San Antonio, Texas. Everett Love commissioned renowned architects Adams and Adams to build Villa Amore for his Italian wife in 1922. The four-bedroom estate features arched doorways, Italian stenciled beams, Palladian windows opening to a balcony, and a 1,000-bottle wine room.

Outside are an imported marble fountain, a pool, an al fresco fireplace, and a carriage house with a one-bedroom apartment. $1,999,000. Jason Glast, San Antonio Portfolio Real Estate, (210) 386-1833.

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. This Tuscan-style four-bedroom home on Calibogue Sound was built in 2004. Details include reclaimed beams, Italian stone, heart-of-pine floors, a 1,000-bottle wine room, and an Italian farm-style kitchen.

The waterfront property offers 180-degree views, a pool, a private beach, a pavilion, and several docks giving quick access to the Intercoastal Waterway. $4,295,000. Terri and Bill Rupp, Engel & Völkers/Hilton Head Island Bluffton, (843) 715-4422.

Nyack, New York. Palazzo Mare, built in 2001, is a five-bedroom, 15th century–style Venetian villa on the bank of the Hudson River. The ornate front door leads to an open first floor with a grand staircase, a 27-foot ceiling, and Corinthian columns.

The master suite has a green marble bathroom with a spa tub. The 0.62-acre property includes a sandy beach, a pier, and a pool with a spa. $3,500,000. Richard Ellis, Ellis Sotheby's, (914) 393-0438.

Venice, California. The four-bedroom Rialto House was built in 1905 by one of Abbot Kinney's senior craftsmen, who was enlisted to help create Kinney's “Venice of America.” Features include hardwood floors, Islamo-Byzantine stained-glass windows, a marble-floored sunroom, an Italian-tile bathroom, and a third-floor studio bedroom with roof deck access.

The corner property has a garage topped with an 840-square-foot guesthouse. $3,985,000. Penny Muck, Halton Pardee + Partners, (310) 907-6517.

Newport, Rhode Island. The extensive renovation of Casa del Sole, built in the early 20th century, was completed in 2017. The four-bedroom, marble-floored Palladian mansion, currently owned by former Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan, features a chef's kitchen, two fireplaces, and formal living and dining rooms, each opening to a loggia.

The two-acre landscaped property, just off Ocean Drive, includes a fire pit and multiple seating areas. $4,395,000. Kimberly Fleming and Michelle Drum, Gustave White/Sotheby's International Realty, (401) 849-3000.

Attica, Indiana. The Rohlfing House, built in 1887, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Italianate brick home's three-year renovation, completed in 2010, preserved period fixtures, original woodwork, oil-on-canvas wall coverings, a stained-glass window, and the kitchen's period sink and prep room.

The double lot is close to downtown and area parks. $265,000. Tommy Kleckner, Indiana Landmarks, (812) 232-4534.