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Best properties on the market

This week: Homes with elevators

1.  New Canaan, Conn. Built in 2003, this slate-roofed six-bedroom stone home has a four-stop elevator, six fireplaces, a two-story mahogany-paneled den, a stone terrace with an outdoor kitchen, and a heated pool. $7,495,000. Kristine Johnson and Wendy Ward, Halstead Property, (203) 656-6535

2.  Nokomis, Fla. This six-bedroom stucco home on the Gulf of Mexico fronts on 200 feet of private white-sand beach. Amenities include an outdoor living room with a summer kitchen, an infinity pool, and an eight-car garage. $9,900,000. Linda Dickinson, Michael Saunders & Company, (941) 388-4447

3.  Martinez, Calif. Located on 44 acres, this four-bedroom home offers panoramic views of Mount Tamalpais and Napa Valley, and is adjacent to 45 acres that are available for purchase separately. The master bedroom and guest wing are accessible by elevator. $2,500,000. Maureen Wilbur, Coldwell Banker/Top Agent Network, (925) 253-6311

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4.  Schenectady, N.Y. Located near Union College, this five-bedroom Victorian, built in 1900, has a stone exterior, stained-glass windows, and cherrywood interior paneling. Additional features include three fireplaces, a coffered dining room ceiling, pocket doors—and an elevator that needs a tune-up. $325,000. Bonnie Sindel, Coldwell Banker Prime Properties, (518) 640-4312

5.  Bridgehampton, N.Y. This five-bedroom home near the Bridgehampton beaches is located on Kellis Pond, adjacent to a buildable one-acre lot that is also for sale. Three floors of the house can be reached by elevator, and the property’s pool and pool house are easily accessible from the finished walkout basement. $3,795,000. Tim Davis, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (631) 283-7300

6.  Incline Village, Nev. Built on a one-acre lot near Diamond Peak Ski Resort, this four-bedroom home features a glass elevator, three fire-places, and a view of Pano Lake. Outdoor amenities include small waterfalls and a heated deck and driveway. $3,500,000. K.J. Miller, Chase International, (775) 848-6220

7.  Colchester, Vt. Located on Lake Champlain, this 13,000-square-foot home features a wood-paneled great room
with exposed beams and a stone fireplace. The house’s three levels are accessible by elevator and include an art studio, a media room, and a library. Price available upon request. Mary W. von Ziegesar, Lion & Davis, (802) 846-7856

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