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Converted Churches, Lighthouses,

and 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. 1922
  • Southern Pines, North Carolina
  • $1,400,000

Circa 1922 , Chimbley House was constructed of terra cotta and stucco. It has been completely renovated into an elegant home perfect for entertaining. There is a gourmet kitchen, 5 […]

c. 1937
  • South Bend, Indiana
  • $840,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY AS YOU STEP BACK IN TIME TO A PERIOD OF GRACE AND OPULENCE. $500K RECENT REMODEL ADDS ALL THE […]

c. 1880
  • Pinebluff, North Carolina
  • $30,000

Calling for creativity! This quaint but spacious church situated in the restive sandhills region among native longleaf pines would make a perfect artist retreat or weekend getaway.  Located only about […]

c. 1824
  • Mendon, Massachusetts
  • $1,195,000

Welcome to the Nathan C. Aldrich house and Resthaven chapel. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a truly iconic piece of Mendon history. The impressive granite manor boasts over […]

c. 1908
  • Conneaut, Ohio
  • $132,500

GRAND OLD BUILDING. Built by Andrew Carnegie in 1908. A lot of possibilities. Just waiting for someone to breathe some life back into it.

c. 1891
  • Mayodan, North Carolina
  • $79,000

Unique 3-story inn in picturesque Mayodan!  Situated in a prime downtown location near the scenic Mayo River, the Mayodan Hotel has played a prominent role in town with its origins […]

c. 1897
  • Senoia, Georgia
  • $510,000

Originally a church, built in the 1890s, this unique renovated home has kept all of its original charm, while offering updated features and a functional floorplan. Original stained glass windows […]

c. 1951
  • Lexington, North Carolina
  • $310,000

Mid-century Modernist school available for adaptive use! Architectural and Historical Information Constructed for the African American Community before integration, the Dunbar School was named for Paul Lawrence Dunbar, an African […]

c. 1880
  • Hatfield, Massachusetts
  • $1,150,000

One of the most unique B&Bs in the country, this is an amazing opportunity to own a piece of New England history! The Old Mill Inn combines meticulous preservation of […]

The Firehouse Inn is located in the foothills of western North Carolina, one block from historic downtown Rutherfordton. Just a short drive to Lake Lure, NC (home of the movie […]

c. 1895
  • Bedford, Pennsylvania
  • $394,900

Are you looking for an exceptionally unique property? Well once upon a time this building housed the criminals and characters of interest of Bedford County and local travelers being originally […]

c. 1860
  • Pound Ridge, New York
  • $1,250,000

Once in a lifetime opportunity to transform this magical Pound Ridge compound into an incredible estate. This 1860’s barn conversion was renovated by well-known local architect Vito Fosella, a student […]