Old Houses with Barns for Sale

Houses With Barns for Sale

The Perfect Accessory.

Ahhhh, the smell of fresh country air. The sound of crickets. Pumpkin patches, apple orchards, and haunted hayrides. Is there anything more wholesome than living in a house that sits right alongside a historic barn? Escape the hustle and bustle for a moment and take in the beauty of these old houses, all of which come with beautiful barns on the premises.

c. 1957
  • Middleburg, Virginia
  • $3,800,000

Welcome to White Oak Farm! 1st time offering of this spectacular property anchored by a stone “Hanback” built house. Many local estate homes were built with the utmost care and attention to detail by the legendary local Hanback family firm. Examples include the late Paul Mellon’s main residence and the Trinity Episcopal Church in Upperville. […]

c. 1886
  • Lenox, Massachusetts
  • $12,500,000

The Elm Court Estate retains the title of the largest American Shingle Style home in the United States. The extraordinary Gilded Age Berkshire Cottage was built by William Douglas Sloane and Emily Vanderbilt, (granddaughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt), along with architects Peabody & Stearns in 1886. The gardens and landscape were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. […]

c. 1855
  • Upper Marlboro, Maryland
  • $2,100,000

Set on 28+ picturesque acres, Waverly Mansion is a historic landmark and a superb equestrian facility MINUTES TO DC & ANNAPOLIS. Built in 1855 by the prosperous tobacco grower, John W. Burroughs, this elegant Italianate Victorian, a rare remaining example of period Big-House two-staircase design, is richly appointed with high ceilings, elaborate moldings and medallions, […]

c. 1785
  • Montville, New Jersey
  • $499,000

Charm & endless potential abound in this historic Victorian set on 1.69 acres. From the covered front porch welcome to the wide plank wood floors, soaring ceilings, unique archways & spacious rooms, the architectural details will capture your heart. Features include: LR w/fireplace & bay window inset; formal DR w/butlers pantry; powder rm & EIK […]

c. 1820
  • North Haven, Maine
  • $765,000

Pulpit’s End Farm is a restored, nineteenth-century farmhouse surrounded by 13.34± acres of rolling fields and water with broad views over the fields to Upper Pulpit Harbor and Salt Pond. The main house is a classic Cape-style residence that has been fully updated for three-season use with comfortable living spaces, three wood-burning fireplaces and original […]

c. 1800
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
  • $384,000

Situated on 10.28 acres, with a registered land and buildings façade easement, this completely restored farmhouse with formal gardens was the scene of Indian trade with early colonial settlers along the Beaver Dam Creek, and later, part of the Gettysburg Campaign. The farm has an original summer kitchen with original walk-in hearth fireplace, a granary, […]

c. 1731
  • The Plains, Virginia
  • $2,850,000

Looking for your private retreat in the country? West Riding is it. This stunning renovated country home presents a historical masterpiece coupled with a sophisticated, contemporary design. The house is made up of thoughtful additions anchored by a 1700s log cabin on 25 open yet rolling acres. It offers 3+ bedrooms, 3 full baths and […]

c. 1797
  • Bluemont, Virginia
  • $2,850,000

Rock Hill Farm has been making history since the early days of the founding of this country! Original portion of the home was built in 1797 in the Quaker plan of a two-story, with stucco over stone and Federal in style, it was once a large plantation and dairy.. Today it is home to thoroughbred […]

c. 1856
  • Altamont, Tennessee
  • $599,000

In 1856 Colonel Northcut built this property. It’s on the national historical registry featured as the Northcut house. The house was later sold to Miss Fanny Moffett. She was a very wealthy spinster who owns stock in many local companies coal mines and timber companies. Miss Fanny had money in the walls and under the […]

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

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

c. 1830
  • Brookeville, Maryland
  • $550,000

This is an extraordinary restoration opportunity in historic Brookeville Maryland.

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