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. 1820
  • Hooksett, New Hampshire
  • $2,400,000

This Colonial Farmhouse has been beautifully updated over the years with high-end custom features, and great care has been taken to preserve the architectural details of the original 1820’s Farmhouse. It has a picturesque porch, perfect for relaxing in the morning or catching the beautiful sunset. It features a gorgeous kitchen with custom hickory cabinets […]

c. 1780
  • Stone Ridge, New York
  • $2,750,000

Looking to live comfortably in a piece of local history? Welcome to 49 Old Kings Highway in Stone Ridge, a fully-restored 1700’s center hall stone home on 125 bucolic, open acres. This stunning cut-stone colonial home boasts many original features, a grand addition and the incomparable acreage. It has been completely upgraded since the current […]

c. 1780
  • Camden, South Carolina
  • $759,000

Welcome to The Washington House, C. 1780. Rich in both history and charm and nestled on more than an acre of land in the historic district. The expansive Colonial style home offers 5 bedrooms & 5 full baths, & just over 5200 square feet of living space in the main house. The original house, visited […]

c. 1830
  • White Hall, New York
  • $1,200,000

Escape to another place and time at “Lavenlair Farm” in the heart of Washington County, in the midst of Vermont, Montreal and the Adirondacks. This is an 1830’s historic farm and acreage created into a working viable lavender farm but the possibilities are endless! Experience acres of fragrant and culinary lavender transformed into a wonderful […]

c. 1741
  • Quakertown, Pennsylvania
  • $1,595,000

Watch the Virtual Tour Here! OPEN HOUSE Saturday September 11th, 12-2pm Click Here for more info Resting on 64 acres of preserved land, Stone Walk Farm is a countryside haven in picturesque Bucks County. Past a spring fed pond and Pennsylvania bank barn, the circular driveway leads to a stately stone farmhouse dating to the […]

c. 1760
  • Henderson, North Carolina
  • $998,000

Seated upon nearly 10 acres adjacent to the Henderson Country Club, the historic Bellewood Estate includes a stately 4500 s.f. home constructed circa 1760, a separate in-law suite apartment (1,350 s.f.),a six-stall barn, saltwater pool and pool house w/ outdoor fireplace, sauna. Fully fenced and gated; ready for your horses. Long driveway to circular drive […]

c. 1765
  • Suffield, Connecticut
  • $695,000

This historic New England Home offers the best of both worlds. This is a rare opportunity to purchase Fuller’s Corner, an historic Colonial Revival that has been in the Fuller family for ten generations. In front, an historic district neighborhood, but in back, pastoral views across farm fields that are preserved forever in a land […]

This historic country retreat, a two-hour drive from New York City, is nestled among New York’s beautiful Catskill Mountains, on ten acres of sweeping manicured lawns and rolling hills. The stately Federal style house, with Greek Revival details, was one of architect A. J. Davis’ early works.  It was built around 1829 by one of […]

c. 1814
  • Eatonton, Georgia
  • $1,074,000

The Judge Jenkins estate is located on 11.2 acres in Eatonton’s historic district. Eatonton, is located in GA.’s Lake Country, where water sports, golfing and recreation abound. It is 1 hour from the Atlanta airport via I-20. And 1 hr. from Athens. This house has been completely renovated with emphasis on preservation of historic details […]

c. 1811
  • Sparks, Maryland
  • $3,499,000

Strawberry Hill encompasses nearly 28 bucolic acres of privacy, with mature English gardens, grande arbors consisting of countless mature specimen trees and expansive meadow views. A saltwater infinity pool, professionally designed hardscapes and softscapes offer a number of outdoor living spaces while a gently flowing stream brings peace and harmony to the property. Painstakingly renovated […]

c. 1720
  • York, Maine
  • $775,000

The Lewis-Adams House, an 18th Century original, dates to 1720. This cherished home was moved from Kittery in 1972. Such a treasure to find a thoughtfully restored and preserved antique home on a new foundation with so many upgrades. This classic center chimney colonial has 3 plus bedrooms, 6 fireplaces, and many period details still […]

c. 1820
  • , Massachusetts
  • $895,000

Rare brick, temple-and-wing brick Federal, privately set amid mature trees & shrubs. This Richmond landmark comprises beautiful double parlors, 3 fireplaces, kitchen (with original fireplace), butler’s pantry, & sunroom on the first floor; 3 bedrooms (2 with fireplaces) plus home office & 2 baths on the second. Once owned by artist, illustrator, & printmaker Albert […]

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