A 19th-century farmhouse with a guesthouse in Leeds, an 1850 townhouse in Savannah and a 1927 home in Salt Lake City.

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This expansive property is in a small hamlet in Greene County, about 15 minutes from the town of Greenville, which has a supermarket, a farm supply store and a drive-in movie theater, and within a 20-minute drive of several antique and home décor stores. It is half an hour from the city of Hudson and from Olana State Historic Site, the former home and studio of the painter Frederic Edwin Church.

Albany is 40 minutes away. Driving to New York City takes less than three hours.

Size: 2,279 square feet

Price per square foot: $1,404

Indoors: The main house is set back from the street, at the end of a half-mile-long driveway flanked by maple trees.

The double doors open into a foyer with wide-plank wood floors and a staircase to the second floor. To the left is a living room with a cast-iron wood-burning stove fitted into an original fireplace, built-in bookshelves and French doors that open to a deck. Through a doorway is a dining area open to an updated kitchen with a Wolf range, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a pantry and outdoor access.

To the right of the foyer is another sitting room with more French doors. A bedroom with floral-print wallpaper, a powder room and a sunny office with direct access to a greenhouse are also in this part of the house.

Three more bedrooms are upstairs. The primary bedroom is brightened by skylights and has enough space to hold a queen-size bed; the attached bathroom has a claw-foot soaking tub. The other two bedrooms, which share a full bathroom, are across the hall.

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