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Best properties on the market

This week: Shingle-style houses

1. Minnetonka, Minn. Built in 2005, this five-bedroom home sits on a 1.7-acre lakefront lot. The house features a great room with a balcony and a barrel-vaulted ceiling, a gourmet kitchen, a screened-in attached gazebo, and a wood-paneled elevator. The property includes a one-bedroom guest suite, a stone patio with a saltwater pool, and a four-car garage. $2,700,000. Robert Hare, Coldwell Banker Burnet, (952) 473-3000

2. Mill Valley, Calif. Built in 1915 and remodeled twice in the past five years, this four-bedroom home overlooks San Francisco Bay. The house has radiant heat, hardwood floors, a temperature-controlled pantry, a rear deck, and a master suite with a deck of its own. The quarter-acre property includes a level lawn, mature plantings, and a vegetable garden. $3,395,000. Stephanie Witt, Pacific Union/Christie’s International Real Estate, (415) 377-7553

3. WaterSound, Fla. This gulf-front residence is composed of three buildings connected by screened-in porches and walkways. The three-bedroom main house includes a walnut staircase, an elevator, woven cypress ceilings, and a roof deck with a wet bar. Club access to pools and a fitness center is granted to the purchaser. $7,950,000. Erin Oden, Destin Real Estate Co., (850) 502-1220

4. Kiawah Island, S.C. This five-bedroom, certified LEED home sits on a double oceanfront lot that includes a guesthouse, a summer kitchen, a pool, and a private boardwalk to the ocean. Interior details include a cherrywood club room and a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace in the great room. $10,850,000. H. Middleton Rutledge, Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty, (843) 345-9137

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5. Monhegan Island Plantation, Maine This 1914 two-bedroom cottage is located in one of the country’s oldest artist colonies, frequented in the past by artists Rockwell Kent, Edward Hopper, and George Bellows. The home has westerly views to Manana Island and the ocean, and sits a short walk from the island’s ferry. $150,000. Michelle Gifford, Jaret & Cohn, (207) 596-0352

6. Lake Oswego, Ore. Set on a one-acre lot on the top of Iron Mountain, this five-bedroom home appeared in the 2010 Harrison Ford film Extraordinary Measures. The house has a study paneled in African mahogany, a theater room, a wine cellar, and five fireplaces. Its outdoor entertainment area features a bluestone patio, a large fireplace, and views of Lake Oswego and Mount Hood. $4,395,000. Justin Harnish, Harnish Properties at Realty Trust Group Inc., (503) 699-8483

7. Rehoboth Beach, Del. Located a block from the ocean, this four-bedroom home has two levels of rear porches overlooking the property’s dock on Lewes Rehoboth Canal. Interior details include a master suite with a sitting room, large formal rooms, and a double-height family room. The purchaser will enjoy access to a private beach, tennis courts, and a marina. $3,295,000. Bryce Lingo and Shaun Tull, Jack Lingo Realtor, (302) 226-6417 

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