Never say die! The house from the ’80s adventure comedy “The Goonies” has hit the market for $1,650,000. Located in Astoria, OR, the three-bedroom abode is this week’s most popular listing on®.

Built in 1896, the historic home has been modernized over the years to now offer restored hardwood floors, an updated kitchen, and a skylit bedroom on the top floor, which is also the famed attic from the film. (Sorry, treasure map not included.)

Other digs that drew your clicks include an affordable farmhouse in North Carolina, a ginormous New Jersey mansion, and a spectacular private island in Florida.

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

Price: $1,950,000
Why it’s here: 
This gorgeous abode features original woodwork, pocket doors, and built-in bookcases.

Built in 1913, the five-bedroom home was remodeled in 2008. Modernizations throughout the 5,400 square feet of space now offer a chef’s kitchen with a double-oven range and Carrara marble countertops. A primary suite boasts a walk-in closet and dressing area.

There’s also a heated saltwater pool, spa, and fountain in the backyard oasis, along with a pool pavilion with a fireplace.

Fayetteville, AR


Price: $16,900,000
Why it’s here: 
It’s all about the views at this spectacular waterfront beauty; the magnificent vistas span La Jolla to San Clemente.

Nearly every room in this spacious 4,615-square-foot home offers a front-row seat to 160 feet of water frontage. The eye-catching, two-story living room features a gas fireplace, and the loft area leads to three en suite bedrooms, each with a private deck.

There is also a pool and spa.

Del Mar, CA


Price: $1,950,000
Why it’s here: 
This 1,719-square-foot residence known as Crooked Pines and “oozing Carmel cottage charm” offers two unique spaces that could be split for income potential or transformed into a single-family dream home.

The two-bedroom home was built in 1939 and features a front residence with a kitchen, dining room, bedroom, and bathroom. The rear portion of the house has a partial kitchen, dining room, living room, upstairs bedroom, and bathroom. A wall currently separates the two spaces.

The property is being sold as is.

Carmel, CA


Price: $435,000
Why it’s here: 
Built in 1900, this reasonably priced farmhouse offers 1,731 square feet of modernized space. And you can bring your chickens, goats, and horses, too.

Located just a half-hour from Raleigh, the three-bedroom abode boasts a secluded primary suite that overlooks the horse pastures. A bright and airy family room features a cathedral ceiling and a decorative fireplace.

Known as “The Poole Family Farm,” the picturesque, 4.7-acre equestrian property also features a working farm, a five-stall horse barn with loft, detached outbuilding, and flower farm.

Four Oaks, NC


Price: $12,999,000
Why it’s here: 
This eight-bedroom estate sits prominently in the protected “High Dune” area and offers spectacular views.

Built in 1987, the 7,800-square-foot mansion was renovated 10 years later. Designed for entertaining, the spacious interior has two living rooms, three laundry rooms, and two elevators. A chef’s kitchen features twin ranges, dual refrigerator-freezers, and a steam oven.

The half-acre property also comes with a pool, hot tub, and outdoor shower.

Avalon, NJ


Price: $699,900
Why it’s here:
The eight-bedroom Marius Rousseau House offers breathtaking details, including a marble entrance foyer and a kitchen with a ceiling tiled in stained glass.

Built in 1906, the 5,821-square-foot mansion features an oak dining room, 11-foot ceilings, and nine fireplaces.

A sprawling, five-room suite upstairs features dual walk-in closets.

Pittsburgh, PA


Price: $459,000
Why it’s here: 
This three-bedroom cedar log home comes with 10 acres.

Built in 1999, the 2,758-square-foot home features a two-story stone fireplace in the great room. The updated kitchen has hickory cabinets and quartz countertops. An enormous primary suite boasts a separate sitting area, and a spacious loft overlooks the great room below.

Take in the peaceful views from the covered back porch or enjoy morning coffee on the front porch.

Bellville, OH


Price: $170,000
Why it’s here: 
This affordable four-bedroom home was built in 1893 by Indiana’s 30th governor, Warren T. McCray.

The Queen Anne Victorian offers 5,024 square feet of living space. Period details include inlaid hardwood flooring, stained-glass windows, two fireplaces, and wood pocket doors. The music room houses a piano that’s been in the home since it was constructed.

The historic house also features a rear staircase, a cozy turret with seating, a finished third floor, and an attached gazebo accessed by the wraparound porch.

Kentland, IN


Price: $218,000,000
Why it’s here: 
Nothing says you’ve made it big like a jaw-dropping mansion on your own island.

The only private island in Palm Beach, Tarpon Island is currently undergoing a massive renovation. Developer Todd Michael Glaser bought the gated property last year and is looking to transform the 1930s classic into a spectacular stunner spanning 21,406 square feet.

Luxury details planned include a hair salon, massage room, five-car garage, humidor, movie lounge, home gym, wine room, and pool bar.

The megamansion on 2 acres will offer unsurpassed views of the Intracoastal Waterway.

Palm Beach, FL


Price: $1,650,000
Why it’s here:
Own a piece of movie history. This is the home Steven Spielberg made famous in the hit 1985 comedy “The Goonies.”

Built in 1896, the 2,336-square-foot home is where Mikey Walsh (played by Sean Astin) lived. The attic, which is accessed by pull-down stairs, is where Walsh and his friends discover the ancient map pinpointing pirate’s treasure. It now leads to a cozy bedroom with skylights.

You will treasure the beautiful views of the Columbia River, the bridge, and the city from every level of the home.

Astoria, OR

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