The oh, so familiar residence that served as the exterior for sitcom stalwart “The Brady Bunch” is this week’s most popular home on Realtor.com®.
Located in the L.A. suburb of Studio City, the five-bedroom home appears almost exactly as you might remember it from the show, thanks to HGTV. The network purchased the place in 2018 and had its stars transform the interior and exterior to create a near-exact replica of the house on the iconic show that ran from 1969 to 1974.
Other homes you clicked on this week include a Nantucket-inspired home in Connecticut, an entire island in North Carolina, and a cheap antique in Illinois that includes houseguests. (Yes, you read that correctly.)
For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, keep on scrolling.
Why it’s here: This adorable Cape Cod cottage is decked out in classic beach style and is being offered completely furnished.
From the salmon-colored door to the seafoam-green kitchen cabinets, the cool coastal vibe is apparent the moment you enter the two-bedroom unit.
Offering just 560 square feet of living space, the seasonal cottage sits in the community of Salt Air Village. The recently updated interior also offers new appliances and a tankless water heater.
A monthly homeowners association fee includes activities as well as beach access. The little place is pending sale.
Why it’s here: This sprawling six-bedroom home offers stylish single-level living.
The 4,500-square-foot interior reflects the midcentury modern style. Built in 1975, the home boasts a kitchen with a marble island and breakfast bar. There’s also a living room with a brick fireplace, built-in shelves, and walls of windows. The primary suite comes with a vaulted ceiling and a walk-in shower.
The 3-acre property includes a bonus space with a bathroom and a built-in dog bath out back.
Why it’s here: “This MCM home could be a great rehab or tear down,” the listing states. Naturally, we wanted a peek inside.
This three-bedroom home offers a classic midcentury style. The photos show a wall of windows in the living room as well as wood-paneled walls and ceilings, so the bones appear to be salvageable.
The residence sits on 1.4 acres and is pending sale.
Why it’s here: This luxury, Nantucket-inspired home is offered at a reasonable price.
Built in 1977, the exquisitely designed, 3,745-square-foot home boasts high ceilings, three fireplaces, shadowbox accents, bullnose arches, and many built-ins. A foyer clad in travertine features marble medallion inlay. The two-story great room comes with a cherry inlay floor plus a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. The chef’s kitchen comes with radiant floor heating, high-end appliances, and an oversized center island. The two-car carriage house provides extra storage space.
The wraparound porch with mahogany flooring and the private back deck are ideal spaces to soak in views of the 1.95-acre lot.
Why it’s here: This ultra-affordable antique needs some TLC, but it does come with many period details.
The cute three-bedroom home offers 1,141 square feet of living space. A glass-enclosed sunroom opens to the spacious living room with the original wood flooring and a brick fireplace. The dining room has a built-in cabinet, and the primary bedroom comes with two closets plus sliders that open to the back deck.
Why it’s here: This historic gem has been thoughtfully modernized.
Built in 1910, it boasts historic details, including seven fireplaces, stained-glass windows, and exquisite moldings. Restored hardwood flooring runs throughout the four-bedroom home, and there’s new plumbing and electrical.
There are two bedrooms on each floor, and the kitchen and two bathrooms were recently updated.
Why it’s here: If you’ve ever dreamed of owning your own island, here is your chance.
The 4-acre Waterway Island comes with an updated, 4,534-square-foot home, saltwater pool, kayak launch, and private beach.
The five-bedroom residence includes a chef’s kitchen and a living room surrounded by windows. The primary suite is on the third level and comes with access to a private deck.
Why it’s here: The enormous mansion comes with an affordable price tag—and tenants.
According to the listing, the antique is being sold as is and is “occupied.” Adding to the mystery, there are no interior photographs.
Originally built for local developer Charles Powers in 1910, the five-bedroom estate features “three full stories of grandeur.” The home sits on a corner lot of 1.3 acres.
Why it’s here: Attention, entrepreneurs! This historic building offers an opportunity to operate a restaurant, café, or retail business in the space.
Previously operating as a restaurant, the 1,825 square feet of space has been completely remodeled, though some historic touches remain. The industrial-style interior boasts beamed ceilings, concrete floors, and exposed brick walls. The covered back patio offers a nice spot for dining al fresco.
According to the listing, all of the furnishings are available for purchase.
Why it’s here: Here’s your chance to tell your own story in “The Brady Bunch” home. The exterior of this midcentury home was featured in the popular 1970s family show that became a cult favorite.
While the interiors of the beloved home of Carol and Mike’s blended family were originally shot on a soundstage, the interiors of this home were fashioned after the home we saw on TV.
That’s all thanks to HGTV. After purchasing the home in 2018, the network taped an entire series about the home’s interior makeover. From Alice’s kitchen with its burnt orange Formica countertops to the infamous sliders that open to the backyard where Peter hit Marcia in the nose with a football, the interior is decked out in groovy ’70s style.
“Curated furnishings and accessories are included in the sale,” the listing notes. However, “fireplaces and some appliances/fixtures are decorative only.”