San Francisco. Set atop the Glassworks building, this two-level penthouse condo commands city and bay views from its walls of east and north windows. The modern two-bedroom apartment also features 20-foot ceilings, motorized window shades, wood floors throughout, and a stainless-steel kitchen with a Viking stove.

Building amenities include a parking spot, storage, and access to a shared bamboo garden. $2,279,000. Lisa Miller, Sotheby’s International Realty, (415) 710-0268.

Aspen, Colorado. From its perch on the top floor, this three-bedroom 1992 apartment looks out on Aspen Mountain, the Continental Divide, and Shadow Mountain. Hardwood floors run through the rustic-style, open-concept space, complemented by exposed beams, two fireplaces, and wood-framed windows.

Outside is an approximately 1,600-square-foot deck with a hot tub, and the building is set on 4 acres. An elevator connects the home to its private one-car garage. $2,475,000. Garrett Reuss, Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty, (970) 923-2006.

New York City. Tucked into a quiet street on the Upper West Side, this two-story, two-bedroom townhouse dates to 1900. Historic details include 10-foot ceilings, exposed beams and brick walls, and a wood-burning fireplace; the kitchen is updated with Shaker-style cherry cabinets, granite counters, cork flooring, and an eat-in peninsula.

The private terrace offers city and garden views. $1,150,000. Edward Joseph, Brown Harris Stevens, (917) 821-6225.

Brooklyn, New York. On a tree-lined street in Williamsburg one block from the subway, this 1.5-bedroom modern home offers indoor and outdoor space. The apartment features an open layout, floor-to-ceiling windows, European white oak floors, Caesarstone counters and Bosch appliances in the kitchen, and a walk-in master shower with dual heads and Italian tile.

The private deck has red cedar walls and water, electricity, and dimmable lights for alfresco living and gardening potential. $1,295,000. Daniel Fried, Douglas Elliman, (718) 486-4461.

Austin, Texas. This 2017 three-bedroom home stands in the Westlake neighborhood, near Lake Austin. One side of a just-completed duplex, the clean-lined unit features wood floors throughout, oversize windows, built-in cabinets and shelving, and high-end quartz and stone finishes.

Outside are a deck, yard, covered patio, and two-car garage. $1,350,000. Ellen Sauer, Moreland Properties/Christie’s International Real Estate, (512) 992-9900.

Chicago. Set in the 1910 Bronzeville Lofts building, this renovated, open-concept two-bedroom loft retains historic character with a 20-foot beamed ceiling, exposed brick walls and ducts, a fireplace, and hardwood floors. Floor-to-ceiling windows and an outdoor balcony large enough for seating offer city views.

The home comes with a parking spot, storage, and bike storage. $380,000. Berkshire Hathaway KoenigRubloff, (312) 543-0200.