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. 1750
  • Millbrook, New York
  • $1,250,000

1750’s farmhouse combined with an 1890 Greek Revival home located in Millbrook, Dutchess County, NY. The home has been featured in The NY Times and HV Magazine, offers three ensuite bedrooms, two with fireplaces, and three additional bedrooms/offices. Two parlor rooms with pocket doors, each with twinning fireplaces, a formal dining room with fireplace, designer […]

c. 1784
  • Woolwich, Maine
  • $900,000

The Lt. Hathorn House ca. 1784 nestled on 16.80± acres in Woolwich, Maine complete with 616’ of water frontage on Nequasset Lake and a rustic lakeside cabin. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places “in recognition of its architectural significance as a good example of late-Georgian/early-federal-style domestic architecture.” This home features all the charm […]

c. 1704
  • New Hope, Pennsylvania
  • $7,950,000

One of the finest estate properties in Bucks County, Finale Farm is a noble retreat deeply rooted in the heritage of the area with an original structure dating to 1704. On 33 acres in a pristine Solebury Township setting, the manor house is set far off the road with magnificent repose. The house has been […]

c. 1794
  • Penn Yan, New York
  • $899,000

The Wagener Estate, an exquisite historic home with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, purchased and restored by the great great grand family of the original owners, sits on a hill on the edge of the Village of Penn Yan, with views of majestic Keuka Lake. The property was built by Abraham Wagener, one of the […]

c. 1758
  • Kinderhook, New York
  • $899,000

Price Reduction! THE TORY HOUSE also known as the Peter Sander Van Alstyne House, Kinderhook, New York, is on both the National and New York State Registry of Historic Places ; built 1758 to 1776, one of Hudson River Valley’s best examples of gambrel-roofed brick Dutch Colonial architecture.With fascinating history, this rare estate has location, […]

c. 1760
  • New Lebanon, New York
  • $995,000

Welcome to the Donnelly House, circa 1760. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this charming period home is situated among 24 lush acres and a stunning vista of The Berkshires. Wide board floors, beamed ceilings and fireplace mantles illustrate details of a colonial  age. The home is placed side by side to a […]

c. 1810
  • Dudley, Massachusetts
  • $800,000

One of a kind legacy home! This stately mansard-roof gem with porte-cochere is elegantly set on 2.75 well-manicured acres surrounded by gorgeous protected fields. Main living space encompasses approx. 4000 sf plus add’l 2-3 private suites for multi-generational living or Airbnb/B&B potential. Quality craftsmanship evidenced by ornate fireplace mantels, dentil moldings, built-in nooks & wainscoting. […]

c. 1730
  • Middleboro, Massachusetts
  • $550,000

Welcome Home to this stunning newly restored cape with custom millwork and leaded glass windows! Bright and sunny home with large 12 over 12 windows and refinished wood floors throughout. This house includes a main suite on the first floor with walk-in closet and bathroom with walk-in shower, built-in linen cabinet and custom vanity. The […]

c. 1809
  • Hegins, Pennsylvania
  • $249,250

Current appraisal on file for over asking price! New septic system being installed Come see this farmhouse sits on 3 beautiful acres in the gorgeous Hegins Valley with mountain views, with partially wooded lot and creek surrounding the property. Wildlife frequents the acreage with a small stream running through the property which is great for […]

c. 1812
  • 18 Second St, Watkinsville, GA 30677, Georgia
  • $1,200,000

This majestic home was lovingly restored to its former glory in 2018, using historic materials whenever possible to replace missing or damaged original materials. Referred to locally as The Osborn House, this fully restored home invites you to step back to the 1840’s. The main house welcomes you with its wide, covered front porch and […]

c. 1770
  • Still Pond, Maryland
  • $1,465,000

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 lovingly owned by the same family since 1963. Hepbron’s Choice is a rare opportunity to acquire a totally restored/renovated and immaculately maintained piece of history. […]

Welcome to the historic Frederick Nance House, an exceptionally refined Greek revival design attributed to world renowned architect Robert Mills. Having designed some of the nation’s most prominent public buildings, including the Washington Monument, this one was uniquely created as a private residence. Nestled in the heart of Newberry, this well-restored mansion was built c. […]

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