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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. 1700
  • Andover, Vermont
  • $395,000

The Peaseville School is a unique gem that was first built in the 1700’s . It was rebuilt in 1828 by Jacob Rowell. It was one of Andover’s schools until […]

c. 1721
  • Georgetown, South Carolina
  • $657,500

Perfect for Primary Residence or Secondary Investment Property with significant proven cash flow through repeat rentals program. Home has extensive and documented total transformation from the walls out, including procurement […]

c. 1874
  • WELLS RIVER, Vermont
  • $175,000

If youʼd like to own a magnificent brick schoolhouse built 1874 – in great condition – with potential for commercial & residential development, take a look at the eponymous Wells […]

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, […]

“The traveler finds himself [or herself] suddenly inspired with new hope, on catching view of the four-pronged top of the meeting house; assured of having discovered where civilization abounds and […]

c. 1960
  • Fitzhugh, Oklahoma
  • $1,200,000

Beautiful stone horse barn conversion, 7 bedrooms, 5 restrooms, bunkroom, groomsroom, full kitchen, dining room for 50, recreation room, covered pavilion, equipment, swimming pool, hot tub, Creek, pond,pond, on 97 […]

c. 1856
  • Rockport, Maine
  • $1,395,000

In the heart of Rockport Village you will find a masterpiece of renovation that unites a refined and elegant 4 bedroom residence with a versatile grand hall for work, play, […]

c. 1927
  • Perrysburg, Ohio
  • $599,900

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Award-winning architecture of the gorgeous Stranahan Estate Gatehouse! LOCATED IN PBRG SCHOOL DISTRICT! Across from the WW Knight preserve offering nature hiking trails & boardwalks. […]

c. 1860
  • Catskill, New York
  • $1,350,000

Perched atop Catskill’s Main Street, this mid-19th-century brick Italianate manse’s classical proportions and design are rooted in the Picturesque Movement, recalling the aesthetics of beauty and the sublime. A true […]

c. 1896
  • Alameda, California
  • $1,435,000

Built in 1896 as a parsonage, this historic Victorian (included in “125 Important Historic Homes of Alameda”) with Colonial Revival touches balances history and turn of the (last) century craftsmanship […]

c. 1900
  • 101 Silver St #302, South Carolina
  • $295,000

Presenting a condo that perfectly marries yesteryear with beautiful updates in downtown Laurens, SC. You are guaranteed to marvel at this over 4000 sq ft with soaring ceilings, exposed brick […]

c. 1897
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • $2,300,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Constructed in the late 1800s on Peters Street, named for Richard Peters who built Atlanta’s first street railway and is considered a founder of Atlanta. […]