The most viewed listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in June included a massive “gentleman’s farm” in Connecticut, a resort on an Australian island and homes in New Jersey, New York and Ontario, Canada.
5. A ‘Gentleman’s Farm’
$19,000,000 | 187 Umpawaug Road, Redding, Conn.
This sprawling retreat has seven bedrooms, with six full and three half baths. The 50-acre working farm’s myriad amenities include a recording studio, three guesthouses, a tennis court, and a pig and chicken coop.
4. Renovated Hell’s Kitchen Prewar
$1,495,000 | 350 West 57th Street, No. 7B, Hell’s Kitchen
Dropping from second place last month, this renovated, 1,200-square-foot, one-bedroom condo near Columbus Circle has crown molding throughout. Taxes and maintenance come to $3,261 a month, with gas and electric included.
Broker: Douglas Elliman
3. Elegant Seven-Bedroom
$1,951,880 | 429 Toynevale Road, Pickering, Ontario, Canada
About 20 miles northeast of Toronto, this 7,300-square-foot house has seven bedrooms and nine baths, plus a conservatory and a gym. Photos of tastefully appointed, pristine high-end interiors abound.
$1,042,463 | Wilderness Island, Lot 304, Exmouth Gulf, Australia
Wilderness Island, a 316-acre destination for ecotourists off Australia’s western coast, includes a main lodge, six cabins, a workshop, a desalination plant, moorings for three vessels and an airstrip.
1. Commuter’s Bargain
$92,000 | 4 Horizon Road, No. 412, Fort Lee, N.J.
June’s most viewed listing, up from No. 4 in May, was this enticingly priced one-bedroom, one-bath, 843-square-foot co-op. It has a terrace and a monthly fee of $1,416 covering utilities, property taxes, cable, internet and parking.
Broker: Weichert, Realtors