Woodstock, Maryland. This five-bedroom granite home was once a schoolhouse. Built in 1879, the landmarked house features three fireplaces, slate and wood floors, crown molding, a slate roof, and a master bathroom with a claw-foot tub.

The 1.1-acre property includes professional landscaping, mature trees, and a flagstone patio. $799,900. Gary Gestson, Long & Foster, (301) 646-0046.

Greenwich, Connecticut. Built in 1892, this eight-bedroom house sits along the Belle Haven peninsula. The home has an arched stone entryway, a gourmet kitchen, eight fireplaces, a 1,000-bottle wine room, and maple and tiger maple hardwood floors.

The 1.3-acre property includes a brick patio and an expansive lawn, and is only a block from Greenwich Harbor. $5,995,000. Debbi- Lyn Trager, Halstead Property, (203) 722-5805.

Montclair, New Jersey. Known as Stone Eagles, this 10-bedroom house listed on the National Register of Historic Places was built in 1929. The 15,000-square-foot home has six fireplaces, 15th-century linenfold paneling and wood carvings, coffered ceilings, and views of New York City.

The Olmsted Brothers designed the 2.6-acre property, which features multiple patios and an ornate stone-and-iron entryway. $4,199,900. Christine and Jessica Lane, Halstead Property, (201) 478-6735.

Ravena, New York. Van Der Zee Manor is a Dutch colonial built in 1754. The four-bedroom home has wide-plank wood floors, the original fireplaces, exposed wood beams, and a wine cellar.

The 14.6-acre lot is bordered by Onesquethaw Creek and features stone walls, a greenhouse, a basketball court, and a pool with a pool house. $649,000. Allison Bradley, Select/ Sotheby's International Realty, (518) 339-7313.

Upper Arlington, Ohio. Made in the mid-1700s of 18-inch-thick, hand-quarried stones, this four-bedroom farmhouse sits atop a bluff. Interior details include solid walnut woodwork, three fireplaces, original glass windows, and a master suite with vaulted, wood-beamed ceilings and a stone staircase to downstairs.

The 1.4-acre property has a three-car detached garage and a back deck overlooking irrigated lawns. $1,295,000. Marilyn Vutech and Jeff Ruff, HER Realtors, (614) 255-0600.

Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania. This three-bedroom home was built in the early 1900s as a freestanding music room. The house includes wooden window seats, a sleeping loft, and a great room with a cathedral ceiling and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

The 0.5-acre property is a 30-minute train ride from Philadelphia. $574,900. Joanne Lombardi and Ryan Cortez, Kurfiss/Sotheby's International Realty, (267) 800-5198.

Harrisburg, Paennsylvania. Built in 1935, this five-bedroom house lies just blocks from the Susquehanna River. Details include a dining room with crown molding and a chair rail, a bedroom with a balcony, and a master bedroom with a fireplace and wood floors. A screened porch has arched windows, stone walls, and a widow's walk. $139,000. Norene Koeppel, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (717) 579-3446.

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