us.