It isn’t owned by an A-lister, but that fact didn’t put a damper on the public’s interest in a massive, 61-acre estate in Byrdstown, TN. The $14.8 million lakefront spread racked up the most clicks this week and wound up as the week’s most popular home on realtor.com®.
The gated mansion sits just two hours outside Nashville, high on a bluff overlooking Dale Hollow Lake. The huge, 31,600 square-foot home casts an imposing shadow on the rugged and pristine terrain below. It was completed in 2017 and is currently owned by an entrepreneur, according to listing agent Charlie Neese.
“The current owner believes it to be the second-largest house in the state at the moment,” says Neese. The agent then dashed our hopes for a country music connection. “The owner is an entrepreneur, not a celebrity from Nashville. It’s such a unique property, that’s the reason it’s attracting so much attention.”
And it wasn’t the only waterfront property attracting your clicks this week. You were also interested in a coastal Maine residence with awe-inspiring ocean views, a kooky Kansas mansion outfitted with tunnels for scuba diving, and a luxe Jersey Shore penthouse overlooking the Atlantic.
Dive right in and experience all of this week’s most popular properties…
10. 1672 PA 92, Harding, PA
Why it’s here: This lovely four-bedroom farmhouse packs a lot of punch at an affordable price. From the wraparound porch to the freshly remodeled kitchen, including feathered granite, subway tile, and a farmhouse sink, the house is a charmer with all the right updates and endless potential.
9. 374 Shore Rd, York, ME
Why it’s here: This stately Shingle-style home was built in 2014, and sits on 2 acres—with easy access to beaches and all the creature comforts for luxe beach living. The three-bedroom residence with substantial ocean views has plenty of upgrades, including an elevator to all three levels and a heated balcony.
8. 3187 Feather Ridge Rd, Toddville, IA
Why it’s here: It’s a European-style castle on over 75 acres in the middle of Iowa. Expect the unexpected? The over 13,000-square-foot home includes a transplanted pub from Sheffield, England. Cool! There’s also a full movie theater, and outdoor areas filled with gardens, meadows, a private lake, and heated pool.
7. 3051 Plain View Church Rd, Angier, NC
Why it’s here: This nearly 9-acre horse farm includes two ponds, fenced pastures, barns, and a pool. The main three-bedroom house includes a large front porch, wood cabinetry, granite, a large mudroom, and wood floors.
6. 223 W. Park Ave, Princeton, IL
Why it’s here: Built in 1901, this four-bedroom home recently underwent a complete restoration across its three floors and basement. Highlights of the distinguished property include hardwood floors, marble bathrooms, a new kitchen with granite countertops, and a parlor with a marble fireplace—just the thing for entertaining with a touch of old-school elegance.
5. 5225 Renner Rd, Lake Quivira, KS
Why it’s here: This wild megamansion has plenty of features you won’t find anywhere else. But it’s undoubtedly the series of scuba-diving tunnels that have been excavated throughout the nearly 15-acre property that make this estate, dubbed the Spirit of Avalon, a must-see.
4. 79 Turkeyland Cove Rd, Edgartown, MA
Why it’s here: It’s the future home of the former leader of the free world and it continues to amass clicks.The Martha’s Vineyard retreat reportedly purchased by Barack and Michelle Obama is likely to be transformed into a family compound worthy of a president.
3. 29 Beverly Hills Rd, Warminster, PA
Why it’s here: According to the listing details, this nearly 12,000-square-foot home was built in 1989 for a celebrity. If you have the deets on the mysterious former homeowner in Pennsylvania, please drop us a line. Sitting on 10 wooded, private acres, the home includes an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, home gym, and five fireplaces.
2. 1101 Ocean Ave #E, Asbury Park, NJ
Why it’s here: We have a situation—this is Jersey Shore on a luxe level! The penthouse at the Asbury Ocean Club has plenty worth getting excited about—from the views to the unit’s top-of-the-line finishes and furnishings. We love the white-oak wide-plank floors and the gourmet kitchen. Breathtaking ocean views dominate over 4,500 square feet of living space. But there’s also 2,300 square feet of outdoor living space including a terrace with Viking gas range, barbecue, and outdoor shower.
Asbury Park, NJ
1. 5175 Turney Groce Rd, Byrdstown, TN
Why it’s here: This 61-acre lakefront estate on Dale Hollow Lake is believed to be the second-largest in the state and features a mansion with eight bedrooms, nine and a half bathrooms and 31,600 square feet, including a grand owner’s retreat balcony, two-story breezeway, home theater, and guesthouse with office.
The home is filled with top-of-the-line finishes, like the marble and hand-carved woodwork, two full-size gourmet kitchens, three kitchenettes, a high-drama two-story breezeway, and home theater. Lake views are best taken in from the grand owner’s retreat balcony hovering over the acreage and lake. Here’s a video tour.
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