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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. 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 […]

c. 1790
  • Queensbury, New York
  • $749,900

Updated historic colonial, currently a bed & breakfast, bordered by country stone walls and rural views. Unique opportunity to live a charming lifestyle while remaining close to urban amenities. Center […]

c. 1770
  • Frelinghuysen Twp., New Jersey
  • $399,000

Not very often does an opportunity like this come along: Set on almost 5 acres (4.7) of park- like grounds, this Circa 1750 Colonial stone house is waiting for its […]

c. 1800
  • Christiansted, St. Croix,
  • $849,000

Are you looking for a unique, in-demand rental property or running your own Bed and Breakfast in the Caribbean? Well, here’s your opportunity! From the moment you enter the gates […]

c. 1762
  • Westbury, New York
  • $2,998,000

Six acre estate with 18th Century farmhouse. The Henry Post house dates back to 1762 and is situated on arboretum-like grounds consisting of formal gardens, pristine woods and meadows. In […]

c. 1792
  • Chatham, New York
  • $1,950,000

Day-O Farm is the complete Hudson Valley estate, located in perfect privacy just minutes outside the village of Chatham. Available for the first time in nearly 30 years, Harry Belafonte’s […]

c. 1812
  • Chatham, New York
  • $625,000

Built during the war of 1812, the John Jay Van Valkenburgh house is an Adams inspired Federal house that has been meticulously restored with modern conveniences sensitively incorporated. Four original […]

c. 1785
  • Greenwich, Connecticut
  • $4,795,000

HOBBY PECK HOUSE – One of the great estates! An extraordinarily beautiful and unparalleled compound of 36.96 acres in a lovely magical setting. Charm filled 7 bedroom, 5 bath farmhouse […]

c. 1800
  • Boylston, Massachusetts
  • $750,000

Welcome to Cottonwood Place, a “one of a kind”property sited way back from the road in the center of Boylston’s historic center. Set on a 1.28 acre lot surrounded by […]

c. 1830
  • Orange, Virginia
  • $599,000

Holladay House c.1830 named after Dr. Lewis Holladay, the town’s prominent doctor & the Holladay family that owned the property for 101 years. This Federal-style building was standing when President […]

c. 1810
  • Circleville, Ohio
  • $850,000

Historically significant Classic Colonial sits on 35 pastoral acres and includes two ponds and a stream. Tree lined circular driveway leads to the main residence, built in approx. 1810. Lovingly […]

c. 1750
  • Upton, Massachusetts
  • $749,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! A treasured piece of history built by the Taft family, circa 1750. Home to only six families in the last 250 years, making this […]