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Best properties on the market

This week: Unusual one-bedroom homes

1. Bellevue, Idaho Set on 20 acres, this 2,760-square-foot home has been featured in The New York Times and other major publications. The house, designed by architect Tom Kundig, features an open floor plan and glass walls that provide panoramic views across the desert to the Pioneer Mountains. $3,500,000. Katherine Rixon, Sun Valley Brokers, (208) 622-7722

2. Telluride, Colo. Located near the top of the Telluride Ski Resort, this log-and-stone cabin was originally the developer’s home. The house has a stone fireplace, a breakfast bar, and a loft, and sits on three contiguous lots that all have development rights for larger homes. The property includes a creek and a pond, and offers views of the San Sophia Mountains. $9,500,000. Bill Blueher, Peaks Real Estate/Sotheby’s International Realty, (970) 729-1729

3. Shelter Island, N.Y. Built in the early 1940s, this shingled cottage sits on property that features fruit trees, water views, a rustic stone grill, and a dining pavilion. Interior details include custom-designed light fixtures, double-hung Dutch shutters, clerestory windows, and ceramic tile floors. $850,000. Peter McCracken, Corcoran Group, (631) 774-0107

4. Mill Valley, Calif. Tucked away on a hidden lot off a private road, this cottage has recently undergone a complete redesign. New additions include hardwood maple floors from a 1920s San Francisco post office, cement countertops, and a reclaimed cast iron tub. $850,000. Joshua Burns, Pacific Union/Top Agent Network, (415) 307-2463

5. Livingston, Mont. This 1,100-square-foot cabin is located on 25 fenced-in acres abutting state land. The home is fully furnished and features two native-rock fireplaces and a wraparound porch with panoramic views. The home is off the grid, utilizing both solar panels and wind generators. $360,000. Mary Ackermann, ecoREsource Properties, (406) 587-2950

6. Baileys Harbor, Wis. The contemporary modular residence above is part of a three-building complex designed by architect Steven Wadzinski. The 7.5-acre property is located on Door Peninsula, near Kangaroo Lake, and the refurbished barn in the background was last used as an event space. $499,000. Kevin Nordahl, True North Real Estate, (920) 493-4004

Steal of the week7. Tres Piedras, N.M. Built in 2007 on a 160-acre site, this “earthship”-style home features flagstone floors, tongue-and-groove ceilings, passive climate control, off-the-grid electric power, and an integrated greenhouse with a built-in gray-water planter. The property comes with an elk-hunting permit. $350,000. John Kejr, Dreamcatcher Real Estate Inc., (888) 826-7468

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