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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. 1824
  • Terre Haute, Indiana
  • $350,000

The Lambert-Dickson House Ca. 1824. If You Are Craving An Idyllic Farmhouse Experience, This Home Might Just Do! Located On 3 Well-Landscaped Acres With Views Into Miles Of Farmland & […]

c. 1751
  • Pearl River, New York
  • $725,000

Vintage details include beamed ceilings, wide board floors, two cast iron wood stoves, antique windows and Dutch door.

c. 1793
  • Bordentown, New Jersey
  • $750,000

The most prominent corner in historic Bordentown is an apt match for the impressive grandeur of this treasured home built by Colonel Joseph Borden, son of the town’s namesake, successful […]

c. 1830
  • Port Matilda, Pennsylvania
  • $525,000

1830’s Iron Master’s Home built and owned by the Founders of Penn State University.  Located just 8 miles from Penn State’s iconic Beaver Stadium and charming downtown State College, PA […]

Welcome to the historic Marvin Robinson homestead. This spacious c.1830’s, 5 bed, 3 bath masterpiece sits on over an acre of land. Nestled in the quintessential village of Reading, Vermont. […]

c. 1335
  • Soazza, Switzerland
  • $1,425,463

In these times of uncertainty, Switzerland stands as the most secure country in the world for personal and financial safety (“2019 Women, Peace and Security Index”). Although capitalist to its […]

c. 1817
  • Oley, Pennsylvania
  • $1,100,000

Ha~Penny Farm, a notable Georgian manor house and farmstead located in the scenic Oley Valley, offers an opportunity to become the steward of one of Pennsylvania’s truly notable historic farms […]

c. 1793
  • Cherry Valley, New York
  • $700,000

A rare circa 1793 Georgian-Federal gem, Willow Hill sits on a knoll above the Village of Cherry Valley, NY. Upon entering the home, one is struck by the tremendous central […]

c. 1790
  • Essex, Connecticut
  • $689,000

Own a piece of Essex History in a perfect live/work property with the finest craftsmanship and high end finishes. The Elias Starkey homestead c. 1790 has been tastefully restored with […]

c. 1732
  • Lawrence Township, New Jersey
  • $1,000,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Create art, host gatherings, and find peace in this handsomely-expanded farmhouse, begun in 1732. Set at the end of a deep lawn, it is a […]

c. 1694
  • Darien, Connecticut
  • $699,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Rare Opportunity to own and restore the oldest home in Darien and one of the oldest remaining commercial structures in Connecticut! On the National Register, […]

c. 1825
  • Mocksville, North Carolina
  • $229,900

Ideal Privacy or Cozy Hospitality Venture!  This one-and-a-half story distinctive Federal-style inspired home, built between 1825 and 1835, is a gardener’s secluded paradise or wonderful owner-occupied hospitality venue.  With its […]