1. Cincinnati Located in one of the city’s historic neighborhoods, this 84-year-old, French Eclectic–style, four-bedroom house is set on a 0.4-acre lot. It features exposed wood beam ceilings, French doors, a billiards room, and a newly remodeled kitchen. The home is near the Cincinnati Country Club and the Ohio River. $1,195,000. Perrin March, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (513) 321-9944

2. Naperville, Ill. Built in 2004, this four-bedroom stone house was influenced by Tuscan villa architecture. Interior details include exposed wood beams, arched doorways, a gourmet kitchen with a pizza oven, and a master suite with a balcony. The home also features an elevator, a wine cellar, and a loggia with a dipping pool and a spa. $3,275,000. Gail Niermeyer, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (630) 369-9000

3. Scottsdale, Ariz. Inspired by a 14th-century Italian villa, this three-bedroom home was built in 2003. Interior features include 100-year-old pine flooring, hand-carved doors, custom-made tiles, and a spiral staircase leading to an underground wine cellar. The façade has a Gothic arched entry, hand-carved gargoyles, and custom ironwork that surrounds the house. $3,895,000. Lisa and Matt Lucky, Russ Lyon/Sotheby’s International Realty/Top Agent Network, (602) 320-8415

4. Santa Barbara, Calif. Built in 1926, La Otrada is a Spanish-style colonial in the Hope Ranch neighborhood. Set on 2.7 acres, the four-bedroom stucco home features an enclosed courtyard, hand-carved wooden ceilings, and Spanish-tile floors. Included are a one-bedroom guest apartment, a tiered flagstone terrace, a rose garden, and fruit trees. $5,595,000. Colleen Parent-Beall, Village Properties/Christie’s International Real Estate, (805) 895-5881

5. West Palm Beach, Fla. The four-bedroom, Spanish-style Castle of Old Northwood was built in 1926. The home features a stone staircase, a great room with cypress ceilings and a fountain, and a master suite with a full sitting room. Outside details include a rear patio covered in cypress, a front porch with French doors, and mature plantings. $985,000. Holly Luhtala, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (561) 254-4140

6. East Hampton, N.Y. This six-bedroom Asian-style home is located five blocks from the ocean. The house is centered around a lotus pond, and the main residence is connected by a sky bridge to a music room, a massage room, and a media room. Exterior features include a mahogany deck, a black-granite infinity pool, and a bamboo grove. $9,500,000. Jack Pearson and Cee Scott Brown, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (631) 899-0307

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7. Macon, Miss. The five-bedroom Goodwin Harrison House is an example of Greek architecture’s influence on early structures in the U.S. Built in 1852, the house features ornate fireplace mantels, hardwood floors, and a parlor and a dining room separated by sliding wood doors. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. $299,000. Ernesto Caldeira, Dorian Bennett/Sotheby’s International Realty, (504) 450-8991