Historic Farmhouses for Sale

Historic Farmhouses for Sale

As Far as the Eye Can See.

When it really comes down to it, it’s the simple things that make life the sweetest—especially when enjoyed from a rocking chair on the front porch of a historic farmhouse, surrounded by wide open spaces as far as the eye can see! Dream the day away searching our collection of stunning historical homes for sale on 5 or more acres.

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. 1898
  • Norfolk, Connecticut
  • $1,395,000

“THE ALDERS” (Manor House) Famed Architect Ehrick Rossiter’s English Tudor masterpiece is located in the historic village of Norfolk Ct. on over 5 lush private acres just a few blocks to the historic village center. This rare survivor of the Gilded Age presents 7,000 square feet. The main house offers spacious open public rooms of […]

“Beckford”, a superbly built Federal mansion c. 1803 in the town of Princess Anne on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, is situated on almost 8 acres among mature trees and boxwoods. Built in the finest tradition of the early 19th century, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has over 5,000 […]

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, […]

Two beautiful homes for the price of one. This property includes raised bed gardens, fruit trees, spring-fed pond (with ducks), stream, fenced paddocks, versatile barn/storage. Above ground pool with surrounding deck. View of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The main house which was built in the 1860’s has four bedrooms and two baths. With a beautiful […]

c. 1938
  • Vidalia, Georgia
  • $670,000

“Brytan’ is an elegant, stately 2 story brick home built in 1938 featuring a tiled roof original to the home, specialty arched and tile porches and patios, 2 porte cocheres, 10.86 acres with a mature pecan orchard and chain link fencing, gated entrances, a large in-ground pool, a workshop, several out buildings original to the […]

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. 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. 1802
  • Reidsville, North Carolina
  • $69,000

Early log house with large stone chimneys, exposed beaded ceiling joists, wide wall planks, hand-forged door hardware, and a rear wing, once an early separate kitchen. Family cemetery with ancient soapstone markers nearby all situated on a scenic ridge between Wentworth and Reidsville. Only 30 minutes to Piedmont-Triad International Airport and 39 minutes to Greensboro. […]

c. 1927
  • Greenwich, Connecticut
  • $8,470,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! A home of substantial pedigree in prestigious Khakum Wood Association. Designed by American architect, Harrie T. Lindeberg this estate displays Lindeberg’s signature elegance and artistry. The level of architectural detail and finishes has been wholly preserved from exquisite plaster moldings to hardware and lighting specifically designed by Mr. Lindeberg […]

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