An equestrian dream home complete with a poker room and tornado shelter in Cassville, MO, is this week’s most popular listing on Realtor.com®.
The Double Down Ranch, a sprawling 77-acre property, is listed for $15 million and features a main residence, a caretaker’s home, a climate-controlled riding arena, and barns, stalls, and stables.
You also clicked on a 48-acre estate in West Virginia, the “Indiana” home featured in the Netflix show “Stranger Things” that’s actually located in Georgia, and a Frank Lloyd Wright–inspired mansion in Ohio.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, simply scroll on down.
Price: $5 million
Why it’s here: This Frank Lloyd Wright–inspired home in the Buckeye State recently reduced its asking price by a whopping $1 million.
Built in 2007, the 10,186-square-foot home sits on 4.4 acres in the New Albany Country Club. It offers five bedrooms, a two-story atrium with walls of glass, an indoor basketball court, a hair salon, a home cinema, and a backyard oasis designed for entertaining.
Why it’s here: Who needs a barndominium when you can now have a “shouse” (or shed and house)?
Designed for gear heads, this massive garage with a car hoist allows you to drive your car right inside, then lets you walk right into the living space. This unique three-bedroom property offers 3,700 square feet of interior space and sits on 20.28 acres.
Built in 2018, the modern home includes a spacious kitchen, high ceilings, sliding barn doors, and a loft area with a bar.
Price: $1.3 million
Why it’s here: This striking home stands out with its dramatically dark exterior. Inside, every light and bright detail is “custom, unique, and high quality,” according to the listing.
Built in 2021, the 5,200-square-foot home offers six bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Amenities include a bar, lounge, wine cellar, and lower-level game room.
Why it’s here: Built in 1971, this riverfront home was recently “redone from the studs.”
Located on 2.3 acres overlooking Holston River, the three-bedroom home features lots of sliders to take in the surrounding natural beauty. A wraparound porch also offers spectacular water views.
The eye-catching renovations drew a lot of interest, and there’s already a contingent offer on the 1,988-square-foot house.
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Why it’s here: This photogenic 33-acre estate is where filming took place for “The Secret Life of Bees.”
The home offers Southern charm throughout its 3,500 square feet of living space. The property boasts two barns, a riding ring, a chicken coop, a large workshop, and a gazebo.
The four-bedroom home was renovated just five years ago and now offers a bright and airy layout, modern kitchen, and first-floor primary suite. And there’s potential to expand on the land.
Why it’s here: You can almost hear John Denver singing “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” The rolling fields of this 48-acre estate may inspire you to sing.
Built in 1996, the three-bedroom abode features nearly 5,000 square feet of living space. A wraparound porch offers a quiet space to take in the surrounding natural beauty
There’s also a temperature-controlled garage, pool, hot tub, gazebo, cabin, pond, and playhouse. The property is being sold as is.
Why it’s here: We hate to break this news to fans: The Netflix show “Stranger Things” had you believing the Byers family home was in Indiana, when it was actually filmed in Georgia.
The fictional hometown of the Byers brothers was actually in Fayetteville. The affordable three-bedroom home sits on more than 6 acres and would certainly make for a cool listing on Airbnb. Apparently, many fans of the show have traveled far and wide to get a peek at the property.
The house was built in 1900 and needs a “full rehab,” according to the listing. But that hasn’t scared away potential buyers: It already has a pending offer. Demogorgon not included.
Why it’s here: This French-inspired estate features a jaw-dropping 18,437 square feet of living space.
Built just last year, the massive nine-bedroom home was inspired by the fancy-sounding Hotel Salomon de Rothschild. It boasts a grand staircase, a two-story living room, antique lighting from France, a commercial kitchen and an additional kitchen on the third floor, a movie theater, an indoor plunge pool, and eight balconies.
Why it’s here: This 11-bedroom home needs a lot of work, but the price is accommodating for a buyer to take on an adventurous renovation project.
Built in 1855, the 8,016-square-foot residence was once the summer home of Maryland’s 38th governor, William Hamilton. Period details include a curved staircase, several fireplaces, crown molding, and many built-ins.
The historic property on 1.63 acres comes with two attached units and a lookout tower.
Why it’s here: The massive, 77-acre Double Down Ranch was designed for a high-end equestrian lifestyle.
It includes a four-bedroom home built in 1996. Measuring 18,000 square feet, it features a two-story great room with a stone fireplace and curved bar. The breathtaking house took two years to design and three years to build, to ensure every luxurious detail was included. (Think custom-made horseshoes built into beams, handcrafted ironwork, and stone mined from Little Big Creek.)
Amenities include a poker room, billiard room, home cinema, pool with a cabana, 60,000-square-foot riding arena, several barns, a six-bedroom guest/caretaker’s house, and even a tornado shelter.