A Colonial Revival retreat in Greenwich, a Prairie-style house in Chicago and a Queen Anne Revival home in Houston.

This house is on a quiet, tree-lined street less than a 10-minute drive from shopping and dining in downtown Greenwich. It is about a mile from Greenwich High School and from the 18-hole golf course at the Milbrook Club. The Cos Cob Marina and Pomerance Park, where trails run alongside a pond and through the ruins of a large stone house, are five minutes away.

Driving to Stamford takes about 15 minutes. Hartford is 90 minutes away. The Greenwich train station is a five-minute drive; from there, trains make the trip to Grand Central Station in Manhattan in a little over an hour.

Size: 2,729 square feet

Price per square foot: $788

Indoors: A stone path leads from the street up to the front door, which opens into a foyer with wide-plank hardwood floors. The living room, to the left, has a fireplace, built-in shelves and windows looking out onto the flowering shrubs in the front yard.

Through a wide doorway is a dining room with a crystal chandelier and a door to a sunroom that has access to a patio outside. The dining room connects to a bright kitchen that has a Viking range with a forest-green enamel front; a center island with bar stools; and a breakfast area with sliding-glass doors that open to the patio.

The kitchen connects to a sunken family room that has access to a powder room and to a long hallway leading to a wood-paneled office.

All four bedrooms are on the second floor, reached from stairs in the family room. The primary bedroom has high ceilings, a walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom with a combined tub and shower. Next door is a bedroom that could be combined with the primary suite. The other two bedrooms have the use of a full bathroom off the hallway; one also has an en suite half bathroom.

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