Houses by Famous Architects

Houses by Famous Architects

The Best of the Best.

Don’t try to argue. And by all means, don’t lay a finger on that plasterwork. From Frank Lloyd Wright to Ernest Flagg, these gorgeous homes for sale were designed by the best of the best. Who are we to question?

c. 1811
  • Springfield, Massachusetts
  • $688,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Rare opportunity to live, work and play at The Alexander House a.k.a. Linden Hall. Offering 9000 Gross SF on new foundation (2012) with newer heat, roof and mechanical systems. 6000SF of which is, largely, restored professional office, studio and/or living spaces. 21 car lot included. Substantial (50-100K) income potential. Tax […]

c. 1901
  • Stuyvesant, New York
  • $1,695,000

REQUA HOUSE Available for the first time in four decades. Architecturally significant colonial revival, listed on The State and National Registers of Historic Places, designed by renowned Hudson architect Henry Moul, and built in 1900 for the Requa family. Surrounded by 34 acres of pastoral views, mature trees and perennial gardens. The house is distinguished […]

c. 1912
  • Wyncote, Pennsylvania
  • $869,900

UNDER CONTRACT! Here we go again with yet another Magical History Tour! Sit back, this is going to be a long one!!! Before the turn of the 20th Century, what we now know as Elkins Park had at least four other names, including Ogontz, Chelten Hills, Ashbourne and Melrose. As I have mentioned previously in […]

c. 1883
  • Knightstown, Indiana
  • $225,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Own a piece of Knightstown history! This beautiful Italianate 3 bd/2ba historical home is in the heart of Knightstown The orig. portion of the home built prior to 1860 w/additions in 1866 & 1883, per house abstract Current owners have meticulously preserved the history in the home by keeping original […]

c. 1902
  • Guthrie, Oklahoma
  • $649,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! In 1902 Judge Frank Dale built this Italian Neo-Classical architecture home. There are four levels totaling over 6,500 sf. J.H. Bennett, who designed the Carnegie Library, was also the architect for this project: featuring a ballroom on the third floor and a full basement with outside entry. Original & unique […]

c. 1909
  • Portland, Oregon
  • $2,450,000

Premiere example of noted Portland architect Emil Schacht’s finest work blending Colonial Revival & Arts and Crafts. Situated in a prominent NW location across from Wallace Park. Listed on the National Register Historic homes. Cherished by current owners for the last 32 years. Original grandeur superbly intact blended with modern upgrades such as the gourmet […]

c. 1929
  • Macon, Georgia
  • $1,685,000

Historical Famous Italian Villa built around 1929 by renowned Architect Philip Shutze in Beautiful Stanislaus Subdivision! The current home has been incredibly renovated and restored from top to bottom while all encompassing the Historic Details bringing this home to it’s Glory of 2021. Secret Gardens! Guest Suite Fit For A King! Covered Porches and Terrace […]

c. 1913
  • Mason City, Iowa
  • $475,000

Your chance to own a piece of Mason City’s History. Behold, the James C. Blythe house designed by Walter Burley Griffen and Marion Mahony. Stucco over poured concrete, this fortress of a home features 5-6 bedrooms that could house an army or create some of the best home office setups for today’s way of doing […]

c. 1860
  • Marion, Alabama
  • $1,500,000

Historic Mansion, circa 1860. Italianate Villa style. ***Price INCLUDES some furnishings. Some Egyptian Arabian horses available*** Travel back in time……..To a period when a home reflected the owner’s position in life…a gilded age where opulence prevailed! This is Kenworthy-Carlisle Hall. Also known as Carlisle Hall and the Carlisle-Martin House. Constructed between 1858 and 1860 by […]

c. 1820
  • Ellsworth, Maine
  • $898,000

Historic jewel in the heart of Ellsworth, ‘Gateway to Acadia National Park,’ this unique property boasts upwards of 30 rooms, In-Ground, Heated Swimming Pool, and spacious Carriage House, on just under 1acre. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the ‘Jarvis Homestead’ was built 200 yrs ago for Charles Jarvis and MaryAnn Black, daughter […]

c. 1900
  • Fulton, Missouri
  • $575,000

Step inside this grand Queen Anne style home and revel in the detail of the craftsmanship of this era. This 4 bedroom, 4 bath home was built in 1900, remodeled in 1908 by M. F. Bell and added onto in 1981. It has been lovingly restored while keeping the charm and grandeur of the past. […]

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. […]

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