Greek Revival Houses for Sale

Greek Revival Houses for Sale

The Gods Have Spoken.

“Know thyself,” says the infamous inscription above the temple of Apollo at Delphi, in the spur of Mount Parnassus. If thyself has a weakness for the orderly and the classic, then Greek Revival is thy perfect style. But really, who wouldn’t want to enter their front door through a set of dignified, soaring columns? We can think of no more elegant way to live than in one of these statuesque beauties.

c. 1831
  • Columbia, Tennessee
  • $850,000

It doesn’t get more charming than this refurbished historic ‘farmette’ in the heart of Columbia, with complete serene, privacy on 5 acres. Known as Briarwood Mansion, this gorgeous home features stunning original hardwood floors, new 50 year metal roof, soaring 12′ ceilings, 2 custom built limestone fireplaces, updated, KitchenAid appliances, expansive deck, new pool and […]

c. 1835
  • Cooperstown, New York
  • $1,200,000

The White House Inn is Cooperstown, New York’s favorite bed & breakfast inn! This special property features eight guest rooms in the heart of Cooperstown’s Historic District, just three blocks from the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The renowned Glimmerglass Opera Festival, sparkling Otsego Lake and a host of museums, galleries, shops and restaurants are minutes […]

This historic country retreat, a two-hour drive from New York City, is nestled among New York’s beautiful Catskill Mountains, on ten acres of sweeping manicured lawns and rolling hills. The stately Federal style house, with Greek Revival details, was one of architect A. J. Davis’ early works.  It was built around 1829 by one of […]

c. 1856
  • Frederick, Maryland
  • $1,275,000

Steeped in history; yet modern comforts and convenient living showcase this bespoke home! Constructed in 1856 in the Greek Revival style by John Tehan along Tehan’s Row, an early owner of this home was Frederick prominent citizen and friend of Lincoln, Frederick Schley. Original architectural design elements have been carefully and lovingly restored and maintained […]

c. 1849
  • Lettsworth, Louisiana
  • $3,200,000

Noted New Orleans Architect Henry Howard designed the elements of White Hall in the early 1840’s. Home of Senator Bennett Barton Simmes, founder of Simmesport, the house is a liveable 6000 square feet, and has been lovingly restored to the period of his ownership. It is furnished entirely in mid 19th century antiques, which will […]

c. 1853
  • Madison, Georgia
  • $1,450,000

One of Madison’s most beautiful historic homes, The Billups – Tuell House, is on the market for the first time since 1965. This classic Greek Revival raised cottage has been lovingly and meticulously restored and modernized while keeping its historic integrity. A comprehensive restoration project, completed in 2008, included: rebuilding the foundation, porch and roof; […]

c. 1840s
  • Warrenton, North Carolina
  • $35,000

Large gracious home with important early woodwork situated on over an acre that includes a Craftsman-era guest house. Located in lovely Warrenton, noted for its collection of historic buildings. Near Kerr Lake and Lake Gaston. Architectural and Historical Information The Louise Allen House is a lovely, large home built in the 1840s in the Greek […]

c. 1840-1860
  • Milton, North Carolina
  • $32,500

Raised basement Greek Revival cottage on secluded wooded lot; one block from Milton commercial district and Thomas Day Museum (under consideration to become a new State Historic Site!); just minutes from the renowned Virginia International Raceway! An unusual example of a uniquely Milton house type, the Gordon-Brandon House is a modest-scale raised Greek Revival cottage […]

c. 1860
  • Henderson, North Carolina
  • $5,000

Hillman Barnes built this fine Greek Revival house around 1860 to replace a c.1830 house lost to fire. In 1919 Barnes’ grandaughter Nellie and her husband moved the house on logs to adjacent land carved out for them. They added the present two-story rear wing and updated a few of the fireplaces to more fashionable […]

c. 1847
  • Dallas, North Carolina
  • $125,000

Perfectly situated in between Gastonia and Charlotte, this property is ideal for an adaptive re-use office space or residence that provides the elusive combination of urban feel with small town charm! Part of the Dallas Historic District–it’s also eligible for historic tax credits! Architectural and Historical Information Built ca. 1847, the Smyre-Pasour House is one […]

c. 1838
  • Woodbine, Maryland
  • $8,500,000

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

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