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Converted Churches, Lighthouses,

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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. 1920
  • Ladora, Iowa
  • $352,000

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own three historic buildings for one low price. Listed on the National Historic Register, the main property is a 1920 bank building that has been the home […]

c. 1856
  • Rockport, Maine
  • $1,575,000

Remarkable opportunity to live & work in a converted 1856 Baptist Church with soaring ceilings and stunning architectural features. Property has been professionally renovated from top to bottom and tastefully […]

c. 1790
  • Greenwich, New York
  • $435,000

This c. 1790 home (an Early Inn) nestled in the historic hamlet of N. Easton on 1.087 beautifully gardened acres; invites you in through its 2 story porch with boxed […]

c. 1860
  • Patterson, New York
  • $699,900

Looking for an Antique Barn? This three bedroom Barn home was originally constructed in 1860 and through the years has been updated for today’s modern living. The large eat in […]

c. 1810
  • Long Valley, New Jersey
  • $799,000

Meticulously updated while preserving its classic ethos, Heath House Hotel and Spa, with history dating back to 1810, was one of Schooley’s Mt Springs’ famous resorts. The result is a […]

c. 1870s
  • Barto, Pennsylvania
  • $475,000

Landhaven is in the heart of the village of Huff’s Church, Pennsylvania! We’ve restored the old 1870’s general store and turned it into a five bedroom bed & breakfast, each […]

c. 1794
  • Media, Pennsylvania
  • $705,000

Circa 1794, this historic home was once the home of James Emlen, a prominent Philadelphia Quaker, who used the home as a private Quaker boarding school and was built over […]

c. 1754
  • Stockton, New Jersey
  • $599,999

This beautiful historic stone home has its 1754 origin as Crosskey’s Tavern. True to its roots it offers a stone fireplace, wide plank wood flooring, deep set windows, spacious rooms, […]

c. 1839
  • Farnham, Virginia
  • $340,000

It is a rare find indeed to find an outstanding time capsule of a property as the old Downing Store and adjoining Victorian family home at 11 Hales Point Road.  […]

c. 1907
  • Madison, Florida
  • $599,000

The Manor House was originally built as a 40 room hotel in 1907. Upstairs is a grand Master suite with a guest mini suite attached; 3 bedroom, 3.5 baths, Chefs […]

c. 1840
  • Madison, Georgia
  • $725,000

Own a rare piece of Madison, GA’s history! With Barrow Academy’s unique New Orleans Style it is not often seen in this part of GA. Circa 1840, this home has […]

c. 1850
  • Montour Falls, New York
  • $159,900

Check out the Virtual Tour here! Charles Cook Built home in the Glorious T District of Montour Falls. Built approximately in 1850. This home has very rich history in the […]