Fall In Love With One Of These Homes For Sale On Trulia

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Fall In Love With One Of These Homes For Sale On Trulia : Forget what the critics say, it is possible to fall in love at first sight — with a house, at least. This is a selection of properties across the United States with the most unique page views for January 1–26, 2017.

Forget what the critics say, it is possible to fall in love at first sight — with a house, at least. And when you think about it, falling in love with a house isn't all that different from falling for that special someone. There's that first moment, when you wonder if it's within reach (where's that preapproval letter when you need it?). Then there's the competition, when you put your best foot — or offer letter — forward. The honeymoon phase comes next (oh, I'll spend every summer evening on that porch swing, forever!). But spending a little more time together (plus hiring an experienced home inspector) can reveal some imperfections. Assuming you don't uncover any deal breakers, however, you'll be ready to commit to your new home at the closing table. Cheers!Whether Valentine's Day makes you cringe or swoon, now's the time to embrace the season of love by ogling some of the most popular homes for sale on Trulia. From Winner, SD, to New York, NY, this is a selection of properties across the United States with the most unique page views for January 1–26, 2017. The best part? They're all still waiting for new owners.A winner in your eyes: $137,900, 533 Polk St., Winner, SD 57580This South Dakota stunner is big on small-town charm. That very affordable price is sure to attract instant attention, but this home in petite Winner, SD (population: less than 3,000), is the real deal. With 5,575 square feet of living space, five bedrooms, and a large, fenced-in backyard, it's ready for a new owner. As if that weren't enough, imagine padding along the home's heated floors to the wet bar to pour yourself a tall one after a long day.The head-turner: $26 million, 1620 Carla Ridge, Beverly Hills, CA 90210Fair warning: Envy will come from every passerby of this modern marvel perched above the Sunset Strip, but your privacy will be protected behind the home's 12-foot glass gate. Of course, the six-bedroom home promises all the perks you might expect in the posh 90210 ZIP code: views of Los Angeles, CA, lights, floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows, plus a theater, gym, steam room, and wine room.City love: $1.23 million, 411 E. 53rd St. #15K, New York, NY 10022Few things are more competitive than finding love in the big city. There may be millions of people (and thousands of condos), but finding the one is hard. Your real estate matchmaker might suggest this one-bedroom apartment with wonderful western views of New York, NY, tons of natural light, and large, airy rooms with plenty of built-ins. The apartment is located in a white-glove building, near great restaurants, shops, and the subway. Bonus: If you're in love with the condo as is, the seller is open to selling the furnishings too.A cozy kind of love: $300,000, 27817 S. State Route 7 S, Harrisonville, MO 64701Log cabins will forever be in the same category as hot tea, cozy fleece slippers, and chocolate chip cookies. This four-bedroom log home for sale in the vast Missouri countryside is just as cozy, with a covered wraparound porch and a wood stove. With original wood-paneled walls and beamed ceilings throughout, upgrades include a newer metal roof and an outbuilding.Je t'aime: $3.126 million, 26710 Alsace Drive, Calabasas, CA 91302This magnificent French Country–style estate, a former model home, is bursting with custom upgrades. Amenities include Viking appliances, a saltwater pool and spa, and a temperature-controlled wine cellar. Sip your morning coffee on the sun-soaked master bedroom balcony that overlooks the Santa Monica Mountains. Spend your evenings finishing up some work in the office or kicking back by the fireplace in the bonus room. Best of all, the home is offered furnished, so moving in will be a breeze.The "meet cute": $1.299 million, 4196 Colfax Ave., Studio City, CA 91604With Hollywood credentials (the home was used to film exteriors for the hit TV show Boy Meets World), this 1940s bungalow in a charming, walkable neighborhood is ready for a reboot. The Cape Cod–style home has inviting features like an oversized, brick-floored sunroom, a cozy den, and a California basement with a wine cellar. Plus, visiting loved ones will have their own place to relax — a two-story guesthouse with its own entrance, kitchenette, bath, and upstairs loft-style bedroom.Methodology: Trulia highlighted select listings from a list of homes currently for sale on the market with the most unique page views for January 1–26, 2017. Properties that have since been sold, were missing images, or were previously featured on the blog were excluded.Have you fallen head over heels for one of these popular homes for sale on Trulia? Share your favorites in the comments!

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