Bennington Family Homestead

207 Beech Street Bennington on sale
  • 1,241 sq ft
  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths

A family homestead for several decades is now time for new owners to make memories. This light filled farm house offers 3 bedrooms, spacious kitchen, living room, family room, dining room and first floor laundry. With wrap around porch and side porch off kitchen, the exterior spaces are as inviting as the interior. Set on 1.7 acres in downtown Bennington give you a lot of bang for your buck – with some clearing it would be ideal for a large garden and more. Detached shed and work space with storage provide a home for all your gardening gear and the hobbyist in all of us. This truly is an opportunity not to be missed.


Liberty Lodge

105 Liberty Lane Walhalla on sale
  • 7,000+ sq ft
  • 6 beds
  • 6 baths

Built as a wedding gift in 1886, this 7,038 square ft. Antebellum style home will take your breath away. With mantles imported from Victorian England and ceilings designed by a 19th century French Artist, this 7 bedroom 7 bath boasts 9 fireplaces, 11\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’ ceilings, a commercial grade kitchen, pocket doors made from three types of hardwood, a guest house, its own cupola, original hardwood floors, two attached apartments, and MORE. Recently updated with a new metal roof and upstairs HVAC. Home is surrounded by well manicured gardens, that formerly boasted Oconee County\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’s first golf course and has hosted many a wedding! Formerly a bed and breakfast, this house is a MUST SEE!

Addition 500 Acres surrounding the property are also for sale and constitute the former estate.


Litchfield Hills Restored Cottage Designed by Annie Kelly

77 Cathole Road Bantam on sale
  • 1,955 sq ft
  • 3 beds
  • 2 baths

A 1740’s restored cottage by Interior Designer Annie Kelly and Photographer Tim Street~Porter of the famed style books Rooms to Inspire in the Country and Litchfield Style. Nestled in the heart of the Litchfield Hills the land is both open and wooded with perennial gardens, cascading streams, mature trees and an outdoor dining pagoda. A rare 18th century porch with original front door, original wood floors, welcoming stone hearth, hand painted walls and Colefax and Fowler wall paper. A quick walk or drive to downtown Bantam, the hottest new food scene. Close to the Washington Montessori School and ten minutes to the towns of Litchfield or Washington.


Covington Treasure

412 E. 17th Street Convington on sale
  • 1,389 sq ft
  • 2 beds
  • 1 baths

Fannie Mae Homepath Brick single family w/2BR,s,wood floors, fenced yard, deck and located close to church, shopping, and expressways.


Craftsman Home No. 104 by Gustav Stickley

863 Midland Road Oradell on sale
  • 3,000 sq ft
  • 5 beds
  • 2 baths

Experience time travel and come back to a simpler life in a home that embraces you with warmth and tranquility. Craftsman House No. 104, designed in 1910 by Gustav Stickley is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been lovingly restored and updated. It is sited on an oversized lot with beautiful gardens and mature trees, located in the coveted Latchstring area of Oradell, recently selected as the Best Family Town in New Jersey.

The first floor delights with chestnut wood paneling in the Living Room, cypress beamed ceilings and hand-painted Stickley stencils. Warm yourself by the tapestry brick fireplace surrounded by inglenook benches or relax in the spacious, sunlight filled Family Room overlooking a brick patio inviting alfresco summer dining decorated by a fountain and rock garden.

The warm feelings continue upstairs where walls of the four bedrooms are textured by beautiful grass cloth, each in a different, subtle color, and are ringed by arts and crafts stencils direct from Stickley’s “The Craftsman” magazine. The third floor surprises with a large, fifth bedroom, a full bath and multiple storage areas – an excellent spot for a teen-ager’s hideout or a private guest suite. The partially finished basement offers up a darkroom/wine cellar, spaces for an office, laundry and workshop.

While embracing the past, it is easy to step into the present: only 40 minutes from mid-town Manhattan via train, bus or auto, Oradell exudes a small-town atmosphere with a great coffee shop, regional theater, beautiful parks and playgrounds, along with houses of worship of every denomination. With a population of 8,000 the community boasts Blue Ribbon schools and the house is only a minute to the bus stop for NYC and a 10-minute walk to the train station. It’s also minutes from several shopping malls, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods Market and Fairway. And you’ll need to shop, because you will entertain in style—it is a fantastic party house in all seasons!

Updated through the years, this truly breathtaking home offers the beauty of 1911 craftsmanship along with the comforts of modern day living. Built with an exterior of hollow tile block, the house was designed to be fireproof and efficient to heat and cool (it is!) and it still has the original Ludowici Spanish tile roof (with care it should last another 100 years—the tiles are still made today). Natural gas cooking and heat. Air conditioning was installed in 2006. Separate two-car garage with automatic garage doors. Water heater and furnace are less than 10 years old.

After 32 years we are now reluctantly putting No. 104 on the market. We feel privileged to have been the custodians of this home; it is has served us well. Stickley’s philosophy that the home environment is the key to building good character and good citizens has certainly been true in our case, but the children have moved on in life and we must do so too. Now it is your turn to experience this most special home in a most special town. It will be the experience of a lifetime.

For Sale by owner, contact Ray Stubblebine


201 599 2966

Oradell NJ

12 rooms: Entry foyer, formal living room, formal dining room, family room, eat-in kitchen, pantry, five bedrooms and 2 ½ bathrooms. Aprox 3000 sq ft. Stickley-style light fixtures negotiable.

Ideally available in March 2017, but that too is negotiable. Asking Price: $850,000.


Historic Tate Farm

1975 Shrivers Corner Road Gettysburg on sale
  • 2,200 sq ft
  • 3 beds
  • 2 baths

Situated on 10.28 acres, with a registered land and buildings façade easement, this completely restored farmhouse with formal gardens was the scene of Indian trade with early colonial settlers along the Beaver Dam Creek, and later, part of the Gettysburg Campaign. The farm has an original summer kitchen with original walk-in hearth fireplace, a granary, spring house, carriage house, garden shed, outhouse, stable, and a barn with cannonball hole. The creek is a meandering spring-fed stream named by the Indians of the region during the 1700’s.

This property is located just 4.5 miles from Lincoln Square, the Tate Farm was the scene of heavy fighting on July 2nd, 1863 between Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer, Army of the Potomac and General Wade Hampton, Cobbs Legion, Army of Northern Virginia. Built in the year 1740, with an addition added on in 1820, The Tate Farm has been the scene of one of the most overlooked aspects of the Gettysburg Campaign.

The original two-story house is hewn out of virgin Chestnut and Oak logs, and the log structure has been completely restored. The house has 3 large bedrooms, 2 full baths with claw-foot tubs (one upstairs and one downstairs), 3 brick fireplaces, one with a bake oven; and 5 inch wide T&G Cherry hardwood floors with many raised-panel doorways. A complete laundry room on the first floor, 2 staircases (main is Mahogany) and a small library/office area. The house has plenty of exposed beams, dining room beam has a Confederate cannonball (Hotchkiss shell) impact mark. The property is listed on the PA Civil War Trails and The Journey Through Hallowed Ground National By-Way.

Restoration included replacement of every window, addition of new Burnham oil-heating unit with completely upgraded plumbing, all new wiring with 200 amp panel, hot water baseboard heat, original bead-board doors and hardware, original German clapboard siding, all Williamsburg original colors, chair rail, large crown moldings and wood ceilings. The kitchen boasts of a 9 foot wide colonial fireplace with bake oven, Honey spiced pine cabinets, Corian counter, and stainless steel appliances.

This home has the potential for a “farm-to-table” working farm, landscape/nursery business, horse farm, antiques shop, or a historic Bed & Breakfast!

It is a must see, one visit will take you back in time!

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Classic New England Farmhouse on 3+ Acres

191 Buffum Road North Berwick on sale
  • 2,587 sq ft
  • 5 beds
  • 1 baths

Step back in time to this classic New England Farmhouse with 36 X 50 barn to die for. Located on a well landscaped 3+ acre lot on a quiet country road yet just around the corner from schools, Hannafords & Dunkin Donuts. Relax on the private back deck or one of two side porches or get some work done in the barn or attached 17 X 22 workshop. House has lots of light, wood floors throughout & lots of rooms to fit any lifestyle. Eat-in kitchen is very large & features tiled floors, granite counters & lots of cupboards. Huge bathroom features separate shower & jet tub & attached laundry room with folding counter. Plenty of room on first floor to add another bath. Finished 3rd floor would make great playroom, studio or office. Tons of storage & closet space.