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This week: Homes for the nautical set

1. South Lake Tahoe, Calif. This four-bedroom lakefront retreat features more than 120 feet of water frontage, an expansive white-sand beach, and a shared private dock. Interior highlights include a bar built out of a 1949 mahogany Chris-Craft boat, several large porthole-style windows, a diamond-studded trash chute, and an indoor pool with a floor-to-ceiling waterfall. $4,995,000. Sue Lowe, Chase International Distinctive Properties, (775) 588-1444

2. Pocasset, Mass. This four-bedroom Cape Cod residence features three south-facing decks that offer views of Bassett’s Island, Pocasset Harbor, and an adjacent wildlife sanctuary. The home has hand-hewn hickory floors, a panelled study, a large gourmet kitchen, an elevator, two master suites, and seven gas fireplaces. $3,995,000. John Weyand, Sotheby’s International Reality, (508) 245-1908

3. Apollo Beach, Fla. Set on the south shore of Tampa Bay, this four-bedroom villa offers panoramic views of Tampa and St. Petersburg. The house has broad balconies and a European-inspired loggia that looks out onto a deepwater dock and an infinity pool. $1,450,000. Jennifer Zales, Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, (813) 758-3443

Steal of the week4. Port Clinton, Ohio This three-bedroom home, decorated throughout in a nautical theme, is located on a canal off Lake Erie. The spacious deck and its hot tub overlook 52 feet of private bulkhead where a boat can be docked. The house sits on a corner lot with breezes from all directions. It is being offered with furniture included. $384,000. Sharon D. Woodson, Howard Hanna Real Estate, (419) 732-3020

5. Huron, Ohio This Hamptons-style Lake Erie beach house has expansive water views from all rooms and from its small, private lighthouse. A hidden pathway through the property’s terraced gardens leads to a private sand beach. The home’s rustic-nautical interior includes fieldstone fireplaces, shiplap panelling, a billiard room, and a year-round solarium with hot tub. $2,750,000. Linda Armstrong, RE/MAX Quality Realty, (419) 627-1996

6. Sister Bay, Wis. This 10,000-square-foot Marshall’s Point house sits on 21 wooded acres overlooking more than 700 feet of shore frontage on Lake Michigan. Highlights of the interior include a living area with vaulted ceilings and a three-season room with windows on three sides. $12,900,000. Patricia Cramer, Premier Properties, (920) 854-9799

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