1. Cutchogue, N.Y. This beachfront home overlooks Cutchogue Harbor on the North Shore of Long Island. The four-bedroom, bay-front house has hardwood floors, a balcony off the master bedroom, and an eat-in kitchen. The 0.5-acre property includes stone patios, a guesthouse, and stairs to the beach. $3,200,000. Kate DiGregorio, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (631) 899-0616

2. Boulder Built in 1965 by architect Charles Haertling, this five-bedroom house is located near Chautauqua Park and hiking trails. The home features wood floors, new windows, and a master suite with a spa bathroom. Additional details include a 2.6-kilowatt solar electric system, a large deck, and a stone patio. $1,299,000. Jon Hatch, RE/MAX of Boulder, (855) 252-1244

3. Portland, Ore. This five-bedroom house, located on 1.2 acres in the Dunthorpe neighborhood, was built in 1926. Interior features include French doors, a gourmet kitchen, four fireplaces, and hardwood floors. The property has formal gardens and views of Mount Hood. $2,900,000. Kathy Hall, Hasson Company Realtors, (503) 212-5005

4. Sarasota, Fla. Located on North Siesta Key, this 1929 five-bedroom house is surrounded by shade trees and gardens. Interior details include four fireplaces, a two-story entry, hardwood floors, and a sun porch. The home abuts Hansen Bayou with 105 feet of water frontage, a boat dock, and a guesthouse. $2,395,000. Kim Ogilvie, Michael Saunders & Co., (941) 951-6660

5. Plymouth, Mass. This six-bedroom home is located on Little Long Pond with 1,000 feet of water frontage. The house has a hexagonal glass family room, a bar area with a large fireplace, and a master bedroom with a sitting area. The 2.5-acre property includes a three-car carriage house, guest quarters, and a barn with a stall. $1,199,000. Lynne Morey, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (508) 746-0051

6. Healdsburg, Calif. Located in Sonoma County on 1.9 acres, this three-bedroom cedar barn features a chef’s kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a media room. The property includes a bocce court, a pool with patio, and views of Dry Creek Valley. $2,795,000. Radhi Ahern and Scott Kalmbach, Pacific Union International/Top Agent Network, (415) 531-2981

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7. Vinalhaven, Maine This one-bedroom cottage was built in 1940 on the southern end of Vinalhaven Island. The 590-square-foot home is set on a 1.8-acre property on the edge of Carvers Pond. Features include exposed beams, painted floors, and sliding glass doors leading to a deck and a long wooden walkway. $109,000. Kris Davidson, Davidson Realty, (207) 863-2200