Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Ringed by the Smoky Mountains, this three-bedroom 2007 home is oriented so its main living spaces face the Smokies’ highest peak. Craftsman details include fir beams and posts; maple floors; a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace; and walls of glass doors and windows.
Outside are a wraparound deck, a screened porch, a patio with stone fireplace, a yard, and mature trees. $1,999,000. Julia Jubran and Jenny Snodgrass, Keller Williams Realty/Knoxville–West, (865) 694-5904.
Asheville, North Carolina. This English Manor–style home near the Appalachians is 10 minutes from downtown Asheville. The six-bedroom 1925 house features an imperial staircase, a wainscoted dining room, and a gilded parlor.
The 2.8-acre lot includes gardens, mountain-view stone terraces, and a carriage house with a garage and a guest suite. $4,500,000. Laura Livaudais, Ivester Jackson | BlackStream/Christie’s International Real Estate, (828) 712-5445.
Stevensville, Montana. The curved wood-and-stone great room of this 1992 five-bedroom home looks out on the Bitterroot Mountains through floor-to-ceiling windows. The master suite has a fireplace and two-person stone spa nook; the kitchen features an eat-in island with sink and grill.
The 60-acre wooded property includes a horse barn, a three-car garage, and a three-bedroom guesthouse with a shop and a wine room. $1,998,000. Rebecca Donnelly, Bergquist-Donnelly Team/PureWest Christie’s International Real Estate, (406) 546-0067.
Waterbury, Vermont. Built atop a hill, this 2004 four-bedroom home overlooks the Worcester Range and Waterbury reservoir. The open-concept kitchen, dining, and living room has a glass wall with mountain views; other modern-industrial details include curved steel beams, Vermont slate and laminate floors, and a stacked-stone fireplace.
The 29-acre property features a saltwater pool in a concrete-tile surround, lawns, woods, and private trails. $1,450,000. Sharon Bateman, The Bateman Group/Pall Spera Co., (802) 371-8777.
Crested Butte, Colorado. This three-bedroom organic-modern home offers views of Mount Crested Butte and Nicholson Lake. The house features cathedral ceilings and reclaimed-wood floors, and includes a bunkroom and a finished basement with guest room and second living room.
The 1.7-acre property has two decks, a hot tub, lawns, and two garages, and comes with lake access and fishing rights on the Slate River. $2,300,000. Channing Boucher, Crested Butt/Sotheby’s International Realty, (970) 596-3228.
Boise, Idaho. This four-bedroom log home sits on 2 acres of rolling hills in the Boise National Forest. The house has two master bedrooms, hardwood floors in the main space, wood-clad walls and ceilings, a wood-burning stove in the living room, and oversize windows framing mountain views.
Outside are an attached garage, yard space, and covered decks for wildlife viewing. $375,000. Paul Heim, New View–Silvercreek Realty Group, (208) 794-8175.