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This week: Homes with mansard roofs

1. Atlanta The rear wings of this four-bedroom home wrap around a formal courtyard. The house, built in 2000, has six fireplaces, a grand stairway, and detailed plaster throughout. $5,995,000. Doni Rhineheart, Harry Norman Realtors/Christie’s International Real Estate, (404) 233-4142

2. Southampton, N.Y. This four-bedroom home is tucked away on a private one-acre lot not far from the Atlantic Ocean. Its west-facing flagstone terrace overlooks well-manicured grounds and a heated gunite pool.  $4,850,000. Michael Conroy, Sothe­by’s International Realty, (631) 988-7475

3. St. Louis Located near Lafayette Square, this three-bedroom Second Empire–style home has a slate mansard roof. Interior details include Brazilian-cherry floors, antique lighting, and ornate antique hardware. $395,000. Paul Mittelstadt, Coldwell Banker Gundaker-Ladue, (314) 361-8888

4. St. Helena, Calif. This five-bedroom French-style Napa Valley estate has a cabernet vineyard and a two-bedroom guesthouse. Interior features include beveled-glass French doors, stone fireplaces, and limestone floors. $8,500,000. Cyd Greer, Move Smartly/Top Agent Network, (707) 967-4641

5. Providence Located on Federal Hill, the Barnaby Castle Carriage House was built in 1875. Now a two-bedroom home, it features a 10-foot rosette window, a mahogany tack room, and hand-honed beams. $799,000. Paul A. Leys, Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty, (401) 848-6706

6. Sanford, Maine Built in 1871, this 11-bedroom, five-bath home is listed with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Its 2.4-acre property features a four-car garage and a caretaker’s house. The house has an Italianate portico and once had a croquet court in its basement. $660,000. Stephen Cabana, Town Square Realty Group, (207) 324-2860

Steal of the week7. Saint Paul, Kan. This historic five-bedroom home, currently operating as a bed-and-breakfast, was built in 1872 and moved to its current location in 1912. Features include hardwood floors, original interior trim, and a rear deck. $160,000. Steve Wilbur, United Country Real Estate, Wichita, (312) 655-6455

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