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Converted

Houses

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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. 1868
  • Woodstock, Illinois
  • $399,000

Ring, ring goes the bell. Here is your chance to own a bit of history. This is the original 1 room Cold Springs School House in Bull Valley. It has […]

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. 1875
  • Canby, Oregon
  • $585,000

This circa 1875 stylishly renovated one room schoolhouse has been meticulously restored while retaining its original charm. It sits on a quarter acre lot, has farmland views and is reminiscent […]

Built as a carriage house in 1921, this stone home retains the exterior architecture and craftsmanship of the period. The interior, designed by renowned New Hope architect, William Hunt, represents […]

Circa 1819 Prescott Mill home with attached income generating apartment and located on Little River Pond. This historic home has been lovingly restored while still maintaining many original details. The […]

c. 1908
  • Arcola, Saskatchewen
  • $479,000

Ornate Edwardian classical heritage building in Arcola Saskatchewan Canada that housed the  judiciary and provincial court operations in the early 1900’s. The 3 story, 12,000 square foot building retains all […]

c. 1844
  • Green Township, New Jersey
  • $649,000

An architectural masterpiece, Tranquility Mills is a 4 bed, 3 bath retreat nestled on 2.7 acres along trout-stocked Pequest River. Red oak molding, exposed beams, walnut floors throughout. Bright eat-in-kitchen […]

c. 1850
  • Dauphin, Pennsylvania
  • $299,900

Historic Beidleman House c.1850 This beautiful historic home was once the summer home of the 12th Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania, Edward E. Beidleman (1873 – 1929). A gorgeous blend of […]

c. 1925
  • Stockton Springs, Maine
  • $119,000

Gorgeous Federal brick building detailed in marble and rich in Stockton Springs history. This building was planned, built, and equipped with books by the descendants of Alexander Hamilton with intentions […]

c. 1909
  • Backus, Minnesota
  • $155,000

Pontoria, Minnesota Look at almost any map of Minnesota and you’ll see the “town” of Pontoria marked between Pine River and Longville on Scenic Highway 84.  Wouldn’t it be fun […]

c. 1835
  • Westport, Connecticut
  • $2,495,000

Masterfully renovated and updated 1835 converted barn, surrounded by specimen trees, English gardens, pool, pergola & pool house. Truly unique features begin with the oak door reclaimed from Princeton University […]

c. 1876
  • Hillsborough Township, New Jersey
  • $649,900

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own the famous Neshanic Mill in Hillsborough NJ featured on the Welcome to Hillsborough sign. Built in 1876 on the banks […]