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Properties for Sale in Partnership with the

National Trust for Historic Preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation, a privately-funded, nonprofit organization, works to save America’s historic places. CIRCA is proud to be a corporate partner of the National Trust, and has been entrusted as the official host of its ongoing listing of historic properties for sale across the country. For more information on the National Trust and to support their mission, please visit SavingPlaces.org via the button below.

c. 1912
  • Redkey, Indiana
  • TBD

Redkey was named for James Redkey, who platted an addition to the town when the railroad was built through it in 1867.[6] The area was originally known as the Wade Settlement, after the family of Josiah Wade, who settled there in 1836. His son William Harrison Wade platted a village there in 1854, which he […]

c. 1844
  • Columbia, South Carolina
  • $899,000

Having gone through an extensive restoration, Laurelwood is now ready for a new owner. This home is nearly 4000 SF and could be a a private residence, event venue or B&B. Enter the long straight tree allée from Hwy 378 and drive slowly so you can enjoy the view. The gorgeous circa 1844 Greek Revival […]

c. 1800
  • Bluff City, Tennessee
  • $1,475,000

Enter into the tree shaded, emerald green lawns of the stately Cole-McClellan house sitting on 5 +/- acres and you know you are home. This historic, park-like Sullivan County treasure has been owned by only 3 families. The original log portion was built in 1785 by the Cole family and two years later enclosed in […]

c. 1939
  • Silver Spring, Maryland
  • $520,000

An abundance of authenticity and spectacular charm, this is your opportunity to own a home on the National Historic Registry and a piece of Washington, D.C. history. This Polychrome home was designed by John Joseph Earley, using a “mosaic” concrete technique that imbues the concrete with color. The result? Building facades with interesting decorative lines […]

c. 1885
  • Newport, Rhode Island
  • $3,495,000

“Fire Station No.1 ” is one of  Newport’s most iconic and visible buildings plus being located in the heart of  the vibrant downtown, steps from all the activities that makes this community special. Historical details include functioning barn doors, brass fire pole, and a 65′ lookout tower which is the tallest private viewing spot in […]

c. 1865
  • Smyrna, Tennessee
  • $1,790,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! A National Register of Historic Places home, it features Greek Revival style with Italianate influence, and was completely renovated by the current owner in 2004 with new electrical & plumbing, along with many updates. There are five fireplaces that are relined & operational. The home features a copper roof & […]

c. 1796
  • North Garden, Virginia
  • $19,000,000

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains is this Palladian-inspired masterpiece called Edgemont. Surrounded by 572 acres of rolling Virginia farmland, with the Hardware River running through the lush fields, is a home whose design is reputed to be the only remaining private residence attributed to Thomas Jefferson. Complete with tennis court, pool, […]

c. 1820
  • Thomaston, Georgia
  • $180,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! The earliest version of the Weaver-Dallas House dates to the 1820s, as a one-room house and separate doctor shop, making it the oldest house in Thomaston. Additions in the 1830s and 1840s created a 1 ½ story cottage with Federal and Classical Revival elements. Stepping on site today reveals that […]

c. 1895
  • Pearce, Arizona
  • $1,100,000

Arizona Ghost Town Museum: A RARE opportunity to own your own museum! Step back in time to the turn of the century Wild West Ghost Town of Pearce Arizona. Located in south eastern Arizona, Pearce is gateway to the famed Cochise Stronghold in the majestic, sacred Dragoon mountains. The Old Pearce Mercantile is a jewel […]

c. 1911
  • Portland, Oregon
  • $2,595,000

This graceful National Historic Registry gated estate offers classic Tudor Revival architecture, coveted Dunthorpe schools & Mt Hood view easement. Spectacular lawns, stone patios w/balustrades, fine period finishes, grand scale, expansive floor plan & endless entertaining flair. Conservatory,music & dining halls,gourmet kitchen w/butler’s pantry, morning room,palatial owner’s suite,live-ins wing, generator & detached apartment. Very near […]

c. 1929
  • Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
  • $1,279,000

At last… An extraordinary house in a wonderful neighborhood on a tree-lined street! Ivy Tower was designed by renowned architect Albert Dagit for his own family and is an all stone French Normandy with 5-6 bedrooms PLUS a recently added au pair suite with a separate entrance. Built with the finest materials and craftsmanship the […]

c. 1886
  • Centreville, Maryland
  • $2,500,000

Described as the finest example of Victorian architecture on Maryland’s Upper Eastern Shore, the 1886 Jackson Collins House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With over 5,000 square feet of original, restored living space, with 7 bedrooms, 4 fireplaces, 4 bathrooms, and a full front porch, the outdoor space is equally stunning […]

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