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Early American Houses for Sale

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! There’s a reason why so many of us love a good, old, American classic. Exposed beams, wood-burning fireplaces and wide-plank hardwood floors are just screaming out for a big Thanksgiving dinner. Trends may come and go, but colonials will always be wonderful.

c. 1830
  • Bowling Green, Virginia
  • $510,000

The historic Tennent-Furr home built in 1830 was among the first farmhouses in Caroline County. Several well-planned additions, including a 2006 renovation, transformed the home into one of the area’s […]

c. 1800
  • Middletown, Connecticut
  • $269,000

Few homes can match the timeless panache of Federal-style architecture. Symmetry, elegance, and intricate design make this house stand out in a lovely neighborhood. Playful geometry in the dining area […]

c. 1696
  • Beverly, Massachusetts
  • $449,000

This stunning 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath condominium is filled with the character and charm of an antique yet offers the style & sophistication of a city townhouse. Extensively updated […]

c. 1805
  • Redding, Connecticut
  • $899,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! Limekiln Hill Farm – 1805 Colonial Farmhouse with charm & character of an antique & updated in 2003 with the comforts of modern day […]

c. 1820
  • Southbury, Connecticut
  • $500,000

Exciting opportunity to own a piece of Southbury History! Quintessential New England Colonial (a.k.a. Spruce Brook Farm) is an amazing antique home situated on a truly spectacular property and is […]

c. 1767
  • Concord, Massachusetts
  • $1,195,000

Have you dreamed of owning a historic Concord Center home, ready to update? Look no further! This sturdy, well-preserved Georgian Colonial c.1767 owned by same family since 1949 reflects the […]

c. 1770
  • Springfield, New Hampshire
  • $695,000

Granite Ledge Farm Perfectly maintained 1770 antique cape on 137 acres with screen house over looking the pond, and  a granite overlook with views to Mt. Sunapee and Lake Sunapee. […]

c. 1753
  • Coopersburg, Pennsylvania
  • $899,000

In the tranquil Bucks County countryside, withstanding the test of time and 18th century family feuding, lies this grand stone farmhouse, imbued in captivating local history. The original part of the […]

c. 1795
  • Sherborn, Massachusetts
  • $649,000

This beautiful, ANTIQUE VILLAGE COLONIAL (circa 1795) has been carefully restored and renovated to provide the charm of yesterday with all of today’s modern amenities. The kitchen with large center […]

c. 1808
  • Mt. Sterling, Kentucky
  • $497,000

The builder, William Yeates, was a member of the Virginia delegation and a casting vote member to ratify the US Constitution.

c. 1800
  • North Smithfield, Rhode Island
  • $699,000

The stone walls and crisp white colonial will catch your eye, and the classic New England red barn, inground pool, and light-filled studio will seal the deal. This is your […]

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 […]