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Tiny Loft Once Owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad Is the Week’s Most Popular

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Small loft-style home once owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad York Haven, Pennsylvania is this week’s most popular listing on Realtor.com®.

The brick historic train station has since been converted into a cozy single-family house. At just 722 square feet, the one-bedroom home sits on 2.5 acres.

Other bargains that have garnered your clicks include Greek-inspired castles in Nebraska, affordable log cabins in New Hampshire, and concrete forts in Illinois.

Keep scrolling for more details on this week’s 10 most popular homes.

Price: $35,000,000
Reasons for being here:
This mansion is our most popular list It was removed from the market shortly thereafter during the spring. It’s back again with a $10 million price cut.

Even with prices dropping, the 15,394-square-foot estate known as Villa del Lago still holds the title of the most expensive list. AustinLocated on 21 acres overlooking Lake Travis, our 6 bedroom home has all the luxury amenities including a home theater, wine cellar, massage room, piano area and primary suite with steam shower.

Also included in the incredible price is a custom boathouse with negative edge pool, cascading waterfall, fish pond, and two slips.

Austin, Texas

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Price: $1,375,000
Reasons for being here:
It’s rare to find a Greek-inspired castle in the Midwest, but here’s one that recently dropped in price by $125,000.

You can be king or queen in this 3 bedroom stone castle. It features a turret, his three rounded towers, and his three-story spiral staircase surrounded by stone walls.

Built in 2019, the 4,341-square-foot home has an elevator that provides easy access from the main level, with its large rooms and stone fireplace, to the primary suite on the second floor, which features a private bunk balcony.

The acre of land has a rock wall and water features along with a boat dock with two mechanical lifts.

Ashland, Nebraska

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Price: $24,799,000
Reasons for being here:
From the mountain views to the 75-acre property and 50,275 square feet of living space, everything about this jaw-dropper is simply gorgeous.

Built in 2004, the six-bedroom mansion was designed according to the principles of feng shui.

The gorgeous space features floor-to-ceiling windows, a built-in aquarium, and a chef’s kitchen with two islands. The primary suite has a built-in bed, gas fireplace, and whirlpool tub that lets you soak in the view.

It also features a luxury home theatre, wine room, beauty salon and indoor pool with waterfall and palm trees. A stunning 27,000 square foot auto showroom with a one bedroom janitor space.

Evergreen, Colorado

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Price: $700,000
Reasons for being here:
Overlooking the French Broad River, this 4-bedroom retreat offers 8 acres of privacy.

Built in 2002, the 3,003 square foot home has direct lake access. The country kitchen has a large island with stove and sink. The sunlit family room has sliders leading to a wraparound deck. Upstairs, the huge primary suite features cathedral ceilings, fireplaces, double closets, and safes.

Potential buyers should note that the chicken coop is included with the sale.

Knoxville, Tennessee

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Price: $300,000
Reasons for being here:
This affordable log cabin has a deck with access to the workshop above the 1 car garage.

Tucked away on one acre, this two-bedroom home features a skylit kitchen with a wooden island and built-in shelving. There is a wood burning stove in the living area for those chilly New England nights.

This home was built in 1969 and offers 1,375 square feet of living space. Comes with a greenhouse area for the budding gardener.

Thornton, New Hampshire

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Price: $1,299,000
Reasons for being here:
Built in 1986, this Cape Codder has recently been updated.

The three-bedroom home’s open floor plan includes a living room with bay windows, a cozy living room with a fireplace, and a huge kitchen with dining nook and double-walled oven.

Located on the second floor, the brand new primary suite has a living room, two closets and a luxurious bathroom with bathtub.

A breezeway connects the 2,170-square-foot home to a two-car garage.

Woodinville, Washington

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Price: $3,300,000
Reasons for being here:
This riverside French country estate sits on majestic 73 acres of natural beauty.

From cherry hardwood floors to 26-foot ceilings in the family room, the 8,593-square-foot floor plan has many luxurious finishes. Built in 2008, the five-bedroom home overlooking the Lumber River boasts a Mediterranean feel with curved staircases, four ornately decorated fireplaces, and a palatial primary he suite. increase.

The backyard oasis includes a heated pool and spa, a pool house with built-in grill, and a three-bedroom guesthouse.

Pembroke, North Carolina

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Price: $1,000,000
Reasons for being here:
Built in 2008, this concrete fort has been on and off the market since it first debuted in 2009 for $3,700,000.

The modest 4,722-square-foot mansion has five bedrooms, four fireplaces, a wine cellar, and wet and dry steam rooms. Views of the forest reserve can be enjoyed from the wraparound deck.

The 0.8 acre of wooded grounds has a heated garage for 4 cars.

Palos Park, Illinois

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Price: $420,000
Reasons for being here:
This 4,686 square foot log home is an equestrian enthusiast’s dream, with 11 parcels of barn and acres to roam.

The 5-bedroom home has exposed logs and a two-story living area. The primary suite comes with a huge private deck. Front and back porches run the length of the home, from which he has views of the 11.5 acre property.

There is also a hot tub behind the two story garage.

Cleveland, New York

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Price: $144,900
Reasons for being here:
Here’s your chance to own a piece of Keystone State history. This affordable little loft was once owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Formerly a train station, converted into a one bedroom home with views of the Susquehanna River. The recently renovated 722 square foot home has stone interior walls, a spiral staircase and a sleeping loft.

The 2.5-acre property includes three cabins, a pavilion, and a basketball court.

York Haven, Pennsylvania

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