Texas House With Underground Cave is the most popular house this week

Calling all stalactite and stalagmite lovers! An unassuming home in San Antonio, TX gives new meaning to the term “man cave.”

Lodging enthusiasts this week have really dug this place, which comes with its own underground cavern. We didn’t need a headlamp to see that this property has racked up tens of thousands of clicks, making it the most popular home on Realtor.com®.

You’ve also been caving through plenty of other great listings, including a huge (and affordable) Victorian in New Hampshire, an island property in North Carolina, and a 73-acre property in Texas with its own lazy river.

For a full rundown of this week’s top 10 homes, just scroll down.

Price: $349,000
Why it’s here:
This Victorian offers a ton of space (13,246 square feet) for relatively little money. Priced at just $26 per square foot, it will need some TLC to restore it to its historic beauty.

Built in 1898, the gigantic nine-bedroom home features many old-world details, including three covered plazas, a hand-carved staircase with stained glass, beautiful woodwork, and two ornate fireplaces.

The property was once home to Newport’s Moose Lodge and is in a commercial district. It could be converted back into a huge single family home, used as a guest room or converted into office space.

Newport, New Hampshire

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Price: $1,800,000
Why it’s here:
The Robinson Farm is a scenic 13.08 acres overlooking the Ottauquechee River. It currently functions as an event venue. Built in 1905, the main inn has seven suites. A private innkeeper’s accommodation consists of three bedrooms.

There is also an enormous five-story structure built in the style of a traditional bank barn. The spectacular 40-foot-tall wooden design provides an incredible backdrop for a Pinterest-perfect wedding.

Woodstock, Vermont

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Price: $3,800,000
Why it’s here:
This 10 acre property on the Isle of Ashe has water frontage on the north and south sides.

The five-bedroom main house includes a chef’s kitchen, seven-vehicle garage and two geothermal systems. On the third level, the house houses an entertainment room with a pool table, theater seating and a veranda. A separate guesthouse can accommodate visiting family and friends.

North Topsail Beach, North Carolina

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Price: $4,250,000
Why it’s here:
Fawcett Farm is a rare combination of a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and a rural farm.

The anchor of the 76.16 acre property is the stunning seven bedroom home. It features stained glass windows, glass walls and a koi pond.

The home, which was built in 1961, has undergone an award-winning “world-class restoration,” according to the listing. The work was carried out in consultation with Eric Lloyd Wright and overseen by architect Taliesin Associate Arthur Dyson. Landscaping, gardens and security have also been improved.

Los Banos, California

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Price: $975,000
Why it’s here:
This modern farmhouse sits on 10 acres and includes a private pond.

Built in 2019, the three-bedroom home features an open floor plan with a spacious kitchen with a farmhouse sink and a large island. There is also a two car garage and plenty of room for pets.

Bullard, TX

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Price: $329,900
Why it’s here:
Mid-Century Style Near Syracuse! This custom built five bedroom home features stone walls, cathedral ceilings and walls of windows.

Built in 1960, the affordable 3,216 square foot home was designed to let in natural light with its high ceilings and huge windows. The kitchen was recently updated with new cabinets and stainless steel appliances.

Camilla, NY

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Price: $549,900
Why it’s here:
Built in 1901, this historic three-bedroom Victorian has been impeccably restored, although period details remain, including hardwood floors and the magnificent staircase and banister.

The kitchen now features quartzite counter tops and the master bath features a wet room tub and shower. Electrics and plumbing have been updated, and new windows, HVAC and insulation have been added.

Pilot point, TX

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Price: $7,350,000
Why it’s here:
This spectacular 73-acre property features a lazy river.

The three-bedroom main house has been updated and now features cathedral ceilings with exposed beams, a chef’s kitchen and a glass conservatory. A large master suite features a wood-burning stove and a spacious bathroom with a gorgeous clawfoot tub.

Other deluxe amenities include a putting green, swimming pool, pool house and a three-bedroom guest house.

Borne, TX

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Price: $399,900
Why it’s here:
Listed as a one bedroom house, this may be the largest one bedroom we have ever seen. It offers 16,000 square feet of living space.

Built in 1916, the mansion comprises two connected buildings with many period details. There is parking for 80 cars so this property could potentially be used as a medical office, assisted living facility or a massive single family residence.

Saginaw, MI

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Price: $875,000
Why it’s here:
You can’t tell from the outside, but a natural bridge cavern hides beneath this 2.56 acre suburban property.

If you’ve ever wanted to go caving without leaving your own home, this four bedroom home is for you.

Surrounded by 3,500 acres of nature conservation land, the manicured home features a sky-lit kitchen, arched doorways, master bedroom with bay window, and gazebo to take in the serene view.

As for the cave, the current owner spent over $87,000 excavating and adding lighting.

San Antonio, TX

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