Converted Houses for Sale

Converted Churches, Lighthouses & Other Unconventional Houses for Sale

Because Boring Houses Rarely Make History.

Normalcy is SO overrated. And who ever said a house had to be a house, anyway? Get quirky living in a converted lighthouse, an old mill, or a church reborn as a big, old mansion. Now THAT’s making a STATEMENT.

c. 1890
  • Bull Valley, Illinois
  • $634,900

Incredible piece of Bull Valley history on scenic Fleming Road in Bull Valley, IL. Structure was originally built in 1890. 3,716 Square feet of living space with vaulted ceilings, reclaimed […]

c. 1885
  • Lexington, Virginia
  • $495,000

Charming historic turn-of-the-century Timber Ridge Train Station has all the modern conveniences of today with the history of the past including 4 Bedrooms and 2 1/2 Baths. The depot’s waiting […]

c. 1836
  • Goochland, Virginia
  • $450,000

The Lock Keeper’s House has all the history you can handle (National Register of Historic Places)! Originally surveyed by George Washington, as part of the Kanawha Canal project, which he […]

c. 1932
  • Bryson City, North Carolina
  • $1,199,000

Amazing investment opportunity in the hospitality hub of the Great Smokys. A farm-to-table 10 guest room bed and breakfast for sale with 2 bedroom Inn Owner’s quarters with a private […]

c. 1933
  • Iron Station, North Carolina
  • $475,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Looking for a unique property. A 1933 church full of charm and history ready for whatever special use you’re looking for. This listing is a […]

c. 1807
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • $1,570,000

Literally three minutes from everywhere in the middle of nowhere! Carved out from a farm of originally 300 acres, this historic barn renovation with 4 outbuildings on three (3) acres […]

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Rockport Harbor Views – Urban Luxury in a Seaside Village. Located in the heart of Rockport on .87± acres with commanding views of Rockport Harbor, […]

c. 1867
  • Southold, New York
  • $1,295,000

This former one room school house built in 1867, originally known as The Academy is the headquarters and offices of The Academy Printing Press, a long time long business since […]

c. 1800
  • Hudson, New York
  • $800,000

Union Mills is an exceptionally characterful c1800 townhouse in Hudson proper. Historically serving as the neighborhood bakery in its early years, the home spreads out over 2,600 square feet with […]

c. 1861
  • Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania
  • $545,000

The Erwinna Schoolhouse (circa 1861). Nestled in the quiet village of Erwinna, this historic building has been thoroughly updated for modern living. The open concept first floor features gleaming hardwood […]

c. 1855
  • Lorman, Mississippi
  • $1,645,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Canemount was constructed in 1855 by John and Frances Louise Murdoch. The 40 acre property is surrounded by 3,500 acres of Canemount Wildlife Management Area […]

c. 1789
  • Dover, New Hampshire
  • $1,795,000

Introducing the historic Tuttle Family homestead, c. 1789, the year George Washington visited the Seacoast! Since 2015, a series of meticulous improvements have brought the connecting structures to the pinnacle […]

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