Old Stone Houses for Sale

Old Stone Houses for Sale

They’re All We’ve Ever Wanted.

Papa was a rolling stone … wherever he laid his hat sprang a glorious STONE HOUSE! This time, we’re going old. Really, really old. Old as in simpler times, when evenings were candlelit and winters spent curled up by the hearth. We’ll never lose our appetite for stone houses, nor the romantic nostalgia that they bear. Rustic fireplaces? Check! Smoke houses? Check! Wide open spaces? It’s all here. Take a peek.

c. 1818
  • Haworth, New Jersey
  • $1,750,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! A charming piece of history in Haworth, New Jersey, the 1818 Christie Zabriskie Dutch Colonial Stone Farmhouse. On the Historical Register and with only 4 owners in the past 200 years, this pink sandstone and wood clad house is at once beautifully preserved and updated for today’s homeowner. It’s an […]

c. 1731
  • Mertztown, Pennsylvania
  • $595,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Built circa 1731 and lovingly maintained, this historic home exudes country charm while incorporating modern upgrades throughout. A perfect blend of old and new, Sacony House is a private oasis that is within easy reach of shopping, dining and commuter routes. Exposed wood beams and pine floors create a warm […]

c. 1932
  • Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • $750,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! High ceilings and abundant woodwork hearken back to a bygone era in this 1930s home in Bethlehem. Reminiscent of an English country cottage, Chestnut Manor rests on over an acre of park-like grounds. Rich chestnut floors run throughout much of the home, with chestnut detailing along the walls and banisters. […]

This circa 1846 luxury estate with an expanded, fully restored and renovated stone/frame farmhouse, original barn, and garage/studio situated on a premium 4.49 acre manicured landscape in the highly desired Vintage Farm community is simply sublime. The location of this lot benefits greatly in that it backs to 160 rich acres of preserved Bucks County […]

c. 1928
  • Crown Point, Indiana
  • $550,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Iconic, all-brick two story home, known locally as “the Little Castle House”. Built c. 1928, reportedly initially owned by a prominent local baker. Norman Revival with Tudor influences. Features a classic steep roof with round turret. Terra cotta tile in the foyer features original zodiac symbols. A grand spiral staircase […]

c. 1924
  • Los Angeles, California
  • $9,200,000

Sophistication, style & stunning architectural detail are some of the hallmarks of this truly remarkable Hancock Park estate in Los Angeles. Designed by Reginald Johnson, Gordon Kaufman & Roland Coate, 3 of the most significant architects of the “golden age” of Southern California, the distinguished brick-and-stone 1/2 acre English Tudor Revival is set back on […]

c. 1775
  • Knoxville, Maryland
  • $329,000

If you are looking for your own stone house revival, this could be the house for you! Not on the Historic Register, but could easily be placed on it. The tax records state it was built in 1850, but the architectural style says 1700s, so we did some research. 1850 is when Frederick County, MD […]

c. 1908
  • Ortonville, Minnesota
  • $575,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Here is your chance to own Big Stone Lake’s most iconic property. Set soundly on 150′ of lakeshore, the Shorewood Castle is a monumental build of brick and timber that has captivated area guests and residents for generations. It has been meticulously maintained, intelligently enhanced, and laboriously loved since its […]

c. 1832
  • Riegelsville, Pennsylvania
  • $4,500

For Rent. This classic Bucks County farm is the perfect retreat from busy city life. Located just 5 minutes from the NJ border and with easy access to Route 78. The farm is privately set among 62 preserved acres at the end of a long private drive overlooking a pond and pristine Cooks Creek, famous […]

c. 1932
  • Elba, New York
  • $499,900

Watch the Virtual Tour here! True Craftsman home known as the “Porter Mansion of Elba” This stately home took over 2+years to build! This home boasts large beautiful rooms, gorgeous woodwork, wide pegged hardwoods and featuring intricate crown moldings. Dining room has 2 arched built-in must see glassed china cabinets. Sunken living room has 3 […]

c. 1822
  • Cynthiana, Kentucky
  • $1,350,000

Charm, practicality and history abound in this circa 1822 historical home restored by Phase IV home restoration company. This historic gem was owned by the first attorney of Harrison County and later by Kentucky Governor Joseph Desha. The interior has been freshly painted along with updated electric and plumbing. The gourmet kitchen has many custom […]

c. 1811
  • Princeton, New Jersey
  • $1,399,500

The Worth Homestead and Mill c1700. Step back in time walking through the doors of this 18th century stone estate, which has transformed over the years from a thriving mill and farm, to a gentleman’s manor, to its current state as a single family home. This tranquil Austenesque enclave including a trio of stone outbuildings […]

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