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This week: Foreclosed homes for sale

1. Las Vegas Thunderbolt Estate is a 13,000-square-foot luxury home that recently was the setting for a popular reality show on the Oxygen network. The seven-bedroom, nine-bath house sits on 2.3 acres just five minutes from the Vegas Strip. Features include mountain views, a double-height living room, a pool, a white-sand lounging area, a gym, a ballet room, a theater, and outdoor meditation areas. $1,895,000. Kristen Routh Silberman, Synergy Sotheby’s International Realty, (702) 467-7100

2. Mount Pleasant, S.C. This five-bedroom house sits on the shores of Alston Creek and includes a small, private dock. Three sides of the house are wrapped by a two-tiered covered deck, and the interior features Brazilian cherry floors, a gourmet kitchen, and a wainscoted dining room. The bottom floor, which includes two covered patios, was built as a mother-in-law suite or a rental apartment. $620,000. Paul LeClaire, Carolina One, (843) 266-5000

3. Washington, Ga. This Federal-style eight-room home is a designated national landmark. Eighteen fluted columns encircle the residence, which was built in 1832 and features heart-of-pine floors and original doors, windows, and mantels in most every room. A two-bedroom guest cottage and a barn also sit on the home’s one-acre property. $498,000. Deborah Rainey, Georgia Realty Sales, (706) 678-5263

4. Newport, R.I. This newly restored 1890 estate commands the highest point in Newport, with views across hills and treetops to the ocean. The seven-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot residence is built of ashlar stone and includes a ballroom, a music room, a turret bedroom, and floors of tiger oak and white Carrara marble. Its 11.7-acre property features a pond with a three-tier waterfall. $7,900,000. Paul A. Leys, Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty, (401) 848-6706

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5. Galveston, Texas
This three-bedroom Greek Revival–style home was built around 1870 and is located just a few blocks from the Gulf of Mexico. It features a contemporary kitchen, refinished wide-plank floors, 7-foot sash windows, and a separate apartment in its former carriage house. $236,500. Margaret Matarazzo, Coldwell Banker United, (409)-539-2322

6. Mill Valley, Calif. This four-bedroom Marin County house is nestled in a verdant canyon on landscaped grounds that include waterfalls, stone walking paths, and towering redwoods. Decks on multiple levels expand the home’s living space, and fireplaces warm both the living room and the master suite. $899,000. Peter and Jane Richmond, Pacific Union International, (415) 531-4091

7. Santa Fe Set on the fourth fairway of the Jack Nicklaus–designed Las Campanas Sunset golf course, this four-bedroom, adobe-style home features traditional vigas and plaster ceilings, four wood-burning fireplaces, a sauna, and a master bath that includes a sunroom with a freestanding tub. $1,595,000. Debra Hagey, Santa Fe Properties, (505) 984-7326

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