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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. 1791
  • Charlestown, Massachusetts
  • $1,589,000

Own a home with real meaning and significance. Rarely available, this one-of-a-kind Federal style condo is one of only two units in the historical Wiley House–built in 1791 and converted […]

c. 1766
  • New Park, Pennsylvania
  • $490,000

Watch the 3D tour here! Own a piece of history in this remarkably well maintained Germanic residence known as “Paynes Folly”. Hand hewn chestnut beams still retain the Roman numerals […]

c. 1818
  • Matawan, New Jersey
  • $499,000

The historic home of Philip Freneau- “Poet of the Revolution”. This well maintained and spacious 3200 sqft, 5-bedroom house is filled with details from Federal, Victorian, and later periods and […]

c. 1800
  • Elkton, Maryland
  • $425,000

Restored stone colonial home with expansive family room addition which was tastefully done and maintains the character and charm of this historical gem. From the moment you enter the long […]

c. 1790
  • Canaan, New York
  • $1,350,000

Turning Leaves Farm is an exquisite 18th-century homestead on more than a hundred tranquil acres with a carriage house, artist’s studio, historic bank barn, fruit trees, four deepwater ponds, rushing […]

c. 1690
  • Tiverton, Rhode Island
  • $238,000

The Barker House Sometime back in the late 1600’s, my family received a land grant from England and came to the Colonies to build what would become one of Rhode […]

c. 1770
  • Annapolis, Maryland
  • $1,395,000

One of the prettiest homes in Historic Annapolis — full of history and charm! OFF-STREET PARKING TO ACCOMMODATE 4 CARS makes this a rare opportunity to enjoy all the pleasures […]

c. 1772
  • Pleasant Valley, New York
  • $1,800,000

Luxurious country living on historic Brick House Farm estate built in 1760s by early settler Sarah Tobias Newcomb. While her husband, Zaccheus, was away fighting for the loyalists, she sent […]

c. 1811
  • Congers, New York
  • $299,000

Ever Dream of Restoring a Historic Diamond in the Rough? Here’s Your Opportunity! This 4 Bedroom 2200 Sq Ft Victorian is Waiting for You! Situated on a .39 Acre Lot. […]

c. 1739
  • Morristown, New Jersey
  • $865,000

Colonial Home on 3 Beautiful Acres!  Old World Charm!  This Home is Truly Special with Lots of Potential.  Needs Updating.  Original Structure Circa 1739.  Expanded in the 1970s. 7-Car Detached […]

c. 1821
  • Marietta, Pennsylvania
  • $579,900

Character Abounds in Ironmaster Henry Musselman’s Circa 1821 Italianate Summer Home and Counting House. Become the next steward of this lovingly restored Marietta Mansion. Too many features to list them […]

c. 1820
  • Chaumont, New York
  • $229,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! If walls could talk! Just imagine what has transpired since 1820. Situated on 2.11 acres in the village of Chaumont you will enjoy the spacious […]