Four of the five most viewed listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in June were priced between $6 million and $28 million. The one exception? A gem in rural Vermont listed for under $500,000.
5. Splashed With California Sun
$7.995 Million | 541 Stassi Lane, Santa Monica, Calif.
In fifth place was this “sun-drenched” house with five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, glass walls and ocean views, designed by the architect Ray Kappe. It was down from third place in April and May.
$6 Million | 31 Brentmoor Park, Clayton, Mo.
This sprawling, five-bedroom, five-bathroom home built in 1927 is loaded with elegant features: floor-to-ceiling leaded-glass windows, paneled walls, timbered ceilings, carved stone and window seats. And it sits on more than two and a half acres described as “parklike.”
3. Movie Star Views
$28 Million | 1622 Viewmont Drive, Los Angeles, Calif.
In third place was this five-bedroom home with five full and three half bathrooms, on a hilltop that promises sweeping views from mountain to ocean. The house offers vast spaces and amenities such as a library, a gym, a media room and an infinity pool.
$6.995 Million | 157 West 57th Street, Midtown, No. 39C
In second place was a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment that passes for relatively affordable at One57, a luxury high-rise where other units are listed for up to $58.5 million. This glass box offers spectacular views to the south and west.
Broker: The Corcoran Group
1. Vermont Jewel
$495,000 | 1176 Kitchel Hill Road, Barnet, Vt.
The most popular — and least expensive — home on the June list was a three-bedroom, two-bathroom with an exterior that takes its cues for the area’s farm buildings. Interior photos show a modern, open design bathed in warm, inviting light.
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