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Craftsman Style Houses for Sale

As American as Apple Pie.

Dark and handsome, that’s how we roll. There’s just something so majestic and sturdy about the Craftsman style, with its exaggerated brackets and deep, serious porches. Like the best old houses, these beauties were BUILT TO LAST. Coast to coast, far and wide, the good ol’ Craftsman is an American staple.

6,000 square foot home + 2,500 square foot artist’s studio completely independent of main home & deeded for extra living space. Two for the price of one in a country […]

c. 1916
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • $649,900

Built in 1916, this bungalow home welcomes you with landscape lighting and a large front porch. Step inside to original hardwood flooring throughout and the living room with a detailed […]

c. 1905
  • Los Angeles, California
  • $895,000

This is a one-and-a-half story example of a Tudor Revival Craftsman bungalow. It is of frame construction with overlap board and wood shingle siding. The design is loosely symmetrical in […]

Early 1900’s 2 story blonde brick Bungalow with over 2800 square feet of living space in Historic German Village. *A great alternative for anyone looking for a 1st floor Owner’s […]

c. 1909
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • $525,000

WILSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ** The “crown jewel” of Jefferson Park. Built in 1909, the owners have painstakingly rehabbed this home allowing no detail to remain untouched. From its period specific […]

c. 1925
  • Rose Valley, Pennsylvania
  • $639,900

Welcome to Walton’s Forge and the Rose Valley Historic District!  Rose Valley was designated an historic district by the U.S. Department of Interior in July of 2010. The creation of […]

c. 1905
  • Mount Dora, Florida
  • $664,900

OWN A PIECE OF MOUNT DORA HISTORY! Circa 1905, a Craftsman beauty, is steps to the heartbeat of town & has views of Lake Dora from massive wrap porch, office […]

c. 1917
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • $849,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! Circa 1917 “Because no one deserves to live in a boring house!” Located in the Yalecrest Historic District, this fun arts and crafts bungalow […]

c. 1914
  • Macon, Georgia
  • $325,000

Fabulous Historical Home in Macon, Georgia, built in 1914.  Known throughout Macon and Georgia as the Glass House, featured in several Tour of Homes, this home has a highly successful […]

c. 1910
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • $675,000

Incredible opportunity to own a historic estate in the heart of Mesta Park! Impressive curb appeal welcomes you to the expansive wrap around front porch. Once inside, you’ll appreciate the […]