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c. 1877
  • Danville, Virginia
  • $65,000

Initially constructed before 1877, the house began life as a smaller single-family home. Italianate in appearance with bracketed cornice and low hip roof, it is presently configured as two five-room […]

c. 1917
  • Danville, Virginia
  • $19,200

One level living

c. 1910
  • Catasauqua, Pennsylvania
  • $675,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! Historic Mansion built by the King of Silk at the turn of the century. After an initial expansion, this structure of 56 rooms now […]

c. 1928
  • Aurora, Minnesota
  • $35,000

Cash price $35,000 Beautiful peaceful countryside setting with 2.5 acres of land, peaceful and calm.. feels like a much bigger lot due to surrounding fields…. house needs some rehab and […]

c. 1912
  • Waycross, Georgia
  • $69,900

This is a Large South Georgia Victorian home close to the Georgia- Florida coastline that is nearby to major highways going to fun places like Savannah, St. Simons Island, Fernandina, […]

c. 1776
  • Valley Cottage, New York
  • $690,000

A Rare Opportunity to Own Your Own 1 Acre Mini Estate alongside Lake DeForest. This Serene Enclave Consists of a 1700’s Dutch Colonial Farm House, a Cottage, and a Converted […]

c. 1877
  • Danville, Virginia
  • $35,000

The home, which could be either a single or a duplex, is set on an unusual triangular lot at the intersection of Chestnut and Pine Streets. 125 Chestnut Street was […]

c. 1920
  • Danville, Virginia
  • $12,000

Home to the city’s last Civil War veteran

c. 1829-1846
  • Warrenton, North Carolina
  • $175,000

Watch the 3D Tour here! Significant Greek Revival/Italianate-style house on 75 acres in picturesque Warren County. Earliest section built for Ann Arnold Key and Daniel Turner, the daughter and son-in-law […]

c. 1800
  • Warrenton, North Carolina
  • $16,500

Early house in charming Warrenton historic district and home of prominent cabinet-maker Thomas Reynolds! Just 1 hour from Raleigh and Durham and 2 hours from Richmond, VA. The building will […]

c. 1947
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • $195,000

Be a part of history by living in a Lustron house, an enameled steel home designed with efficiency in mind. Very few were fabricated between 1947 and 1950! This jewel […]

c. 1800
  • Williamston, North Carolina
  • $35,000

The Smithwick-Green-Clark House is one of a few surviving early nineteenth century farmhouses in Martin County.  Constructed around 1800 for John Smithwick, it retains much of its original transitional Georgian-Federal […]