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. 1787
  • Summit Point, West Virginia
  • $1,500,000

This historically significant farmhouse was built circa 1787 and was the headquarters for Union soldiers during the Civil War and a hospital after the battle at Antietam. The sprawling 10.4 […]

c. 1770
  • Alexandria, Virginia
  • $1,800,000

Virginia was a Colony when this home was built. The Declaration of Independence was still 6 years in the future! History buffs: The front portion of this 3, 000 sqft […]

c. 1770
  • Still Pond, Maryland
  • $1,650,000

Welcome to Hepbron’s Choice c.1770 aka. WILMIL Farm. This fabulous Eastern Shore estate is nestled on 18 acres in the northwest portion of Kent County Maryland. This property has been […]

c. 1750
  • Tappahannock, Virginia
  • $595,000

Welcome to the Old Customs House, circa 1750, with 19th century additions, located in the Tappahannock Historic District with a commanding presence at the end of Prince Street. This amazing […]

c. 1820
  • Union, Maine
  • $670,000

NEW PRICE!! Enchanting is an understatement for this lovingly maintained 1820 center chimney cape located on 1.25 acres filled with spectacularly designed flower gardens and 385 ft. of private frontage […]

c. 1830
  • Franklin, Tennessee
  • $2,200,000

Built in 1830 Historic “Breezeway” was restored to its original splendor 2011. The 3 bed 2.5 bath home features two stacked stone fireplaces as well as a gas burning fireplace […]

c. 1771
  • Lenox, Massachusetts
  • $849,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! A restored grand Georgian Colonial built by William Walker in 1771. Lower level rooms offer original 6” wide board floors, original moldings and doors (some […]

c. 1830
  • Palmyra, Virginia
  • $799,000

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
  • Moultonborough, New Hampshire
  • $450,000

This extraordinary home built in 1785 has currently been in the same family since the 1930’s. If you are tired of looking at ordinary cookie cutter construction and want a […]

c. 1817
  • Bovina, New York
  • $1,095,000

Located on 4 acres in the stunningly beautiful Town of Bovina, the McNaught Family Farm was established by Scottish immigrants in 1817, and was held by five, successive generations of […]

c. 1800
  • Middletown, Connecticut
  • $299,000

Newly priced to move quickly! Built in 1800, this home was the farmstead from which Wesleyan Hills was created. Inside is exquisite period detail with milled moldings, decorative fireplace surrounds, […]

c. 1800
  • Seekonk, Massachusetts
  • $774,000

Amazing location, large private yard, 3628 sq ft of residential space. An additional 1544 sq ft may be used for a business opportunity or shared living space (Zoned R3). The […]

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