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By TEKE WIGGIN
As of last week, the median price for a home in the U.S. was hovering just around $200,000. Depending on where you live, that’ll buy you a five-bedroom, four-bathroom home with a sweeping central staircase (Las Vegas — pictured above), a lakefront house with a pool (Orlando), or a handcrafted cabin in the mountains (Colorado Springs).
At least those are the homes people would buy if they had their druthers. How do we know? They’re three of the Top 10 most-viewed real estate listings in the country at the national median price, according to Realtor.com. Click through the gallery below to see the homes that get the most traffic online.
Five-bedroom in Las Vegas
Location: Las Vegas.
Sq. Ft.: 4,233
See its interior.
Wood manse in Colorado Springs
Location: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Sq. Ft.: 2,395
Boasting multiple decks that reach out from both stories, this home, built of wood and stone, offers details like custom woodwork, porthole windows, stylish blends of color and exposed beams.
View photos of the home.
Three master suites in Orlando
Location: Orlando, Fla.
Sq. Ft.: 2,823
This contemporary sits in the gated community of Avalon Lakes, which is close to nearby beaches. Special features include three master suites, a gourmet kitchen and an "executive pool."
See the listing for more details.
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