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. 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. 1909
  • Concordia, Kansas
  • $547,000

9 Bedrooms | 7 Bathrooms | 7,284 sq ft + 2,592 sq ft basement 304 W 7th St | Concordia, KS Stonehaven Mansion – a historic Tudor Revival style limestone fortress built in 1909. One of the most immaculate and ornate historic homes available for sale in the Midwest! This grand mansion was built by […]

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 […]

c. 1903
  • Harvard, Illinois
  • $439,900

Hall House was built in 1903 by then Harvard Mayor, William D. Hall on a hill in the middle of town known as Hall’s Hill to the locals.  The architect who designed the home was Myron Hunt, a partner with Frank Lloyd Wright, at that time, in Chicago.  The Hall House is considered Prairie Style.  It […]

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