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The Starrett House

Port Townsend, Washington

George Starrett built this 11 bedroom, 10 bath Victorian masterpiece for his wife, Ann. The rare free hung staircase that winds up the 70 foot tower culminates in a dome with frescoes of images of maidens representing the four seasons, including a near naked winter, and the four virtues. Stunning!

$1,500,000

National

Historic

Landmarks

for Sale

 

There’s historic, and there’s HISTORIC.

These gorgeous old houses for sale are all officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places—the holy grail of old house honors. Owners of National Historic Landmarks are entitled to a host of financial benefits when undertaking restoration work, not to mention significant bragging rights. Just one more reason to love old houses.

National Historic Landmarks

for Sale

 

There’s historic, and there’s HISTORIC.

These gorgeous old houses for sale are all officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places—the holy grail of old house honors. Owners of National Historic Landmarks are entitled to a host of financial benefits when undertaking restoration work, not to mention significant bragging rights. Just one more reason to love old houses.

c. 1922
  • Detroit, Michigan
  • $1,850,000

CAPTIVATING HISTORIC MANSION SITUATED WITHIN THE HIGHLY COVETED DISTRICT OF PALMER WOODS DETROIT. ARCHITECT ALVIN E. HARLEY BUILT THIS STRIKING MASTERPIECE IN 1922 ORIGINALLY FOR CHARLES VAN DUSEN, PRESIDENT OF […]

c. 1835
  • Hopkinsville, Kentucky
  • $395,000

HOPKINSVILLE, KY Lone Oak – a Temple Form Greek Revival house from 1835, transitional – with many Federal features. Listed on the NRHP. Featured in Minard FaFever pattern book. Property […]

c. 1925
  • Statesville, North Carolina
  • $499,500

Late Greek Revival Historic Home site on 20+ acres located in the Cool Spring area, known as the Henry Eccles House. Barn, fencing and garage are on the property. Beautiful […]

c. 1938
  • Ely, Minnesota
  • $79,000

The building was completed in 1938 the architect was William Ingemann. For over 75 years it served as an office building, library, and event center. In 2014, the City chose […]

c. 1820
  • Zoar, Ohio
  • $300,000

The word Zoar means “A place of refuge” and that is exactly what this historic log home is- a sanctuary from the busy. Built in 1820, it is one of […]

c. 1850
  • Sandusky, Ohio
  • $2,895,000

The Historic Rush Sloane House, known for its role in the Underground Railroad and its owner, a well known local Attorney, Abolitionist and former Mayor of Sandusky. Runaway slaves, seeking […]

c. 1880
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • $3,280,000

A once in a lifetime opportunity presents itself to own the fully updated Alexander King Estate Baywood for your personal residence and become part of its famed history. Set on […]

c. 1818
  • Southbury, Connecticut
  • $975,000

One of the most charming and modernized federalist colonials set on picturesque 2.5 acres. This historic residence long known as The John Moseley House is the epitome of architecture with […]

c. 1911
  • Rapid City, South Dakota
  • $640,000

Listed by Suzanne White, 605-390-0137, Keller Williams Realty. Step into this exquisitely maintained historic home and be taken away. Listed on the Historic Register, the attention to detail is astounding […]

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All The Cool Kids Are Doing It.

List a National Historic Landmark for Sale

Listing on CIRCA exposes your property to a large niche group of people who are specifically looking to purchase an old house.