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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. 1900
  • Adamsville, Pennsylvania
  • $339,000

This turn of the century barn was built with Wormy Chestnut and Oak posts and beams. In 1981 it was disassembled and moved to its’ present location on 22 A. […]

“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. 1768
  • Hillsborough, North Carolina
  • $778,000

You’ll love video in Features. The Old King St Inn & Tavern takes you on a rare time travel from the 1700s to now. Start a romance with one of […]

c. 1908
  • St. Louis, Missouri
  • $500,000

A one-in-a-million space and the ultimate urban experience. Originally a Ford Model- T dealership built in 1908, this is a piece of St. Louis history. Today, it’s a massive 3 […]

c. 1885
  • Graham, Texas
  • $127,000

Own a Piece of History! This beautiful church has played a significant role in history of Graham. Located only one block off of the historical downtown square in Graham, Texas, […]

c. 1849
  • Essex, Connecticut
  • $1,295,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! The much admired, iconic historic former circa 1850 renovated church property at the crest of Methodist Hill with stunning views of the Connecticut River […]

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. 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. 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 […]

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. 1754
  • Stockton, New Jersey
  • $575,000

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.  […]