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This week: Federal-style homes

1. Kennebunk, Maine Completed in 1804, this five-bedroom, high-style Federal is set on a 1.4-acre lot and is protected through a preservation easement. The home has a renovated master suite, a new chef’s kitchen, and media rooms. The property includes a finished barn with guest quarters. $1,425,000. Bill Gaynor and Maureen Weaver, Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, (207) 967-0934

Steal of the week2. Trenton, N.J. This Federal-style town house in the Mill Hill neighborhood was built in 2006 to match the design of homes in the nearby historic district. Details include cherry cabinets, hardwood floors, and 9-foot ceilings. Located within walking distance of the train station, the Delaware River, and the state Capitol. $179,000. Miriam Frankel, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (609) 921-1411

3. Westport, N.Y. Built on 1.4 acres in 1832, this four-bedroom brick house is located one block from the western shore of Lake Champlain. The home has its original flooring, woodwork, and windowpanes. Exterior features include a slate roof, a detached two-car garage, and lake views. $469,000. Nancy Kohler, owner, (904) 716-8427

4. Yardley, Pa. Lanrick Manor was built in the early 1800s on the banks of the Delaware River. The five-bedroom stone house has a kitchen with a stone fireplace and sunroom, a bedroom with an attached library, and a dining room with a built-in corner cabinet. Exterior details include a 7-foot-high front door with a fanlight window, and a side porch. $799,000. Linda Krick Danese, Sotheby’s International Realty, (215) 794-3227

5. New York Located on the longest unbroken row of Federal- and Greek-revival-style homes in the city, this three-story town house was built in 1829 by John Jacob Astor. The home is broken into two units and features six bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a roof deck. A terrace overlooks a 35-foot fenced backyard. $6,750,000. Howard Spiegelman, The Corcoran Group, (212) 401-1904

6. Dartmouth, Mass. Built in 1770, this five-bedroom home is located on over a half acre, blocks from Apponagansett Bay. Interior details include eight fireplaces, hardwood floors, and a barrel ceiling in the den. The property features a large in-ground pool, a patio area, and mature gardens. $1,225,000. William Milbury, Milbury and Co., (508) 525-5200

7. Concord, N.H. Built in 1792 close to downtown Concord, this eight-bedroom house saw the wedding of Ralph Waldo Emerson and a visit by President James Monroe. The home was renovated in 2009 and features maple and cherry floors, a gourmet kitchen, and a library. Set behind the house is a two-story carriage house with 1,500 square feet of living space. $695,000. Linda Rosenthall, Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty, (603) 526-4050 

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