Best properties on the market

This week: Homes on the edge

1. Sedona, Ariz.

Set on the rim of Oak Creek Canyon, with views of the Coconino Mountains, this three-bedroom home features stone flooring and mahogany and copper doors. English-style gardens and a 19th-century cabin also sit on the one-acre property. $2,195,000. Loretta Engelhardt, Keller Williams Check Realty, (928) 282-7555

2. Bigfork, Mont.

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Built on the edge of Flathead Lake, this three-bedroom home features a solarium and a river rock fireplace. The property includes a boat dock and lift. $1,497,000. Jim Kuhlman, Trails West Real Estate/Christie’s Great Estates, (406) 837-7050

3. Montauk, N.Y.

This six-bedroom home sits on the beach at Culloden Point, overlooking Block Island Sound. It has three fireplaces, a media room, a two-story family room, and a waterfront Jacuzzi. $3,695,000. Mark Von Zwehl, Century 21 Laffey Associates, (516) 922-9800

4. Columbus, N.C.

Located atop White Oak Mountain, this three-bedroom log cabin sits on two and a half acres. The home has a screened-in porch and multilevel decking with views of both Lake Adger and Lake Lure. $950,000. Cindy Viehman, Tryon Foothills Realty, (828) 859-1255

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5. Monson, Maine

This home in Monson, the northernmost town on the Appalachian Trail, sits on its own 55-acre mountaintop, overlooking Lake Hebron. The three-bedroom house features post-and-beam construction and covered porches with 40-mile views. $379,500. Victor Morrel, Century 21 Moose Country Realtors, (207) 695-3731

6. Carmel, Calif.

The glass walls of this four-bedroom beachside home overlook Point Lobos and Carmel Bay. Built with Alaskan cedar and Spanish limestone, the 8,000-square-foot house has a gym, a media room, and an elevator. $12,500,000. Michael Canning, Sotheby’s International Realty, (831) 622-4848

7. Manteo, N.C.

Located on the northernmost tip of Ballas Point, with unobstructed, 270-degree views of Roanoke Sound, this home has five bedrooms, a wine cellar, and a tackle room. $2,950,000. Lee Graham, Perry & Co. Sotheby’s International Realty, (252) 482-4785

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