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Best properties on the market

This week: The best homes of the year

1. Greenville, Del. This four-bedroom home features 13-foot ceilings and two peninsula-style fireplaces on its main floor. Other features include a 150-bottle wine cooler, a Smart Home system, and 180-degree views from the living room. $3,495,000. Gene Vadas, BFP Sotheby’s International Realty, (302) 654-6500 STATUS: No change

2. North Plains, Ore. This converted country schoolhouse dates to the 1920s. The two-bedroom interior includes vaulted, exposed-beam ceilings and a kitchen with cherry cabinets and soapstone countertops. The five-acre property has two barns and a fenced pasture. Original price: $537,000. Clint Currin, RE/MAX Equity Group, (503) 495-3493 STATUS: Taken off the market

3. Palm Beach, Fla. This three-bedroom home sits on a property that includes an in-ground pool and a two-bedroom guesthouse. The main residence features wide-plank flooring and mahogany window frames and doors. $2,900,000. Paulette & Dana Koch, Corcoran Group Real Estate, (561) 346-8639 STATUS: No change

4. Manteo, N.C. Located on the northernmost tip of Ballast Point, with unobstructed 270-degree views of Roanoke Sound, this home has five bedrooms, a wine cellar, and a sauna. $2,950,000. Lee Graham, Perry & Co./Sotheby’s International Realty, (252) 482-4785 STATUS: No change

5. Bellevue, Idaho Playfair Ranch was the first home in Sun Valley to be LEED-certified as a “green” building. Set against a backdrop of the Sawtooth Mountains, the 43-acre property includes a six-bedroom main house, a guesthouse, a barn, and a corral. Original price: $3,995,000. Cindy Ward, Sun Valley Real Estate, (208) 726-6000 STATUS: Price reduced to $2,995,000

6. Evanston, Ill. This six-bedroom home, built in 1898, has a master suite with a fireplace, a walk-in closet, and views of Lake Michigan. The kitchen features cherry wood and marble detailing. Original price: $2,550,000. Donna Zupancic, At Properties, (847) 448-5360 STATUS: Price reduced to $2,350,000

7. Sedona, Ariz. This seven-bedroom home sits on a 10-acre lot that extends into the Coconino National Forest. Outdoor features include a pool with a slide, a waterfall, and a spa, as well as an outdoor kitchen. $15,000,000. Loren Hedrick, Coldwell Banker/First Affiliate, (928) 282-4666 STATUS: No change

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