Star tight end Jason Witten has left Dallas Cowboys behind. Now a member of the Las Vegas Raiders, he’s selling his spectacular Texas-sized mansion. Football fans clamored for a look inside Witten’s residence, making it this week’s most popular home on realtor.com®.
On the market for $4,685,000, the pristine Mediterranean mansion is luxurious, tasteful, and stuffed with high-end features. We’re particularly in love with the media room, which looks like an ideal place to break down game tape.
Besides Witten’s triumphant Texas manse, this week’s runner-up is the iconic Cliff House in Nevada. This custom home sits alone on a hill perched over a golf course and was built to maximize rugged views as far as the eye can see.
You also clicked on two residences with substantial subterranean appeal. There’s a nondescript family ranch home in Arkansas with a secret BDSM basement built by the owners, and a Michigan house with a basement decked out for a hard-core model train lover.
All aboard for this week’s wild ride through the most popular properties of the week. Simply scroll on down…
Why it’s here: This stately 23-room Second Empire-style home was built in 1880 and is known as the Lebold Mansion. Buyers must prepare their eyes for the abundance of clashing wallpaper and carpeting covering most of the five-bedroom home.
It’s been updated over the years, most recently with a new kitchen. But there’s still work to be done—unless you love wallpaper on the ceiling.
Why it’s here: Spreading out across 13 wooded acres in the western part of the state, this property is a bucolic retreat. There are two large ponds, a barn, trails, pastures, a stream, and fruit trees everywhere.
The three-bedroom home was built in 1960, and recently got a new roof. To sweeten the deal, the sale includes a 14-foot flat-bottomed boat, two kayaks, and a stand-up gun safe.
Why it’s here: While it looks like a robber baron’s mansion, this stately Georgian was built in 1993. The two-story home sits on 16 acres on the banks of the Hoover Reservoir and offers over 8,600 square feet of living space.
It has five bedrooms and is surrounded by immaculate gardens and brick walkways. It also includes 265 feet of water frontage, as well as a tennis court.
Why it’s here: Construction on this contemporary modern family home wrapped up in May. And this spec home is huge. As in 8,131 square feet.
It sits on more than a half acre in the gated Hills of Kingwood neighborhood, with a wide-open floor plan tailor-made for entertaining.
Highlights of the property include a wine cellar, full prep kitchen, and media room. The home overlooks a private reserve and has an infinity-edge pool, outdoor fireplaces, and spectacular areas for gathering friends and family.
Why it’s here: Another week, another barndominium. This like-new pole barn home was completed in 2018 and features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,600 square feet of living space.
High ceilings, a wraparound porch, and a huge attached garage are just a few of the highlights of this light-filled conversion. Outside, the partially wooded 5-acre lot provides endless potential and privacy.
Why it’s here: All aboard! Next stop, amazing listing photos! This three-bedroom home comes with quite a surprise for rail fans—a basement transformed into a toy train paradise.
For a buyer in search of an escape from everyday life, the owners will throw the entire miniaturized world in with the sale.
As for its above-ground attributes, the home overlooks a wildlife sanctuary, has two fireplaces, and a cool sunroom. However, it’s the toy train retreat that’s definitely worth a second—or third—look.
Why it’s here: This unassuming suburban family home contains a sexy secret—a BDSM dungeon and bar built in the basement by the owners.
The four-bedroom ranch-style home was built in 1978, and comes with a large owner’s suite, a hot tub on the patio, and lovely outdoor decks. But it’s the naughty basement down below that whipped up a click storm.
Why it’s here: Horse lovers, here you go. This lush 13-acre equine property is known as Ridge Farm and includes a five-stall barn, tack and feed room, automatic waterers, and wash stall.
The three-bedroom main house features open-concept interiors with 20-foot ceilings, a double-sided fireplace, and a covered deck overlooking the jump field. Outside, there’s a saltwater pool and an outdoor kitchen.
Why it’s here: Known as the Cliff House, this one-of-a-kind home was built in 1976 above the Wildcreek Golf Course, with the intention of maximizing the spectacular views. It delivers on the promise.
Freshly updated inside and out, the over 3,800-square-foot home is available with the furnishings included. It comes with 2 acres and includes a 980-square-foot guesthouse, 22-foot waterfall, and wraparound deck.
Why it’s here: After a successful 16-season career with the Dallas Cowboys, NFL All-Pro tight end Jason Witten is headed to Vegas.
He’s leaving behind this nearly 8,900-square-foot mansion located right next to the members-only and guard-gated Vaquero Club.
Built in 2008, the luxe home sits on more than an acre and includes a guesthouse. Purchase of the home also includes a membership to the golf club, with a private course designed by Tom Fazio.