Early American Houses for Sale

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. 1750
  • Ledyard, Connecticut
  • $525,000

Truly a one of a kind opportunity, this four bedroom 1750’s colonial home is listed with the Ledyard Historical Society. Serenity, charm, and traditional New England character abound. As you pass through the home you find fireplaces, wide board floors, and raised panel doors. The grounds feature massive local stone walls, mature fruit trees, and […]

“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 where piety asserts its empire.” You say you want an escape from it all? This soaring 1825 account describes a view of the magnificent First […]

c. 1797
  • Hillsboro, New Hampshire
  • $510,000

Step back to a simpler time in this classic New England timber-framed Cape Cod style home with clapboard siding, exposed beams, original wide-pine floors, horizontal and vertical plank paneling. Period-inspired updated kitchen and bathrooms with butternut countertops, soapstone sinks, and slate flooring. Refurbished stonework in the keeping room. Two fireplaces. Handmade windows and screens on […]

c. 1823
  • Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania
  • $2,985,000

Set on an enchanting 98 acres, down a quarter mile drive through mature woodland, and nicely removed from a quiet country road in historic Bucks County, River Ridge Farm is a treasure. An historic red brick, one room school house is on the property, at entrance to the lane. Once known as the Guggenheim Estate, […]

c. 1726
  • Westford , Massachusetts
  • $1,300,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Beautifully sited on 8.3 rolling acres with pastoral views, the Coolidge House is a true Westford landmark. Built in 1726, this home offers nearly 3,200 square feet of living space, including a large family room with hardwood flooring, cathedral ceiling, gas fireplace with floor-to-ceiling stone hearth and cozy built-in window […]

c. 1600
  • Palisades, New York
  • $2,295,000

The “Big House” is a stunning historic estate and farm built in the 18th and 19th century and is located on 4.4 park-like acres in Sneden’s Landing, New York. The home has been continuously lived in for 350 years. Originally built in the late 1600’s and over the centuries updated and expanded. The three-story home […]

Directly across from the Hart-Cluett Mansion, this charming property is timeless and loaded with historic details and craftsmanship. Currently used as the owner’s business and residence, it remains versatile and can be used in a number of ways. Located in the heart of the Central Business District on a tree lined street, within walking distance […]

c. 1818
  • Haworth, New Jersey
  • $1,750,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! A charming piece of history in Haworth, New Jersey, the 1818 Christie Zabriskie Dutch Colonial Stone Farmhouse. On the Historical Register and with only 4 owners in the past 200 years, this pink sandstone and wood clad house is at once beautifully preserved and updated for today’s homeowner. It’s an […]

c. 1792
  • Glasgow, Virginia
  • $1,195,000

Fancy Hill is a breathtaking piece of history!! Being the largest of the famous Seven Hills of Rockbridge County, this historic Federal style manor features grand white columns, meticulously manicured Williamsburg lawns & is perched on a knoll with gorgeous views of rolling pastures and mountains. Built in the late 18th century, the mansion has […]

c. 1800
  • Bluff City, Tennessee
  • $1,475,000

Enter into the tree shaded, emerald green lawns of the stately Cole-McClellan house sitting on 5 +/- acres and you know you are home. This historic, park-like Sullivan County treasure has been owned by only 3 families. The original log portion was built in 1785 by the Cole family and two years later enclosed in […]

c. 1731
  • Mertztown, Pennsylvania
  • $595,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Built circa 1731 and lovingly maintained, this historic home exudes country charm while incorporating modern upgrades throughout. A perfect blend of old and new, Sacony House is a private oasis that is within easy reach of shopping, dining and commuter routes. Exposed wood beams and pine floors create a warm […]

c. 1750
  • Scituate, Massachusetts
  • $540,000

Come explore the oceanside village of Scituate and all it has to offer.  Just .6 to downtown Scituate Harbor this Cute 1750 antique has been in the same family for three generations!  Many updates and custom features throughout.  Solid post and beam construction it was thought that this was once the carriage house or barn […]

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