German Village. The third-floor suite of this Queen Anne Vernacular offers rooftop views of the historic neighborhood. Built in 1874, the seven-bedroom home has the original wood trim, staircase, and flooring; five fireplaces; stained-glass details; and French doors and pocket doors throughout.

The quarter-acre lot, across from Schiller Park, includes lawns, mature trees, and a patio. $849,900. William Robbins, Gledhill Robbins & Talis Group/HER Realtors, (614) 208-8785.

Wolfe Park. Built in English Manor style, this 1942 stone house overlooking Wolfe Park features carved banisters, cornice crown molding, wood floors and paneling, and three fireplaces. There are eight bedrooms, a formal dining room with French doors opening to a patio, a sunroom with stone floor and stained glass, a finished basement, and a four-car garage.

The 1.43-acre landscaped property includes a pool.$1,497,000. Art Russo, Art Russo Realtors, (614) 296-3220.

Victorian Village. This three-bedroom townhouse condo occupies the top half of a 2004 brownstone. It has a chef's kitchen with marble counters; a master bedroom with a balcony overlooking Goodale Park; a skylit staircase; a private elevator; and espresso maple floors.

The unit's outdoor amenities include a private rooftop deck, back patio, and attached two-car garage with storage attic. $1,500,000. Susanne Horner, Keller Williams Classic Properties Realty, (614) 284-5200.

Short North. Converted from a 1900 former brick factory, this three-bedroom duplex condo has vaulted ceilings, clerestory windows, and polished concrete floors with radiant heating.

Glass doors in a wall of windows lead to a private courtyard, another patio is accessible from the master suite, and there is a two-car garage. $1,175,000. Bruce Dooley, Keller Williams Classic Properties Realty, (614) 297-8600.

Hamilton Park Historic District. This 1930 Tudor revival with neoclassical details was a law office for almost 50 years. A foyer with original floor-to-ceiling cherry paneling opens to the nine-bedroom home; the main sitting area features a plaster tracery ceiling, carved limestone fireplace, and French doors to the dining room; and the stained glass has been historically catalogued.

Outside are a lawn, patio, and wraparound terrace. $549,900. Michael Jones, Coldwell Banker King Thompson, (614) 206-5191.

German Village. Set in German Village, this one-bedroom redbrick home is walking distance to restaurants, bars, and shops. The 1880 house features wide-plank wood floors, exposed-brick walls, high ceilings, and built-in Amish cabinetry.

The den can be used as a guest room. The backyard includes privacy fencing, raised garden beds, and a deck. $385,000. Nick Weitzel, HER Realtors, (614) 273-6070.