Just a month after flying away from the Seattle Seahawks, Russell Wilson put his Emerald City mansion on the market. NFL fans blitzed Realtor.com® for a look inside the $36 million home. The Super Bowl–winning quarterback’s lakefront estate racked up tens of thousands of clicks, making it this week’s most popular home.
The bluff-top estate overlooks Lake Washington and comes with nearly 2 acres, two private beaches, and a massive dock. The dock offers space for four boats, including a 60-foot yacht, and there’s even a tram to take folks down to the lake’s edge.
Also popular this week: another celebrity spread (the homeowner is a Boston boy), the most expensive home in Texas, an affordable Virginia farmhouse, a Lustron home in Michigan, and a South Carolina home featured on HGTV’s “Rock The Block.”
For a full look at the week’s 10 most popular homes, simply scroll on down.
Why it’s here: Known as Villa Del Lago, this is the most expensive home for sale in the Lone Star State. It’s also a popular event venue in the capital city.
Accompanied by 25 acres along Lake Travis, the 15,394-square-foot home offers a media room, theater, game room, gym, and wine cellar. Surrounded by several waterfalls, the seven-bedroom mansion is a dreamy escape in the big city.
Why it’s here: This custom-built three-bedroom home comes with 13 acres, which include an apple orchard, pear and peach trees, and grapevines.
For a buyer who likes to tinker, there’s a workshop with plenty of space for projects or storage. The property also offers space to build a guesthouse for family and friends to visit or to generate revenue.
Why it’s here: This historic three-bedroom farmhouse comes with five picturesque acres, and the sale price is ultra-affordable.
Built in 1880, the home has been modernized over the years. Cozy and quaint, it features hardwood floors, built-ins, and fireplaces. It measures nearly 2,200 square feet.
Why it’s here: This midcentury modern ranch takes its cues from Frank Lloyd Wright. The three-bedroom residence features mahogany walls, doors, and trim.
Built in 1955, the 3,000-square-foot home features a number of modern amenities. Skylights make the space feel airy, and a walk-in steam shower is a true highlight. There’s also stained-glass windows, exposed stone, a four-season room, and a spacious primary suite.
Why it’s here: Built in 1888, Cairngorm Cottage is a Victorian-era home that is just steps from the island’s famous Grand Hotel.
Offering a whopping 8,000 square feet of living space, the seven-bedroom home is located on the West Bluff. It’s just a quick carriage ride to the shops and restaurants along the island’s main street.
In a bonus for buyers, the professionally decorated home has been modernized over the years and is being offered fully furnished. The one-acre lot includes a two-bedroom carriage house.
Why it’s here: This rare two-bedroom Lustron Westchester home was built from prefabricated enameled steel in 1949. Developed for the post-World War II era, Lustron homes never took off, but a few of these steel beauties remain.
This one features a retro kitchen with open shelves, a farmhouse sink, and a vintage Frigidaire Flair double oven with a hideaway stovetop. The primary bedroom boasts a built-in vanity and three closets.
Why it’s here: This historic Queen Anne Victorian in Butte County was built for Sen. George Hearst and Phoebe Apperson Hearst, parents of William Randolph Hearst.
This four-bedroom home features original wood floors and woodwork, an ornate staircase, and large curved windows. You’ll also find a brick fireplace, coffered ceilings, and large bay windows with built-in seating. On the 16-acre property, there are over 100 olive trees and a fruit orchard.
Why it’s here: Mark Wahlberg wants to sell his sprawling 30,500-square-foot mansion in North Beverly Park.
On a lot of 6 acres, this gated mansion features a two-story paneled library, home theater, and wine cellar. Outside, there’s a five-hole golf course, tennis court, and skate park. The actor’s home was designed by Richard Landry and also features a resort-style grotto pool and guesthouse.
Why it’s here: This four-bedroom house was famously designed by Jenny and Dave Marrs for HGTV’s popular design competition, “Rock the Block.”
Although it didn’t win Season 3, it still attracted plenty of interest. Offering three floors of living space, the modern farmhouse was outfitted with an array of special features by the couple from “Fixer to Fabulous.” From a private sauna in the primary suite to a built-in study and homework station, there are spaces for every member of the family.
Why it’s here: New Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife, Ciara, now hold another title: owners of the most expensive home for sale in Washington.
Located on Lake Washington, the six-bedroom home features a professional gym, yoga studio, and sport court. There’s even a private treehouse to take in views of the water, patios, and terraced gardens.