Luxury Historical Houses for Sale

Luxury Historical Homes for Sale

Understated or Overstated—Your Choice.

Intricate plasterwork, sparkling antique chandeliers, towers, turrets and sweeping, grand staircases like you’ve never before seen—You’ll find it all in this spectacular round-up of luxury historical homes for sale. For those times in your life when only the best will do.

c. 1790
  • Poestenkill, New York
  • $1,200,000

Down a country lane, this pristine 18th-century farmhouse, barn and guest cottage create a world all their own. Miles of trails wind through 100+ acres of woods, field, stream and pond, evoking the Hudson Valley’s most beautiful state parks Olana and Clermont. The spacious main house includes 4 bedrooms and 2 baths; sociable cook’s kitchen […]

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. 1740
  • Wiscasset, Maine
  • $1,500,000

If you appreciate and seek meticulous restorations of historically significant homes, this one is for you! For the purist, this historic house is an absolute treasure. Upon entering, you are transported to the 1700’s. Painstakingly restored with no expense spared, this home is in the ideal location for convenience to amenities and yet removed from […]

Online Auction – Starting Bid: $750,000. Original 1830’s Farmhouse on 238± Beautiful Acres with Development Potential Bidding July 19th through Thursday, July 29th at 11:00 am CT 899 Messenger Rd, Sparta, White County, Tennessee   The original 1830’s farmstead (needs renovations) consists of 6,000± SF with 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 4 fireplaces, formal living room, […]

c. 1750
  • Hedgesville, West Virginia
  • $900,000

THE PERFECT COUNTRY HOUSE, JUST 90 MINUTES FROM DC: Hiram Hedges House (c. 1750) is a stunning historic farmhouse exquisitely restored with all-new systems, high-end finishes, and original character on 5 serene acres. A hidden gem located between Shepherdstown & Berkeley Springs, the house was completely restored in 2006 — and an extensive new phase […]

c. 1730
  • Greenland, New Hampshire
  • $1,400,000

STUNNING coastal TIMBER FRAME farmhouse, restored by renowned local preservationist. Originally built in 1730 this gorgeous home has been completely rebuilt from the frame up. Entire “schoolhouse” ell was dismantled, repositioned, and transformed into spectacular vaulted south-facing kitchen. True craftsmanship apparent with every detail – both exposed and cased original hand-hewn beams, authentic original timber […]

c. 1750
  • Hellertown, Pennsylvania
  • $925,000

COMING SOON! SHOWINGS START FRIDAY 6/25. A peaceful rural road winds its way to a spectacular 10 acre setting with a stately stone farmhouse & PA bank barn. Built c 1750, Stonewood Valley Farm preserves the craftsmanship & details of a bygone era yet expertly blends today’s conveniences for a contemporary lifestyle. Brimming with natural […]

c. 1335
  • Soazza, Switzerland
  • $1,240,000

RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR NON-RESIDENT AMERICAN TO OWN A RESIDENCE IN SWITZERLAND:   CIMAVILLA  c. 1335 Rare for Switzerland,  Cimavilla can be owned by a non-resident foreigner (American or other nationality) Switzerland is the most stable, neutral, representative democracy, and wealth-friendly country in the world with quality of life and stunning nature in the heart of […]

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. 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 […]

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, […]

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