The five most-viewed listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in May included three from California: a well-maintained, pink Victorian and a pair of contemporary houses with lots of glass.
5. History and Modern Conveniences
$795,000 | 1094 Barley Sheaf Road, Readington Township, N.J.
Dropping from its fourth-place finish in April is a five-bedroom, three-bathroom, renovated 1760s house. The Colonial-era home has been updated with central air-conditioning, zoned heating and an expanded kitchen.
Broker: Weichert, Realtors
4. California Contemporary
$7.995 Million | 541 Stassi Lane, Santa Monica, Calif.
Moving down from third place is a brand-new house with five bedrooms, designed by the architect Ray Kappe. Rich with outdoor living space, it offers views, a pool and a three-car garage.
3. Victorian Showplace
$1.29 Million | 202 M Street, Eureka, Calif.
Landing in third place is a house called Pink Lady, a four-bedroom Victorian with three full and two half bathrooms. The home is adorned with well-preserved, intricately carved details and is zoned for both residential and commercial use.
$1.795 Million | 12 Ethel Avenue, Mill Valley, Calif.
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom house has an additional building containing a studio apartment, office and garage, on a beautifully wooded lot. The studio is currently an income-producing Airbnb.
1. Walls of Wood and Glass
$15.993 Million | 194 Roxborough Drive, Toronto
Up from second place last month is this six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 17,000-square-foot home known as Integral House. It has huge spaces fit for entertaining crowds, five levels, an elevator, a spa, a pool and a sauna.
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