A three-bedroom condominium in a converted Gothic Revival church in New Haven, an 1873 rowhouse in Lambertville and a 1938 bungalow in Atlanta.

This Gothic Revival church was converted into 11 apartments in 2006. It overlooks Wooster Square Park, a green space with mature cherry trees and a seasonal farmers’ market, and is about a five-minute walk from a stretch of Wooster Street with several of the city’s most popular pizzerias. Yale University Art Gallery, the school’s library and Yale New Haven Hospital are all less than 10 minutes away by car.

Driving to Union Station takes about five minutes. From there, Amtrak trains travel to Penn Station in Manhattan in less than two hours; Metro-North trains make the trip to Grand Central Station in just under or over two hours. The train trip to Boston takes two hours or so. Driving to the beaches of Narragansett, R.I., takes about 90 minutes.

Size: 1,780 square feet

Price per square foot: $379

Indoors: The apartment’s front door opens into a foyer with a staircase that leads up to the main level. Two bedrooms with stained-glass windows are on the entry level; one is set up as a den, with a built-in entertainment center. They share a full bathroom with a combined tub and shower.

At the top of the stairs is a living room with high ceilings, a fireplace and glass doors that open to a private deck. Adjoining this space is a dining area open to a kitchen with cherry wood cabinets, granite counters, a subway-tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and access to a powder room.

Up another flight of stairs is a large primary suite with original woodwork, a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a walk-in shower and a long double vanity.

Outdoor space: The deck off the living room is partially shaded by a roof overhang and has enough space to hold a table and chairs. The apartment comes with two parking spots in a secure underground garage.

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