A Tiny House With Spectacular Blue Ridge Mountain Views Is the Week’s Most Popular Home – Realtor.com News

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Views for days!
That’s just what a tiny house nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains offers, making it this week’s most popular listing on Realtor.com®.
Located in Cullowhee, NC, the wee 465-square-foot structure sits on 1.5 acres surrounded by natural beauty. The one-bedroom home is encased in glass to soak in spectacular views everywhere you turn.
Also grabbing attention this week were a contemporary in Kentucky, a rustic cabin in Washington, and an affordable farmette in Ohio.
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, scroll down.
Price: $309,500
Why it’s here: 
This A-frame abode is small in price and large in amenities.
It offers four bedrooms, a one-car attached garage, a two-car detached garage, a pool surrounded by a deck, a hot tub, an outdoor play set, and a basketball court.
The two-story great room has a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, and the loft-style primary suite comes with several closets, a whirlpool tub, and a fireplace.
Built in 1972, the 2,742-square-foot residence is pending sale.
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Price: $750,000
Why it’s here:
Newly built, this contemporary seems somewhat out of place in its historic Germantown neighborhood.
The modern stucco-and-glass home has more of an urban vibe with its casement windows, black-iron handrails, and unusual wall art.
Built in 2021, the custom-designed, three-bedroom residence features graffiti-style murals and subway tile in one bathroom. There is even a black commode in the primary suite.
The kitchen has a waterfall island and sliders that open to the fenced backyard with a pool.
The eye-catching home is pending sale.
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Price: $199,000
Why it’s here: 
We love a comically candid listing, and this one for a 400-square-foot cabin gives new meaning to living off the grid.
“How about 40 acres with a cozy studio-style cabin built over a single-car garage that is hooked up to a drilled well with the original derrick, propane incinerating toilet, and solar powered, yes please,” the listing states.
Designed as a hunting cabin or “recreation playground,” the property includes a shooting range for adults, playhouse for kids, zip line that needs “TLC,” and an old cabin that the listing warns you not to enter.
Still, the property is pending sale.
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Price: $365,000
Why it’s here: 
Calling all investors: This historic stone home has been entirely gutted and is awaiting a buyer to add the finishing touches.
A 112-year-old gatehouse, it offers 2,000 square feet of living space, including three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Bring your imagination to envision a new first-floor kitchen and dining room with glass doors that open to a deck. Also included are a den, half-bath, and basement.
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Price: $369,900
Why it’s here: 
This adorable farmette with 2 acres offers a taste of country living.
The three-bedroom home was built in 1875 and has been fully updated. The kitchen is equipped with stainless-steel appliances and custom cabinetry.
Vintage details remain, including the original millwork, decorative mantels, and hardwood floors.
The property comes with an attached garage and an oversized barn. It’s pending sale.
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Price: $299,000
Why it’s here: 
This cute cottage next to Lake Washington offers lakefront living at its best.
Built in 1945, the one-bedroom domicile measures just 744 square feet. The updated interior boasts a wood-burning stove in the living room and a sunken sunroom lined with windows.
The wraparound deck is newly constructed, and the full basement has a walk-out.
The vacation retreat is pending sale.
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Price: $579,900
Why it’s here: 
This raised ranch features vaulted ceilings, a limestone fireplace, and updated lighting. Skylights, custom blinds, and new floors run throughout the 2,637-square-foot interior.
The four-bedroom contemporary has a refreshed kitchen with a granite island, stainless-steel appliances, and sliders that open to a spacious deck. The spacious primary suite has a cathedral ceiling and a spa bathroom with double sinks.
The lower level has a fireplace and could be used as a guest suite. There’s also a heated pool with a hot tub out back.
A sale is pending.
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Price: $499,000
Why it’s here:
Live in luxury in this log home that sits on 4 beautiful acres.
Built in 1996, the four-bedroom cabin has been entirely modernized. The interior features cathedral ceilings, exposed log beams, and an updated kitchen. The primary suite has a walk-in closet and a luxe bath with a whirlpool tub and a standalone glass shower.
The basement is finished, and you can soak in views from the wraparound porch or covered patio out back.
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Price: $585,000
Why it’s here: 
Now fully remodeled, this Mediterranean-style home offers a surprising interior.
The stylish kitchen features black cabinets and granite counters. Historic highlights include preserved hardwood floors, built-ins, and black-and-white tile floors. The family room now offers custom bookshelves and a built-in TV. The glassed-enclosed dining room can be used as a sunroom.
The first floor has one bedroom, and the remaining three, including the primary, are upstairs. Outdoor spaces include a second-floor terrace and a ground-level patio.
The property is pending sale.
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Price: $499,999
Why it’s here: 
It’s all about the views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from this tiny cabin in the woods.
The one-bedroom home on 1.5 acres was built in 2019 and designed by architect Jeffrey Dungan. The 465-square-foot saltbox design is a blend of rustic charm and modern luxury, the listing notes.
Oversized windows fill the cozy space with natural light, and the open floor plan offers a comfortable living area that flows into the bright, white kitchen.
The wraparound deck provides the perfect spot to enjoy the majestic setting.
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Kellie Speed has more written for a variety of publications, including Haute Living, U.S. Veterans magazine, DiverseAbility, and JustLuxe. She can be reached at kkspeed@aol.com.

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