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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. 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 […]

c. 1920
  • Ladora, Iowa
  • $255,000

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. 1830?
  • , Kentucky
  • $100,000

This property sits on 5 acres with outstanding, panoramic views. It is two stories high. The pictures show the exterior as being an old frame home covered with white siding, […]

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. 1810
  • Waterford, Virginia
  • $675,000

Welcome to historic Talbott’s Tavern in the village of Waterford, VA. This unique home was previously 2 separate buildings, now combined into one gracious 4 story home that was lovingly […]

c. 1860
  • Concord, Massachusetts
  • $2,190,000

Top neighborhood and superior location! This exceptional family home offers space for all in one of Concord’s most centrally located neighborhoods. This five plus bedroom 5,809 square foot Victorian sits […]

Steeped in rich history, 908 Tremont Home witnessed a century of events unfolding in the city of Galveston. Built in 1909, John Sealy Garage was the first-ever automobile garage in […]

c. 1853
  • Natchitoches, Louisiana
  • $295,000

HISTORIC DISTRICT – NATCHITOCHES HISTORY. The Steamboat House, located in the heart of the National Landmark Historic District. Built in the mid-1800s with lumber from a dismantled steamboat, this home […]

c. 1833
  • Guthrie, Kentucky
  • $420,000

Historical home built in 1833. Currently, Stagecoach boasts as being on the the National Registry  for two reasons, one for historical significance and the visitors who frequented the Inn and […]