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. 1875
  • Boston, Massachusetts
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Hunneman has been exclusively retained to market The Hayden Building (the “Property”), a recently renovated mixed-use building with retail on the first floor and four (4) two-bed/one-bath loft-style apartments above. […]

Once In A Lifetime Opportunity! Elegantly Appointed Atop 2.6 Private Acres & Set Back on the End of a Quiet Street sits Bridgewater’s Most Notable Eighteenth Century House – The […]

c. 1763
  • Sunderland, Massachusetts
  • $635,000

Extensively renovated historic c.1763 Colonial once known as the Old Caleb Hubbard Tavern features quality workmanship and careful attention to detail preserving the period details of yesteryear combined with modern […]

For Sale By Owner: Have you been dreaming of living in the picturesque town of Westport within walking distance to the beach and the train, with access to a state […]

c. 1480
  • Great Chart, ASHFORD, Kent, England,
  • $1,490,000

Little Singleton Farm Little Singleton Farm, a 1480s Grade II* listed former Hall House is a Medieval property and is our much-loved family home. It has provided the perfect location […]

c. 1790
  • Queensbury, New York
  • $995,000

Renovated historic colonial retreat close to Adirondack Park, Lake George, airport, marinas, urban amenities. Commune with nature in grand style with swimming pool surrounded by perennial gardens, lush landscaping, fenced […]

1477 Yellow Springs Road is a classic fieldstone Chester County Farmhouse with Barn on 2.2 lush acres across from West Pikeland’s Pine Creek Park, a park containing 70 acres with […]

c. 1830
  • Palmyra, Virginia
  • $925,000

Opportunities abound at Welsummer Farm!  The charming c. 1830’s home was the personal residence of Richard McCary, the builder of Carysbrook Plantation and the Old Stone Jail in Fluvanna County.  […]

c. 1785
  • Kilmarnock, Virginia
  • $1,525,000

Clifton, on the National Register of Historic Places, offers 127 private acres of rolling woodlands and open fields that was once part of the vast holdings of Robert “King” Carter. […]

c. 1790
  • Easton, Connecticut
  • $925,000

Welcome to this private Easton estate with nearly 6 acres to enjoy. The Colonial home, built in 1790, is bright with a natural flow throughout. Numerous KEY updates: New Windows […]

c. 1905
  • Hudson, New York
  • $1,250,000

Located on an exclusive Hudson street and designed in 1905 by renowned architect, Marcus Reynolds, this wonderful, historic brick carriage house has distinctive architectural details and is now converted to […]

c. 1775
  • Port Royal, Virginia
  • $249,000

1775 home with incredible historic potential in historic district. Great interior detail including wide center hall with elegant staircase, walnut floors and more. Eligible for tax credit restoration, bed & […]

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