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. 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 […]

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. 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 […]

c. 1721
  • Georgetown, South Carolina
  • $685,000

Imagine owning a truly unique home. Perfect for Primary Residence or Secondary Investment Property (or both) with fabulous proven cash flow and wonderful guest comments about  The Thomas Bolem House. Extensive documented rehab, resulting in a total transformation from behind the walls out, including taking the house back to its bones and discovering 4 beautiful […]

c. 1820
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • $749,000

Welcome to 254 S Quince Street, a historic 1820s Federal-style home set on Washington Square West’s most sought after, tree-lined, and cobblestone street. A classic black door and red shutters set the tone of this traditional home and invite you to step inside and discover the perfect blend of original style paired perfectly with contemporary […]

c. 1830
  • Kinderhook, New York
  • $1,325,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! From the moment you step into its welcoming, classically proportioned entrance hall, this stunning Federal home will charm you with exquisite architectural details, elegant entertaining rooms and comfortable casual spaces. With 5 BR, 3 full & 2 1/2 baths, marble spa, wide-board floors, 9/10-foot ceilings, 6-over-6 windows, elaborate moldings & […]

c. 1790
  • Heath, Massachusetts
  • $395,000

Beautifully maintained classic c.1790 Colonial on 7.5 acres overlooking an open meadow and seasonal views of the hills beyond. This antique treasure has been loved and well cared for and represents the perfect balance blending the charm of yesteryear with modern convenience of today. Many renovations have been done, preserving the many period details complimented […]

c. 1781
  • White Township, New Jersey
  • $499,000

Original stone house built by early settler John Axford. Situated near the Pequest River and adjacent to state preservation land. Country Kitchen with dining area plus fireplace, formal dining room with original stone wall and radiant heated floor. Open living room and family room both with fireplaces and original wide plank floors. Beamed ceilings throughout […]

c. 1790
  • Randolph, Massachusetts
  • $898,000

A wonderful opportunity to become the steward of this historic home’s next chapter. For three decades, the “First Congregational Parsonage”; built in 1790, was lovingly cared for and updated by one family. They watched their children’s baby steps become cartwheels on the expansive private grounds, hosted dinner parties on those long summer nights and shared […]

c. 1745
  • Flourtown, Pennsylvania
  • $629,999

Close to everything! Hiking, fishing, nature as well as restaurants, shopping, and Chestnut Hill — a top (sub)urban neighborhood of Philly. This historic gem has been well loved over two centuries. A rare ‘rural’ gem in midst of urban area. Lovingly restored and updated move-in ready 250 year old home on over an acre and […]

c. 1769
  • West Hartford, Connecticut
  • $415,000

Historic Treasure! The Benjamin Colton House, circa 1769, is one of the town’s few surviving 18th-century houses and on the National Register of Historic Places. This center chimney Colonial with brownstone foundation has a notch in historical time and showcases the classic appointments that reflect memories of artistry and pride. Wide-plank floors, wood panels, beehive […]

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