The Ridge. This four-bedroom converted stagecoach house sits on a 5.3-acre apple farm outside the city. The Civil War-era home features an eat-in kitchen, a four season room with a brick wall, and a first-floor master suite with a spa bathroom.
The landscaped property includes a pool, a fire pit area, a three-story barn with a loft, and a one-bedroom pool-house. $839,000. Carrie Vos, Midwest Properties of Michigan, (616) 364-8831.
Heritage Hill. The historic building housing this two-bedroom condo dates back to 1855. The remodeled main-floor apartment has 12-foot ceilings, oversize windows, smart-home technologies, and a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances.
The property has a shared backyard with a patio and is a short walk to downtown. $214,900. Briana Beyer, Schmidt Family of Companies/Coldwell Banker, (734) 262-1609.
West Grand. Its spot on the 30th floor and floor-to-ceiling windows give this three-bedroom condo panoramic city views. The home has a living room with fireplace, a full bar, a theater room, a gourmet kitchen, and three balcony areas creating 1,600 square feet of outdoor space.
Ownership includes access to the building's pool and clubhouse. $1,499,900. Chuck Gallagher, Greenridge Realty/Luxury Portfolio International, (616) 299-5837.
Ada. Both decks of this four-bedroom home look out on the Thornapple River. The 1959 house has hardwood floors, a mahogany door, an oversize family room, a custom kitchen featured on the cover of a design magazine, and a master suite with private deck.
Outside are a koi pond, a patio with fire pit, a boat lift and dock, and 110 feet of river frontage. $1,100,000. Robert Antonini, Schmidt Family of Companies/Coldwell Banker, (616) 974-2000.
Heritage Hill. This six-bedroom brick Georgian revival was built in 1908 and renovated in 2017. The house has a mahogany dining room, a walnut-paneled library, pocket doors, a living room with walnut crown molding and fireplace, and a chef's kitchen with cherry cabinets.
The 0.7-acre lot includes a pool, a koi pond, a garage with a full upstairs suite and separate entrance, and a lush lawn with gardens. $958,000. Ann Frantz, Greenridge Realty/Luxury Portfolio International, (616) 299-5381.
Cheshire. Built in 1930, this three-bedroom house retains many original details. Interior elements include hardwood floors, an updated kitchen with a breakfast area, a finished basement, and a full-floor master suite with private bath.
The yard features a back deck, a pergola, and flower gardens. $189,900. Bobbi Sue Jendritz, Real Estate One Success, (616) 447-3021.