A midcentury modern home in Rome, GA, that is believed to be a Frank Lloyd Wright creation is the week’s most popular listing on Realtor.com®.

Built in 1955, the three-bedroom abode was constructed from concrete, steel, travertine, and glass. Highlights include a brick fireplace that appears to be floating between windows, a spiral staircase that leads to a loft, and a hallway with spruce paneling.

Other digs that drew your clicks include a mansion in the mountains of North Carolina, a Kansas home on 20 acres with two airplane runways, and an affordable and restored Cape Codder in Connecticut.

For a full look at this week’s 10 most popular homes, keep on scrolling.

Price: $499,900
Why it’s here: 
The historic Thomas McLean House is where filming took place for the 1998 movie “The Horse Whisperer,” starring Robert Redford and Scarlett Johansson.

This six-bedroom, Federal-style home does need some TLC, as the modest price suggests. The property sits on 1.6 acres just across the street from Susan B. Anthony‘s childhood home.

Featured in the architecture book “A Simpler Way of Life,” this vintage home boasts many period details, including four fireplaces, original mantels, and a Dutch-style front door.

The 3,928-square-foot house was built in 1795 and comes with 200 feet of frontage along Battenkill River.

Greenwich, NY

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Price: $1,699,000
Why it’s here:
You might not expect to find such a stylish, modern mansion tucked among the mountains, but here it is—and it’s newly constructed.

This three-bedroom home sits on a hill with amazing views of Whiteside Mountain. There are walls of glass, accordion doors, soaring ceilings, wrought-iron interior railings, a gas fireplace, and an open kitchen.

The primary suite is located on the first floor and has a soaking tub and private deck.

Highlands, NC

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Price: $4,495,000
Why it’s here: 
You might not believe this newly remodeled home was built in 1766. While some historians might cringe at the transformation, there’s no denying it’s a showstopper.

The five-bedroom, 6,400-square-foot Colonial offers historic details and contemporary amenities, including floor-to-ceiling windows and doors, a waterfall island in the kitchen, glass-stair railings, and polished concrete floors with radiant heat.

The 2-acre property includes an outdoor kitchen, heated pool and spa, and outdoor fireplace.

Darien, CT

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Price: $460,000
Why it’s here: 
This reasonably priced, historic home sits on nearly 20 acres. Bonus: It comes with two grass runways for ultralight airplanes.

Built in 1901, the five-bedroom, country-style house has been completely remodeled. A spacious primary suite with barn doors can be found on the first floor, with four additional bedrooms located upstairs.

Also included in the sale are an enormous barn built in 1905, a granary, a guesthouse, and additional storage buildings.

Pratt, KS

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Price: $379,000
Why it’s here: 
This affordable, three-bedroom home was built in 1975, but it has been entirely modernized.

The 3,106-square-foot house features a new, rustic style. The gorgeous kitchen comes with a breakfast bar, stainless-steel appliances, and an exposed wood beam. Three spacious, newly carpeted bedrooms can be found upstairs.

The 5-acre property includes an enormous outbuilding with electricity. A sale is pending.

Medina, OH

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Price: $425,000
Why it’s here: 
This affordable antique has been completely restored.

Built in 1790, the cute Cape sits on more than 5 acres. Period details include a beehive oven, wide-plank flooring, exposed-beam ceilings, and wood-paneled walls.

The 1,248 square feet of living space include a modernized kitchen and an upstairs bathroom with a soaking tub.

The exterior is newly painted, and there’s a new metal roof. The property comes with a party barn. A sale is pending.

Southbury, CT

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Price: $250,000
Why it’s here:
The low list price is the starting bid for the enormous, five-bedroom home, which goes up for auction on Jan. 31. Most of the furnishings will be included in the sale.

Built in 2003, the 5,356-square-foot house has been updated. A custom kitchen designed for entertaining boasts granite countertops, an enormous breakfast bar, and radiant-heat floors. The dining area flows seamlessly to the great room, which features a cathedral ceiling, walls of windows, a wood stove, and a loft area.

The property encompasses 80 acres, which include a pole barn.

Walkerville, MI

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Price: $1,295,000
Why it’s here: 
This newly renovated, four-bedroom beauty is perched on a bluff overlooking Grand Manan Island.

Sitting on 16 waterfront acres, the 4,050-square-foot retreat boasts walls of windows, a wraparound deck, and a chef’s kitchen with quartz countertops, cherry cabinets, and stainless appliances. The first-floor primary suite comes with a marble shower and soaking tub.

The home was built in 1994 and comes with a two-car garage and lower-level guest suite.

Lubec, ME

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Price: $8,995,000
Why it’s here: 
Palace, sweet palace! This 4,666-square-foot mansion was built in 1934.

Known as Casa Altamira, it is said to be the grandest home in Key West. The five-bedroom mansion features a neutral exterior. The elegant interiors boast ornate ceilings, a chef’s kitchen, and lots of windows.

There’s also a covered outdoor dining area, an in-ground pool, and a guest apartment.

Key West, FL

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Price: $995,000
Why it’s here: 
Calling all midcentury modern lovers: This stylish home was designed by award-winning architect Joseph Amisano.

Named Skyhaven, the three-bedroom domicile was built in 1955 and is believed to have been created by Frank Lloyd Wright. His signature style can be seen throughout the 4,551 square feet of living space.

Spectacular details include a fireplace that appears to float between plate glass windows. Other highlights include a spiral staircase to a loft, a primary suite with sliders that open to a wraparound porch, and a modern kitchen with high-end appliances and a quartz island.

The 1.8-acre property includes an attached three-car garage.

Rome, GA

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