Georgetown, Texas. This century-old Arts & Crafts house sits in the town's historic district. The four-bedroom home was remodeled in 2014, creating an open floor plan while incorporating period elements, including original floors, etched-glass windows, and solid wood doors.
The corner lot has a two-car garage with an office space and is surrounded by a wrought-iron fence. $995,000. Cord Shiflet, Moreland Properties, (512) 751-2673.
Southwest Harbor, Maine. Looking out on the Cranberry Isles, the Birches lies along the water's edge. The four-bedroom shingle house, which currently serves as a bed and breakfast, includes wainscoting, antique doors, and a living room with a granite fireplace.
The 2.1-acre property has a yacht mooring and is a short walk to Arcadia National Park trails. $1,495,000. Story Litchfield, Landvest/Christie's International Real Estate, (207) 276-3840.
New York City, New York. This one-bedroom co-op apartment is on Manhattan's classic Upper East Side. The fully renovated home has Brazilian ebony hardwood floors, built-in bookshelves, and a kitchen with custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops.
The building is near area subways and Central Park. $560,000. Nick Gavin, Compass, (646) 610-3055.
San Francisco, California. This four-bedroom home lies in the Sea Cliff neighborhood. The interior features high ceilings, hardwood detailing, bay windows, and a master suite with custom closets.
The property has a wraparound sundeck and a dog run, and is within walking distance of Baker and China beaches. $2,595,000. Sherri Howe and Gabrielle Bunker, Zephyr Real Estate/Top Agent Network, (415) 640-4464.
Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Modroo Farm has been owned by the same family for the past 100 years. The brick farmhouse includes American chestnut floors, a large pantry, central air, and a gourmet kitchen with marble countertops and a wine cooler.
The 71.4-acre property features a large renovated bank barn, fenced pastures, and an outdoor riding ring. $4,800,000. Mary Modroo, Howard Hanna, (440) 666-6797.
St. Louis, Missouri. This brick colonial revival is set on a tree-lined cul-de-sac in the city's Central West End. The four-bedroom home includes a foyer with marble flooring, French doors, oak and slate floors, and a master suite with a fireplace.
The property is close to Forest Park, a 1,371-acre park with a zoo, a museum, and lakes. $497,500. Paul Mittelstadt, Coldwell Banker Gundaker, (314) 616-1111.
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