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Tiny Old Houses for Sale

Who says bigger is better? You don’t have to fall down a rabbit hole to explore our favorite tiny treasures—all under 1,500 sf—which we’ve packaged for you here in a neat little box, tied with a bow, just waiting to be unwrapped.

c. 1941
  • Riegelsville, Pennsylvania
  • $329,000

Watch the Virtual Tour Here! [OPEN HOUSE] September 19th, 1-3pm  In the heart of Riegelsville Boro rests this quaint cape. With hardwood floors and abundant windows, Fairview is move-in ready.  A large porch is the entrance to this four bedroom home. A traditional layout nevertheless offers plenty of space, with separate living and dining rooms. […]

c. 1933
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • $385,000

This vintage Charlotte Bungalow with huge front porch and porte-cochere on a prominent corner lot in booming Enderly Park is waiting for your skill and imagination to make it a stunner. During their ownership, the sellers have upgraded the windows, HVAC, roof, plumbing and electric. Now it’s time to do the fun work of making […]

c. 1917
  • Danville, Virginia
  • $50,000

One level living

Amazing opportunity to own this 1930’s Spanish home on one of the best streets in Willo Historic District. Designed by Lescher & Mahoney, well-known architects of The Orpheum Theater and Hanny’s. Complete renovation by contractor in 2016, yet maintaining historic integrity. Spacious living room w/ 9 1/2 ft ceilings, fireplace, and French doors overlooking backyard. […]

c. 1926
  • Mount Plymouth, Florida
  • $500,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! STEP BACK IN TIME! This RARE, sought after SAM STOLTZ built PLYMOUTHONIAN is NOW AVALABLE! There are many original features in this ICONIC STORYBOOK HOME. Featured are abundant Pecky Cypress in the doors, ceiling & trim, coquina patio and chimney, rounded edges at all doorways, pointed arched doorways and alcoves, […]

c. 1922
  • Deep River, Connecticut
  • $395,000

Classic 1922 farmhouse with 2 ½ acres of level land. This former farm has been in the same family for over 100 years. Original red heart pine floors, natural woodworking & weighted windows with some retaining panes of mouth blown glass. Sleeping quarters features wide board painted floors. Walkup attic provides expansion opportunities. After visiting […]

Did you know that Savannah was just named one of the worlds top 100 greatest places by Time Magazine? Here’s an outstanding opportunity to restore an original 1925 historic home on double lot in hot Baldwin Park Neighborhood. This is a 3 bd. 2 bath home that has been in the same family since 1941. […]

c. 1751
  • Flemington, New Jersey
  • $328,000

One of the earliest structures in Flemington (mid- to late-18th Century, p. 60 of the National Registry of Historic Places, https://npgallery.nps.gov/GetAsset/1397179c-16a7-4dbf-8ec9-e635f23393f9), the house retains all of its charm and antiquity—wide-plank flooring, piecrust stairs, rough-hewn beams—and has been brought elegantly forward with top-of-the-line appliances, kitchen cabinetry, soapstone countertops, farm sink, and artisan accents. The cedar front […]

c. 1750
  • Scituate, Massachusetts
  • $540,000

Come explore the oceanside village of Scituate and all it has to offer.  Just .6 to downtown Scituate Harbor this Cute 1750 antique has been in the same family for three generations!  Many updates and custom features throughout.  Solid post and beam construction it was thought that this was once the carriage house or barn […]

c. 1900
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • $445,000

Sunny Beacon Hill condo has an attention to detail that is rarely found at this price point! Located on tree-lined Hancock Street and situated at the top rear of a former grand late 1800s townhouse, this private space has a designer kitchen with custom cabinetry, soapstone countertop and hidden Bosch dishwasher, while the marble-tiled bathroom […]

c. 1937
  • San Jose, California
  • $1,298,000

Charming Jewel Box Bungalow in the St. Leo’s Neighborhood. St. Leo’s is a neighborhood of The Alameda district, in San Jose, CA. It takes its name from the Saint Leo the Great Church, located in the center of the neighborhood. Most homes were built between 1900 and the 1940s. Many of the original residents worked […]

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 […]

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