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This week: Homes with medieval flair

1. Pasadena, Calif. This English Revival–style residence, built in 1929, features an oak-panelled formal dining room and a grand living room with a vaulted cathedral ceiling and choir loft. The home features leaded windows, elaborate stonework, and carved oak detailing throughout. $1,600,000. Catherine Cheney, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (626) 844-2293

2. Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. This English Revival–style seven-bedroom home is the centerpiece of a landmark estate on Lake St. Clair. Gothic touches include a slate roof, stained-glass windows, and sections of façade constructed of limestone. The interior has quarter-sawn oak flooring and extensive hand-carved woodwork. $2,800,000. Kevin Conway, Hall & Hunter Realtors/Christie’s International Real Estate, (248) 330-3324

3. Glen Ellen, Calif. This three-bedroom house is heavily influenced by the French Regency style. Its interior features include reclaimed French woods, a 17th-century hand-cut fireplace, an imported British dining conservatory, and a 2,300-bottle wine cellar with tasting rooms. $4,995,000. Tina Shone, Sonoma Valley Real Estate/Sotheby’s International Realty, (707) 933-1515

4. Asheville, N.C. This four-bedroom, iPad-controlled smart-house offers mountain views from a terraced rear yard that includes a 125-foot man-made waterfall. The home has multiple stacked-stone fireplaces, floors sourced from the barn of a Kentucky Derby winner, Gothic windows, and soaring cathedral ceilings. $4,950,000. Ann Skoglund, Beverly-Hanks & Associates, (828) 684-8999

5. Paradise Valley, Ariz. The custom-built interior of this gated estate includes hand-detailed Venetian plaster, limestone floors with marble inlays, and 300-year-old carved teak columns imported from the Himalayas. In the kitchen, contemporary appliances blend seamlessly with Gothic woodwork. An elaborate and shady loggia looks out over the rear yard’s pool and spa. $2,500,000. Walt Danley, The Walt Danley Group, (480) 991-2050

Steal of the week
6. Wernersville, Pa.
This 1890 stone chapel has been converted into a four-bedroom home but still retains many Gothic features, including diamond-grille and stained-glass windows, cathedral ceilings, and a kerosene-burning chandelier. $349,900. Eric J. Miller, RE/MAX of Reading, (610) 685-3103

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