If ever there was a perfect bachelor pad, this tiny ranch house in Ferndale, MI, would take the cake. The shocking design grabbed the most views this week.
With just 972 square feet of space, the unusually designed home is this week’s most popular listing on Realtor.com®. It features two waterless urinals in the kitchen and a beer tap above a throne-style toilet in the bathroom. There’s also a “removable platform” in the living room to simulate stadium seating.
Other digs that drew your clicks include a Missouri farmhouse with its own hunting cabin, a Miami Beach mansion with a DJ booth, and a gorgeous Tudor in Ohio that has been operating as a popular bed-and-breakfast.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, keep on scrolling.
Why it’s here: With such a specific listing price, it’s safe to assume the seller is mad for the ’80s—and the song “867-5309/Jenny.”
While pop singer Tommy Tutone hasn’t moved in, you can certainly build a dream home he would be proud of. Plans call for a 3,251-square-foot residence to be constructed on the vacant lot in Royal Harbor.
Located on an inlet just four lots from Naples Bay, the property comes with a dock and boatlift.
The lot is available for $4,250,000 if you choose to go with another builder.
Why it’s here: It’s rare to find a midcentury modern home in the Granite State, which is why this one has already been scooped up.
Located on 11.5 acres in the woods, the four-bedroom ranch offers 2,075 square feet of living space on one level.
The family room features a cozy fireplace, walls of windows, wood-paneled walls, and built-ins. You can enjoy views of the surrounding area from the enormous, wraparound deck.
There’s also a detached, four-car garage to store your cars and toys.
Why it’s here: This gorgeous four-bedroom farmhouse sits on 24 acres and comes with its own hunting cabin.
The open floor plan of this 3,508-square-foot home boasts 15-foot vaulted ceilings with exposed beams. The chef’s kitchen has custom cabinets and a walk-in pantry.
The spectacular outdoor area features a wraparound porch with swings, a stone fireplace, covered dining area, built-in fire pit, and above-ground pool with a pool house.
There’s also a tanning room, workshop with a three-car garage, covered space for RV parking, and livestock barn complete with a hog pen, chicken house, and five horse stalls.
An additional 182 acres are also available for purchase.
Why it’s here: Who doesn’t want a backyard that fronts Lake Superior?
Built in 1930, this three-bedroom home offers frontage along the largest of the five Great Lakes.
The 2,062-square-foot retreat features custom bookshelves, a baby grand piano, a wood-burning fireplace, and recently refinished hardwood floors. An upstairs primary bedroom leads to a Shaker porch-style deck where you can soak in the water views.
The mesmerizing setting has already caught one buyer’s eye and is now pending sale.
Why it’s here: This Miami Beach mansion comes with a DJ booth to spin your favorite tunes.
The four-bedroom domicile features travertine stone walls as well as walls of windows. The home’s 3,575 square feet include many spaces for some fun entertainment, including a media room and nightclub with professional acoustics.
The primary suite boasts dreamy walk-in closets and a private terrace that overlooks the koi pond and multilevel pool with spa.
Why it’s here: This Civil War–era home has been modernized, but it still features an original fireplace in the foyer and 1800s spiral staircase.
Built in 1860, the 3,914-square-foot home offers a renovated kitchen with a curved breakfast bar and modern appliances. There’s a wraparound deck, covered front porch, and second-floor balcony to take in the views.
There are 3.85 unrestricted acres, which include an enormous workshop.
Why it’s here: This multilevel home offers spectacular views of downtown San Antonio, the Olmos Dam, and the Olmos Basin.
The 6,500-square-foot, two-story house was designed by Tom Pressley and built by Bartlett-Cocke in 1986. There are floor-to-ceiling windows and marble floors throughout. An eye-popping primary suite boasts a walk-in closet with lots of built-ins, a fireplace, a sitting area, a stylish bathroom, and a private terrace.
One room features a life-sized “Star Wars” stormtrooper, but we aren’t sure if the movie memorabilia are included in the sale.
Why it’s here: The historic John Edward Belle Shutt home sits on 6 acres and has five outbuildings.
Affordably priced, the three-bedroom dwelling features a loft portion that was built in 1885 and a front portion constructed in 1905. A breezeway with the original porch flooring connects the two sections.
You can enjoy the views from the porch swing or by the fire pit out back.
Why it’s here: This exceptional, seven-bedroom Tudor operates as a bed-and-breakfast.
Whether you want to keep it as a country inn or transform it into a magnificent private residence, the choice is up to you.
Built in 1928, the 3,407-square-foot home features three levels with many original details, including beautiful woodworking and a grand staircase.
The lower level comes with a full bar and recreation room.
Why it’s here: At first glance, this cute ranch might not seem like much, but a peek inside reveals a frat boy’s dream house. The mind-boggling details drew thousands of views.
Outside, there’s an illuminated Detroit Lions–themed basketball court. But inside, there’s so much more.
There you’ll find two waterless urinals opposite a beer tap in the kitchen. (Yes, kitchen.)
In fact, this 972-square-foot home has been turned into one big man cave. The red-and-black bathroom offers a shocking design with two more taps: a beer dispenser above the toilet and a Jägermeister tap in the shower, so you are never too far from your favorite drink.
The three-bedroom home located across the street from Harding Park has already received multiple offers.