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This week: Homes on wharves

1. Gig Harbor, Wash. Built in the early 1900s, this two-bedroom home and the adjacent historic net shed were both renovated in 2010. Details include a wood-paneled elevator, a vaulted beamed ceiling, large kitchen facilities, and a master suite with a spa bath. The property has a 160-foot dock with a deepwater mooring. $1,990,000. Joe Sanchez, Joe Sanchez & Assoc., (253) 820-1148

2. North Haven, Maine Located on the Fox Islands Thoroughfare, the Minot Wharf House dates back to the mid-19th century. The building, containing three separate living quarters with a total of 10 bedrooms, was once used as a sardine cannery and mercantile center. Details include Japanese-style wall panels, a new roof and windows, and balconies facing the wharf. $895,000. Terry Sortwell, LandVest, (207) 236-3543

3. Groton, Conn. This four-bedroom home is located on the edge of Groton Long Point Harbor. Interior details include cathedral ceilings, four fireplaces, and crown molding. Outdoor space includes private deepwater docks and wooden patios that overlook the harbor. $1,999,000. Nancy Budd, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (203) 762-8666

4. Boston This two-bedroom apartment is located in a refurbished warehouse on Commercial Wharf. The wharf, built in the 1830s, was originally a mooring area for clipper ships. The home’s interior details include Italian cabinets, a chef’s kitchen, and a large master bedroom with a private balcony. $1,100,000. Antonia Monarski, Otis and Ahearn/Christie’s International Real Estate, (617) 905-4588

5. Newport, R.I. Built in 1943, this property is a mixture of residential and commercial space. The building comes with five commercial rental units and dock space as well as a three-bedroom owner’s unit with views of the harbor. Owner’s apartment details include skylights, exposed beams, and hardwood floors. $1,795,000. Paul A. Leys, Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty, (401) 849-3000

Steal of the week
6. Baltimore This one-bedroom condominium is located in the historic waterfront community of Fells Point in an old tobacco warehouse with an adjacent wharf. The two-level home features brick walls, arched windows, and a one-car parking space. $265,000. Linda K. Fredeking, Prudential Homesale YWGC Realty, (410) 916-4792

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