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.

Charming Stone Farmhouse on 29.49 acres in Mt Bethel PA. Beautiful architecture melds a 1700 farmhouse, completely renovated to an addition four story high, hosting a fantastic living space. Panoramic views, from sun room, Cathedral ceilings and windowed Great Hall, plus wrap around porches, all give plenty of entertaining areas for guests, a versatile oasis! […]

c. 1800
  • Winchester, Kentucky
  • $325,000

Take a drive through the county and own a piece of history, Schollsville Road once a Settlement of Daniel Boone and then the Scholls, 2551 Schollsville Road is a step-into history, beautiful stairway, hardwood floors, wood mantles, white brick, and green grass fields surround this farming community, dreams of living in the county can be […]

c. 1822
  • Charlottesville, Virginia
  • $4,200,000

Oak Lawn is notably one of the most historic homes in Charlottesville, designed and built by a Scots-Irishman, James Dinsmore, for Colonel Nimrod Bramham c.1822. This fine residence is a classic example of Jeffersonian Palladianism. Dinsmore, a master carpenter for Thomas Jefferson, worked on Monticello, the Rotunda and Pavilions III, V & VIII on the […]

c. 1780
  • Townsend, Massachusetts
  • $799,000

Set on 2.5 acres of land, this 1780s colonial boasts 3,800+ sq. ft. of living space and historic details throughout, including hand-hewn beams. First floor layout provides great flow for entertaining, with an oversized family room that features a large wood stove and patio access. The large country kitchen is perfect for preparing meals and […]

There’s no denying the allure of Washington Square West, with its tree-lined streets and its access to delightful bistros, gourmet food shops, friendly cafes, fine restaurants, and local pubs. But the 300 block of Fawn Street truly epitomizes the neighborhood’s charm. Completely unexpected, this cart path block sits right in the heart of Washington Square […]

c. 1792
  • Jefferson, Pennsylvania
  • $634,900

Escape to another time and become the owner of this remarkable 1792 historic home. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this home is a must see. Perched on over 11 peaceful acres you’ll be sure to call this home your American dream. As you step inside you will immediately feel the warmth and […]

c. 1700
  • Yorktown Heights, New York
  • $625,000

Enjoy all the charm & character of yesteryear with the amenities of today in this unique pre-revolutionary home! Lovingly restored with attention to detail. Updated kitchen boasts Vermont Soapstone countertops & custom cabinets made from 1700s barnwood & restored farmhouse sink along with pantry & Dutch door out! Expansive Living Room/Dining Room adorned with original […]

c. 1768
  • Hillsborough, North Carolina
  • $1,400,000

One of the oldest homes in town–and a central player in its long history–141 East King Street embodies the enduring stature and unique charm of Hillsborough’s Historic District. The closest residence to the center of town, “Walkable Hillsborough” cannot get easier than a walk from here to anywhere on Churton Street. Yet despite its convenient […]

c. 1790
  • Doylestown, Pennsylvania
  • $5,700,000

Tucked away in Buckingham Township, Spring Meadow Farm epitomizes the Bucks County farm estate, a tranquil retreat with all of the elements one needs for an upscale country lifestyle. Accessible via two gated entrances, the house is hidden from the road and situated on 18.3 acres, assuring privacy. The pristine setting with 2 stone-walled ponds […]

c. 1776
  • Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
  • $659,900

This circa 1776 home in the desirable Central Massachusetts town of Shrewsbury offers the perfect blend of old-world charm and contemporary living. The exterior of the home is in the style of a classic New England village antique, with wrap-around front porch and floor-to-ceiling windows. Inside you will find bright, modern rooms with just enough […]

Standing the test of time, Indian Banks Circa 1699 & 1728 has witnessed over three hundred years of history & the founding of a nation. An icon on Virginia’s Northern Neck, Indian Banks is situated on Morattico Creek at its confluence with the Rappahannock River. In August 1608, Captain John Smith visited the Moraughtacund Native […]

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Newly renovated circa 1827 stone house built in the federal style located in the historic hamlet of Essex NY reflects today’s modern amenities while maintaining the beauty and grandeur of the original home.  The Shumway House, constructed of locally quarried limestone has been updated with a versatile floor plan using […]

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