Florida Mansion, which Nancy Pelosi didn’t buy, is Favorite House of the Week – By The World

Rumors led to clicks on Realtor.com® this week. By far our most popular property was a $ 25 million oceanfront property in sunny Florida that quickly became an (and admittedly weird) internet sensation.

Why was this luxurious place so darn popular? Well it was the result of fake news. Last week speculation swirled around the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi was the buyer of this magnificent mansion in the Sunshine State. Social media pioneered the idea of ​​a staunch Democrat buying an extravagant residence in a Republican-run state.

One problem: it just wasn’t true; Pelosi’s office denied the rumors. Still, fueled by public outrage and curiosity, the Florida villa she didn’t buy got the most clicks this week.

Another fancy Florida property also attracted curious clickers. The Palm Beach property known as Tarpon Island is currently the most expensive property in the country – priced at a staggering $ 210 million.

Other popular properties for sale this week include a former library in Indiana with an exquisite brick and stone facade, and a Michigan mansion with deep pockets ready for any doomsday prepper.

Let’s focus on the facts and enjoy all 10 of the week’s most popular properties.

Price: $ 259,900 (listed November 24, now over the counter)
Why it is here:
The style of a storybook continues to swoon shoppers. This charming three bedroom Tudor barely held a week in the market before a deal was closed.

The 1,900 square foot house was built in 1900 and has original Gumwood paneling, wooden floors, arched doors and leaded glass windows. A modernized kitchen really shines and the living room has a cozy wood-burning fireplace.

Rochester, NY

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Price: $ 1,995,000
Why it is here:
Known as You Farm, this 4 acre property has a lovely two bedroom barn dominium and greenhouse. There is potential for this property to be transformed into a world class equestrian facility. Close to the city and accessible via paved roads, this courtyard also has several buildings and two outdoor pavilions.

Loxahatchee, FLLoxahatchee, FL
Loxahatchee, FL

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Price: $ 5,600,000
Why it is here:
Prepare in luxurious fashion. This self-sufficient estate was built in 2018 and extends over more than 193 hectares. Most importantly, it offers a 5,000 square foot bunker to retreat into when it really goes south.

The 8,364 square meter main house with five bedrooms and three levels is located off the street and welcomes guests with a decorative water fountain. In addition to the bunker, the property includes a well-equipped 9-acre private lake; a caretaker’s house with three bedrooms; a 7,200 square meter outbuilding; and a greenhouse.

Battle Creek, MichiganBattle Creek, Michigan
Battle Creek, Michigan

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Price: $ 210,000,000
Why it is here:
It’s the most expensive listing in the country – and the only private island in Palm Beach. Tarpon Island was sold for $ 85 million just four months ago. The current sale price will cover a complete renovation of the villa that is currently on the property.

Palm Beach, FLPalm Beach, FL
Palm Beach, FL

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Price: $ 399,000
Why it is here:
Custom built in 1959, this mid-century three-bedroom marvel offers 3,096 square feet of living space.

Pretty cypress woodwork, original parquet floors and a 3,000 square meter basement are just some of the highlights of this house, which once belonged to a well-known city doctor.

Kettering, OHKettering, OH
Kettering, OH

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Price: $ 2,650,000
Why it is here:
Known as the Elizabeth Barnwell Gough House, this stately home has been fully restored by “true conservationists”.

The three-room house, built in 1789, has an offer on the market after just a few weeks.

Beaufort, SCBeaufort, SC
Beaufort, SC

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Price: $ 319,000 (listed November 25, now over the counter)
Why it is here:
Another example of a charming home that is quickly moving in today’s fast-paced market. After a week there is an offer for this delightful accommodation.

This colorful blue and yellow beauty was built in 1850 and is perfectly preserved in all the right places, including the hardwood floors, antique stove, and beamed ceilings.

The location is also a plus: the two-room house on half a hectare is in a coveted neighborhood.

Falmouth, MEFalmouth, ME
Falmouth, ME

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Price: $ 250,000
Why it is here:
Check out this place! Built in 1920 as the Carnegie Library, it has undergone some renovation, but much remains to be done. This 4,464 square foot space is zoned for commercial and residential use and currently has four bedrooms and four half bathrooms. A beautiful exterior made of bricks and field stones is well preserved and makes for plenty of attractiveness.

Kendallville, INKendallville, IN
Kendallville, IN

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Price: $ 999,900
Why it is here:
Make it a Log Home, But Luxurious! With two stories, cathedral ceilings, large windows, and a number of upgrades, this home allows you to enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing comfort.

Full of rustic appeal sits this 6,782-square-foot, six-bedroom retreat on 11 acres of land with a pond and two barns.

Wayne, OHWayne, OH
Wayne, OH

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Price: $ 25,000,000
Why it is here:
Rumors circulated that the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi bought this oceanfront villa. There is an offer for the house, the realtor tells us, but it’s not from the California Congressman.

The palatial property was built in 1995 on 2.37 acres of land on Jupiter Island. The two-story main house offers over 10,000 square meters of luxurious living space with elevator, home theater and space for entertainment on a grand scale.

Hobe Sound, FLHobe Sound, FL
Hobe Sound, FL

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Reference-www.nach-welt.com

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