The Most Popular Properties of October

The most viewed listings on The New York Times’s Find a Home site in October included Manhattan apartments, a sprawling estate in Kansas, and a weather-resistant, high-tech home on the coast of Nova Scotia.

The Most Popular Properties of October

The fifth-most-popular listing of October was a pretty four-bedroom, three-bath, colonial-style house with a promise that it was well-maintained and desirably located across from a park and near the train station.

Broker: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, White Plains Office

Next up, a three-bedroom, two-bath condo overlooking Madison Square Park in a full-service, amenity-rich building. The grandly scaled, modern-looking apartment covers 2,168 square feet, and could be combined with an adjacent unit.

Broker: Douglas Elliman

Dropping from first place in September to third in October, this sprawling, seven-bedroom, seven-full-and-eight-half-bath home on 15 acres is suitable for large family gatherings or business retreats.

Broker: Crown Realty

Climbing from fourth place in September to second in October, a funky top-floor, one-bedroom, one-bath apartment in the West Village. A punchy paint job and 11-foot ceilings make the listing stand out.

Broker: The Corcoran Group

The most popular listing of October rocketed from its fifth-place spot in September. This jewel box of a house on the Atlantic coast has four bedrooms, three baths, is built to withstand hurricanes and can operate off the grid.

Broker: Engel & Volkers

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