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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. 1750
  • Newton, New Jersey
  • $385,000

Recently featured in  Country Sampler Magazine, this Beautiful Stone Colonial built in 1750, with an addition built in 1800, rests on 9 acres in rural Sussex County, New Jersey.  Just […]

c. 1800
  • Walton, New York
  • $295,000

Escape to the country! This historic farmhouse has been lovingly renovated after being stripped down to the studs and rebuilt from the inside out by a master craftsman. Featuring all […]

c. 1750
  • Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
  • $150,000

Welcome to Wolfeboro New Hampshire, America’s oldest vacation resort. Take a considerable look at this highly desirable 1.5 story building with ample parking on a busy 0.12 acre corner lot. […]

c. 1777
  • Williamsburg, Massachusetts
  • $399,900

Welcome to the oldest home in Goshen, the Cyrus Lyon House. This historic home has been lovingly restored and updated by the current owner while respecting its 1777 origins, leaving […]

c. 1758
  • Millbrook, New York
  • $4,950,000

One of the most iconic estates of Millbrook with a colorful provenance dating from 1758, Lithgow Farm is incomparable. With over 200 acres of light woodlands, rolling pastures, and one […]

c. 1790
  • Sharon, Connecticut
  • $595,000

Full of original details, this circa 1790 home evokes a charm and coziness of an earlier time.

c. 1809
  • Upper Marlboro, Maryland
  • $624,000

Considered one of the most important historic estates in Prince George’s County Maryland, the William W. Duley House (c.1809) has been beautifully restored and renovated. Featuring a private setting with […]

c. 1813
  • Elliottsburg, Pennsylvania
  • $350,000

Historic 1813 Stone dwelling with an attached Tannery business. Almost 3,000 sq. feet of restored living space: main level has large kitchen with new appliances and fireplace, formal living and […]

c. 1769
  • Hagerstown, Maryland
  • $1,100,000

The historic (circa ~1770) Oxbow Bend Farm, a premium 25-acre 3300+ waterfront footage estate unlike any other, is nestled on three sides by the banks of the Antietam Creek. This […]

c. 1800
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
  • $384,000

Situated on 10.28 acres, with a registered land and buildings façade easement, this completely restored farmhouse with formal gardens was the scene of Indian trade with early colonial settlers along […]

“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. 1790
  • Killingworth, Connecticut
  • $849,900

Gentleman’s Farm – this is the perfect place to escape from it all. Lovely 1790 post and beam antique cape, remodeled with today’s sought after upgrades but done with extreme […]