Best properties on the market

This week: Contemporary homes

1. Denver

This four-bedroom house, located in the Cherry Creek North neighborhood, has an indoor saltwater pool, a gym, and a 1,200-bottle wine room. A glass bridge connects the home’s library to the office. $4,695,000. Scott Franklund, Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty, (303) 440-4999

2. Copake, N.Y.

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This four-bedroom home sits on 16 acres with views of the southern Taconic Mountains. Fixtures include floor-to-ceiling windows, cedar decking, and Brazilian walnut flooring. $1,495,000. Mary Beaton Stapleton, Halstead Hudson Valley, (518) 828-0181

3. Chadds Ford, Pa.

Architect Otto Sperr designed this 8,000-square-foot home. The four-bedroom house sits on an 11-acre estate and features a home theater, a sauna, a rooftop deck, and a pool. $3,750,000. Laird Bunch, Brandywine Fine Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, (302) 654-6500

4. Evergreen, Colo.

This 10-acre hilltop estate includes landscaped gardens and a stone bridge entry. The four-bedroom home, built with sandstone and cedar timbers, features a master suite with walk-in closet and fireplace. $2,888,000. Peter Blank, Kentwood City Properties/Mile Hi Modern, (720) 849-1956

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5. Michigan City, Ind.

This two-bedroom home is located in Tryon Farm, a new development designed to conserve most of the 170-acre site’s forest and meadows. It features bamboo floors, an open living/dining room plan, and a two-level, screened back porch. $319,000. Joe Kunkel, Baird & Warner, (708) 798-1855

6. Montecito, Calif.

Architecture firm Olson Kundig designed this three-bedroom hillside home, set on 15 acres. Every room has glass walls and sliding doors, which afford 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, the Channel Islands, and the Santa Ynez Mountains. $5,900,000. Suzanne Perkins, Sotheby’s International Realty, (805) 565-8643

7. Bethesda, Md.

Built in 1962, this home overlooks the Potomac River and the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park. The three-bedroom house features modernist glass block walls, and the one-acre property includes a lap pool and a guesthouse. $7,100,000. Molly Peter, Long & Foster Real Estate Inc., (202) 364-1300

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