NFL fans who want to peek inside the mansions of big ballers were served a real treat this week.
Star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. listed his jaw-dropping home in Ohio for $3.3 million, and folks clamored for a look. The fully customized mansion just outside of Cleveland is the week’s most popular home on Realtor.com®.
And the MVP of Beckham’s bodacious spread is a spectacular room with multicolored lighting and floor-to-ceiling shelves for hundreds of sneakers. The four-bedroom home also features a bar, billiard room. and media lounge with a barber chair.
You also clicked on an adorable storybook house in Tennessee, a private island in Maine, and a former Green Bay Packers linebacker’s home in Wisconsin.
For a full look at the week’s 10 most popular homes, simply scroll on down.
Why it’s here: This charming storybook home is as much a fairy tale on the inside as it is on the outside.
Built in 1930, the three-bedroom, stone-front home sits on 1.3 acres. The house’s charm and history are evident in the restored hardwoods, arched doorways, and built-ins. A stone-covered patio offers privacy and shade.
Why it’s here: Built in 1895, this classic six-bedroom home has been completely modernized.
Originally known as the George Thomas House, it’s now called the Dudley Brown Home. Whatever the name, the remodeled house features a new kitchen, six fireplaces, and an enormous primary suite. Bonus: The heart pine flooring has been well-preserved to maintain its historic integrity.
Price: Listed for $99,500, now off-market
Why it’s here: Listed at a bargain price, this enormous six-bedroom home was seriously in need of updates, but it’s still a beauty.
Originally built as a duplex in 1900, the 4,318-square-foot house features four original fireplaces and beamed ceilings. The stone and brick exterior was tuckpointed last year.
Why it’s here: This enormous 220-acre property in Northern California overlooks Folsom Lake. It’s anchored by a sprawling 20,217-square-foot, 11-bedroom home, which is perched high atop the American River Canyon. Built in 2000, the compound also comes with a guesthouse, caretaker’s home, several outbuildings, a 20-car garage, and spacious workshop.
Why it’s here: This one-bedroom home on a private island was shared across the web this week. However, we were already familiar with the charms of Duck Ledges Island, having covered this tiny isle back in September.
About three hours north of Portland, it’s just a short boat ride from Jonesport public marina or Addison. The rustic 540-square-foot house features a kitchenette, living area, and loft bedroom. There is no heat or running water, but the island is equipped with a generator and nearby outhouse.
Why it’s here: This 11,500-square-foot home sits on 3 private acres in Clarksville Manor.
Custom-built in 2003, the brick home features a covered stone front porch and an open floor plan. Luxe details include ornate millwork, arched doorways, a chef’s kitchen with a double wall oven, and an adjacent breakfast room. There is also a great room, sunroom, and five en suite bedrooms.
Why it’s here: Former Green Bay Packers linebacker Za’Darius Smith wants to trade in his five-bedroom home in Wisconsin after signing with the Minnesota Vikings.
The kitchen features high-end appliances and a coffered ceiling. The two-story living room has a wall of glass that overlooks the half-acre lot. And the luxurious primary suite comes with a bath with double sinks and a soaker tub.
Why it’s here: This former corn crib built in 1930 is now a one-bedroom home. The 900-square-foot charmer sits on 10 acres. The kitchen is located outside, and the screened-in porch offers additional living space.
Why it’s here: This four-bedroom stone castle offers more than the facade of a fortress. Built in 1960, this unique home offers 3,525 square feet of regal living space. There are two interior fountains, three natural masonry fireplaces, and radiant brick floors.
Why it’s here: After a brief and controversial stint with the Cleveland Browns, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. no longer needs a place in Ohio.
There’s no disputing the opulence of this big baller mansion in the suburbs just south of Cleveland. Built in 2011, the sprawling space features a home theater with a golf simulator, a chef’s kitchen, and a lower level with a bar and entertainment area.
The backyard is glorious with a swimming pool with waterfalls. The real highlight of the home is the enormous shoe closet that really isn’t a closet at all. Prepare to be amazed by Beckham’s showroom that sets a new bar for sneakerheads nationwide.