The five most-viewed listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in March and April included a restored, 18th-century house in New Jersey, a California home with walls of glass and a free-form house on a Toronto hillside.
1. Instant Home, Furniture Included
$750,000 | 1612 Norristown Road, Maple Glen, Pa.
The most popular listing — up from fourth place in February — was a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom house with an additional bedroom in a walkout basement, about 15 minutes from Philadelphia. Also included: fireplaces, a soaking tub and a billiards room.
2. Curvilinear Walls of Glass
$16.057 Million | 194 Roxborough Drive, Toronto
In second place was a six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 17,000-square-foot, contemporary structure with soaring, open spaces for entertaining on a grand scale. The house has five levels, an elevator, a spa, a pool and a sauna.
3. Indoor-Outdoor Living
$7.995 Million | 541 Stassi Lane, Santa Monica, Calif.
The five-bedroom, two-bathroom house designed by the architect Ray Kappe is described as “sun-drenched.” The listing also highlights walls of glass, canyon and ocean views, a surround-sound screening room, a pool and a three-car garage.
4. 18th-Century Charm
$795,000 | 1094 Barley Sheaf Road, Readington Township, N.J.
This five-bedroom, three-bathroom, 1760s home was sensitively renovated to preserve its character and add storage. The kitchen was enlarged in 1985 and updated in 2006. The property includes an old water tower and a barn.
Broker: Weichert, Realtors
5. Bring Your Horses
$995,000 | 2212 Bowie Drive, Corsicana, Tex.
Down from second place in February, this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom house has 5,776 square feet of living space and a three-car garage. The property is seven and a half landscaped acres, zoned for keeping horses.
Published at Thu, 09 May 2019 13:30:07 +0000