Once upon a time, Joan Rivers had a quixotic dream. The trailblazing comedian wanted to build a Beverly Hills-inspired celebrity encl
Once upon a time, Joan Rivers had a quixotic dream. The trailblazing comedian wanted to build a Beverly Hills-inspired celebrity enclave in Bucks County, PA—and make a fortune in the process.
A remnant of Rivers’ vision wound up as this week’s most popular home on realtor.com®. A report in March in the Philadelphia Inquirer about the one-of-a-kind home and the odd confluence of Pennsylvania and Hollywood yielded a wave of clicks.
Folks were eager to check out the residence built for Rivers and her husband, Edgar Rosenberg. Rosenberg died in 1987 at age 61, and Rivers died in 2014 at age 81. Though Rivers never moved in and her planned community never materialized, the curious saga spurred interest in the home, which is now on the market for the first time since 1989.
The other most popular homes this week included an immaculate mansion in Tennessee being sold by former University of Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones, the “Ivy House” from Season 5 of “Fixer Upper,” and a double A-frame, also in Tennessee, known as Twin Peaks.
This week’s list of the 10 most popular homes from around the country has a little something for everyone. Take a look!
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