Skaneateles, New York. The Fuller House is a Greek revival mansion built in 1833. The five-bedroom home was renovated in 1997 and has five fireplaces, a chef's kitchen, French doors, and a curved staircase.
The 1.6-acre property includes a one-bedroom guesthouse, the original barn, and planted gardens. $1,950,000. Mike DeRosa, Franklin Ruttan, (315) 846-2262.
Walterboro, South Carolina. Built circa 1910, the Beach-Fogartie House has been extensively renovated by the current owners. The four-bedroom home includes a sunroom, marble and wood floors, multiple fireplaces, built-in cabinetry, and a dining room with hand-painted wallpaper.
The 0.66-acre corner lot lies in the downtown area. $560,000. Miles Crosby, Carolina One Real Estate, (843) 577-0001.
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. This seven-bedroom estate was originally constructed in 1776. Interior details include updated systems, antique fixtures, marble floors, ornate ceilings, hardwood millwork, and a new gourmet kitchen.
The 14.4-acre property has a tennis court, horse pastures, a large fountain, and a pool with a pool house. $6,999,999. Lisa Weber Yakulis, Kurfiss/Sotheby's International Realty, (610) 517-8445.
Chicago, Illinois. Built in 1876, this Queen Anne Victorian sits on a corner lot in the Ravenswood neighborhood.
The five-bedroom house features a large turret, a wraparound porch, an art nouveau stained-glass window, an exercise area, a sitting room, and a top-floor master suite. $3,449,000. Sara McCarthy, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage/Top Agent Net- work, (312) 961-4872.
Essex, Connecticut. A local merchant built the four-bedroom Dickinson Mansion in 1841. The 12-columned house features a living room with two fireplaces, a library with a coffered cherrywood ceiling, and a kitchen with the original stove and icebox.
Other details include a theater, a billiard room, and a third-floor, 1,500-square-foot custom-built closet. $2,790,000. Joel Lucas and Peter Bonanno, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (860) 304–9150.
Houston, Texas. This four-bedroom, colonial-style brick home was built in 1986. Features include a double-height foyer, a wood-paneled study, French doors, and a gourmet kitchen with a butler's pantry.
The 0.57-acre property has a brick patio, a pool, and a spa. $2,450,000. Janice Murphy, Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty, (281) 236-6853.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Built in 1840, this four-bedroom home with Doric columns overlooks the Ohio River. The historic McWilliams House was constructed around a one-room stone structure built in 1810 that currently serves as the kitchen.
The fenced yard has terraced garden beds and a hot tub with a view of rolling Kentucky hills. $399,999. Diana Tisue, Keller Williams Advisors Realty, (513) 470-1052.
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