The $ 35 million Connecticut Castle is back and reigns again as the most popular home

An old favorite is on sale again, so of course the clicks quickly followed, making it the most popular house of the week on Realtor.com®.

Known as Woodstock Castle, Connecticut’s massive fortress is no stranger to our list of favorites. Once upon a time, in 2014, it was the most popular house of the year.

It’s available again, now at a discount of $ 10 million. And a ride in the listing photos shows why this royal residence is the belle of the ball: Built in 2010, the fairytale fortress has all the amenities you’d expect, including moats and whimsical towers.

Besides the Chateau, you have clicked on a number of other expensive properties this week. They include the most expensive home in Wisconsin, a jaw-dropping $ 40 million estate in Montana, and a $ 49.5 million Florida mansion with jaw-dropping views.

Want to discover the 10 most popular properties of the week? Continue scrolling.

Price: $ 104,900
Why it’s here:
Halloween is over, but this spooky place may not have received the memo.

At sale price, the four-bedroom, 2,423 square foot home was built in 1887 and is ready for a major renovation. It sits on half an acre with a detached garage and outbuilding. Inside, the original staircase is still there, along with other touches such as original mantels, transoms with original material, and a formal dining room with fireplace.

Oliver Springs, Tennessee

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Price: $ 269,900
Why it’s here:
This pretty country house on a quiet quarter acre lot is close to shops and restaurants.

Built in 1901, the three-bedroom, 1,480-square-foot home features bright interiors with built-in elements, hardwood floors and 12-foot ceilings.

Covington, LA
Covington, LA

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Price: $ 39,250,000
Why it’s here:
It is the most expensive place in the Badger State.

Built in 1906, the 14,145 square foot mansion offers 13 bedrooms, 13 fireplaces, a large hall and a guest wing. The 40-acre property on Lake Geneva also includes a four-bedroom guesthouse, a shed, staff offices, a boathouse and a children’s village.

Lake Geneva, WI
Lake Geneva, WI

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Price: $ 869,000
Why it’s here:
This 1902 stone structure needs help, but it seems worth it.

Spanning 4.36 acres, this historic property includes eight exterior garages with new doors, a second building with three garages, as well as three apartments. The 13,123 square foot main house has 13 bedrooms.

According to the listing, the owner has invested $ 170,000 in upgrades over the past two years, but the property is still in need of some work.

Willoughby, Ohio
Willoughby, Ohio

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Price: $ 39,950,000
Why it’s here:
Named Aquarius, this magnificent property covers over 23 gated acres just 4 miles from Main Street.

Contemporary in style, the six-bedroom, 22,470-square-foot mansion was built in 2018. There is also a 3-acre pond with a sandy beach, swimming pool, raised decks, wine lounge, and land. sport.

Bozeman, MT
Bozeman, MT

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Price: $ 625,000
Why it’s here:
Built as a life-size replica of Boston’s Engine 21 fire station, this tribute features restored fire trucks, equipment, and a museum.

The 3,137 square foot two-bedroom space also includes a second mezzanine floor that includes an office, with the required fire pole, of course.

Thornton, New Hampshire
Thornton, New Hampshire

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Price: $ 49,500,000
Why it’s here:
The hefty price tag of this beachfront mansion includes eligibility for Port Royal Club membership.

Directly on the Gulf of Mexico, this Mediterranean-inspired estate offers 8,081 square feet of upscale living space.

Naples, florida
Naples, florida

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Price: $ 3,499,000
Why it’s here:
Operated as a guesthouse complex, this 2.25-acre property consists of eight homes. In total, they offer 40 bedrooms and over 35,000 square feet of living space.

All were built in the early 1900s by New Rich copper prospectors and designed to be showy and ornate.

Laurium, Michigan
Laurium, Michigan

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Price: $ 300,000
Why it’s here:
This historic brick house was built in 1928 and has been in the same family since 1962. Now it is ready to be reinvented into something spectacular for a history conscious buyer.

Highlights of the 8,981-square-foot home include the distinctive Spanish-style facade with arched brickwork, iron, and leaded glass. It is currently configured with six rental units over three floors, but could be converted back into an unprecedented single-family home.

St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri

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Price: $ 35,000,000
Why it’s here:
A glance at the photos on the listing proves why this ornate castle is so popular. Looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale – the type of house you must share with your social network.

While this was very popular with onlookers, it was much less popular with buyers.

Built in 2010 and initially listed in 2014 for $ 45 million, the castle is languishing in the market. He briefly reappeared in 2015.

Now on the market for $ 35 million, the 18,777-square-foot chateau features a moat, towers, and a massive custom kitchen.

Woodstock, Connecticut
Woodstock, Connecticut

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