Jackson. Set on just over 5 mountain acres, this three-bedroom, glass-walled home offers 360-degree views of the Teton Range. The modern house features an open floor plan, hydronic-heated floors, and two masonry fireplaces.

A large stone patio includes a built-in gas grill and granite and quartz countertops for prep stations. $2,795,000. Julie Faupel, Jackson Hole Real Estate/Christie's International Real Estate, (307) 690-0812.

Casper. Sculpted lions guard the grand front door to the 1923 Henning mansion, in the South Wolcott Street Historic District. Built by the town's first millionaire, the four-bedroom brick Colonial Revival still has a ballroom, and the original dental moldings, plaster reliefs, French doors, chandeliers, and roof tiles.

A recent remodel replaced the plumbing and electrical systems, updated five bathrooms, and enlarged the caretaker's apartment over the garage. $1,755,000. Jeanne Goldrick, #1 Properties of Casper, (307) 262-1365.

Cora. The Rendezvous Ranch is a 1,200-acre cattle ranch in the Green River Valley with expansive views of the Wind River Mountains. Its early-19th-century log buildings include a three-bedroom main house, manager's quarters, and two one-bedroom guest cabins with kitchenettes.

The property has a trout lake, a horse barn, corrals, and an outdoor roping arena. $4,950,000. Jim Taylor, Hall and Hall, (406) 855-0344.

Etna. Part of the Double L Ranch community, this four-bedroom home sits on a 5-acre property by the Salt River. Built in 2015 of reclaimed barn wood and stone, the open-plan house features a chef's kitchen with custom cabinets, a fireplace with forged metalwork, oversize windows, and exposed beams, and offers mountain and valley views.

Community amenities include a saloon, an equestrian center, a golf course, and a grass airstrip with private hangar. $2,650,000. Tate Jarry, Live Water Properties, (307) 413-2180.

Jackson. This three-bedroom house lies on 3.6 acres close to the Snake River and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The interior has a great room with vaulted fir ceiling, three fireplaces, an updated kitchen, and a hot tub room with glass walls overlooking the natural stream, pond, and gardens.

A guest apartment is located down a walkway, allowing for privacy. $5,450,000. Ed Liebzeit, Jackson Hole/Sotheby's International Realty, (307) 413-1618.

Cheyenne. Dating to 1883, this three-bedroom cottage is two blocks from Holliday Park and Lake Minnehaha. It retains many Victorian features: screened front porch, hardwood floors, stained-glass windows, cast-iron stove, butler's pantry with built-ins, and a fretwork spandrel over one bedroom's bay window.

A two-bedroom in-law suite is accessible from the picket-fenced garden and yard. $399,000. JP Fluellen, The Property Exchange/Coldwell Banker, (307) 772-1184.