1. East Hampton, N.Y. This four-bedroom glass-box house features two entertaining areas, a dining room with a wall-mounted fireplace, and limestone floors. The home, constructed in 2006, is located five minutes from the beach and Three Mile -Harbor’s marinas and restaurants. Additional amenities include a sauna, a hot tub, a steam shower, and a gunite pool. $3,495,000. Elaine Stimmel and Jonathan Milioti, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (631) 907-1462 STATUS: No change

2. Cincinnati Built in 1906, this six-bedroom house is located on 2.4 acres in the Hyde Park neighborhood. Features include a barrel-ceiling entryway, multiple ornate fireplaces, hardwood floors, and crown molding. A large veranda provides views of the city’s downtown. $2,950,000. Michael Hinckley, Coldwell Banker West Shell, (513) 321-9944 STATUS: No change

3. Santa Fe, N.M. Designed in 1928 by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Pottery House was not built until 1984. The home, the only adobe structure designed by Wright, features four bedrooms, curved plaster walls, -seven fireplaces, and arched patio doors, and is set on nine acres. Exterior amenities include a pool, a guesthouse, and gardens. $4,750,000. David Fries, Sotheby’s International Real Estate, (505) 310-3919 STATUS: Price reduced to $3,800,000

4. Harpswell, Maine Set on nine acres, this four-bedroom house is on the market for the first time since its construction in 1948. Features inside include stone and wood detailing, large windows, and multiple fireplaces. This modern home, located on its own peninsula, has a porch that is cantilevered over the water. $3,200,000. Joane Tait, Legacy Properties/Sotheby’s International Realty, (207) 729-2820 STATUS: No change

5. Greenwood, Va. Seven Oaks Farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is situated on a 100-acre conservation easement. The 1847 Greek Revival manor has four bedrooms, crown molding, and multiple fireplaces. The grounds include four tenant cottages, barns, a vineyard, and a pool house. $7,450,000. Murdoch Matheson, Frank Hardy Inc., (434) 981-7439 STATUS: No change

6. Great Barrington, Mass. This nine-bedroom contemporary home, built in 2007, is located on 119 acres with views of the lower Berkshires. Details include a media room, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and an outdoor lap pool. Among the nearby cultural institutions are the Norman Rockwell Museum and the Berkshire Theatre Group. $5,250,000. John Borden and Mimi Harson, Litchfield Hills/Sotheby’s International Realty, (860) 435-5921 STATUS: Price increased to $5,750,000

7. Dallas Built for oilman Clint Murchison, this seven-bedroom estate is on the former grounds of the Dallas Polo Club. Interior details include marble floors, a great room with cathedral ceilings, seven fireplaces, and a game room. The 2.8-acre property has reflecting pools, a five-car garage, and landscaped pathways. $6,900,000. Allie Beth Allman, Allie Beth Allman/Christie’s International Real Estate, (214) 521-7355 STATUS: No change

8. Springville, Calif. This two-bedroom home was built to emulate a Japanese temple. The stucco and redwood-framed house, sitting on 3.5 acres, features an open floor plan, cherry and mahogany cabinetry, and parchment-panel office doors. A separate 400-square-foot home is currently an office but can be converted into living space. $320,000. Hollis Harreld, Melson Realty, (559) 310-4587 STATUS: Off market