The newly created master suite on the second floor contains a dressing room and a bathroom with a marble vanity top and trim and an original stained glass window. Three additional bedrooms and a library are on the second floor, and two bedrooms and a den are on the third floor. The third floor also has large spaces that were the original ballroom and billiard room.
OUTDOOR SPACE Both the kitchen and breakfast room open to a new wraparound rear deck. The addition’s roof doubles as a balcony that is reached from the master suite. The .27-acre property includes a detached two-car garage.
TAXES $31,762 (2015)
CONTACT Susan Ani, Baird & Warner, 847-905-5213; 1030forestavenue.bairdwarner.com
WHAT A two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium
HOW MUCH $1.995 million
SIZE 2,117 square feet
PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $942
SETTING The home is in the historic South of Broad neighborhood, near the Charleston Harbor and a variety of shops and restaurants.
INDOORS The 1923 neoclassical revival building was converted to condominiums in 1999. The current owner of this unit updated the kitchen and bathrooms, and covered assorted walls in Venetian plaster.
The owner also replaced the floors: The foyer, with its Gracie paper gilded barrel ceiling, has a marble checkerboard floor. The living room’s floors are vintage French oak in a herringbone pattern. The eat-in kitchen, which has SieMatic cabinetry and a marble-topped island, has matching vintage French oak planks.
The master bedroom opens directly to a private garden — the only one in the building. The guest bedroom walls have built-in cabinets and are covered in cotton India hand-blocked fabric. There is also a television room.
OUTDOOR SPACE In addition to the private garden, the home has access to a shared courtyard. It comes with a dedicated parking space.
TAXES $13,042 (2017)
CONTACT Lyles Geer, William Means Real Estate, 843-793-9800; charlestonrealestate.com
WHAT A contemporary-style home with three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms
HOW MUCH $1.999 million
SIZE 2,064 square feet
PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $969
SETTING Known as Owl’s Nest, the hilltop home with ocean views is 30 miles west of downtown Los Angeles and 10 miles northeast of Malibu Beach.
INDOORS W. Earl Wear, who designed several homes in the area, created Owl’s Nest in 1963 as his own residence. Subscribing to Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic principles, he used redwood, stone and glass for their harmony with the landscape.
The open-plan main floor is paved with smooth stone slabs and centers on a two-story-high stone fireplace that rises through intersecting redwood beams. A built-in sofa with integrated cabinets anchors the living area. The kitchen is on the other side of the fireplace and has a large island with a separate oven and stovetop. The dining area also has a built-in sofa, as well as double glass doors that lead to a large paved outdoor seating area.
The larger main-level bedroom has three exposures and direct access to the backyard; the smaller bedroom has built-in bookshelves. The main-floor bathroom has a walk-in shower with period tiles and a wall of open storage.
A loft area suspended over the main floor contains another bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and windows that let occupants see the stars at night.
OUTDOOR SPACE Entry to the .88-acre property is through a wood-and-corrugated-metal gate. Pine, oak, redwood and eucalyptus trees surround the house. There is a separate artist’s studio as well as a hot tub and a ring of tree stumps that can be used as a drum circle. Eight cars can comfortably park in the gravel driveway. The home also has a detached two-car garage.
CONTACT Tenny Kilmore, Hilton & Hyland, 310-849-8252; 2440minard.com
An earlier version of this article misidentified the location of a house in California. The house is in Topanga, Calif., which is an area in the County of Los Angeles, not a neighborhood in the City of Los Angeles.