Properties for Sale in Partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation

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.

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. 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 […]

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. 1880
  • Chestertown, Maryland
  • $795,000

Lauretum   ca. 1881 SIX Acres “above” Chestertown in the County of Kent “Lauretum is a most extraordinary building, by far the best example of picturesque architecture on the Eastern Shore.” says Maryland Historic Trust. This rare property of 6.025 acres sits on a rise above Chestertown. It is offered at $795,000. Since the property lies […]

c. 1854
  • Palatka, Florida
  • $324,500

This Circa 1854 house is one of the oldest homes in Palatka and is located in the South Historic District. It still retains many of its original features including hardwood floors, fireplace, picture rails, a stained glass window, hardware, clawfoot tub, built-in china cupboards and beautiful paneling in the dining room.  There is a master […]

c. 1850
  • Montgomery, New York
  • $499,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Own a piece of history! – This exceptional 2700 sq’ 4 bedroom Greek Revival Farmhouse is listed w/ U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1850, known as “The Smith Homestead”,  incorporates remnants of the original 1759 stone house structure with mid 19th century architecture & craftsmanship featuring fish […]

This historic country retreat, a two-hour drive from New York City, is nestled among New York’s beautiful Catskill Mountains, on ten acres of sweeping manicured lawns and rolling hills. The stately Federal style house, with Greek Revival details, was one of architect A. J. Davis’ early works.  It was built around 1829 by one of […]

c. 1870
  • Upper Marlboro, Maryland
  • $625,000

Historic Beechmere c. 1870 (aka The Brooke-Herring House) is conveniently located in the charming community of Upper Marlboro and just minutes from downtown DC. This extraordinary home has been exquisitely restored and renovated, and includes 6 spacious bedrooms, original wood floors, fireplaces with mantels, historic detailing, luxurious bathrooms and dual staircases, and a large screened […]

NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK.  Gated & Private Ocean View Craftsman estate in Ventura. THE GOULD RESIDENCE This panoramic ocean view treasure was designed by Henry Mather Greene of Greene & Greene Architects, Pasadena, CA. It is the only Greene & Greene design in Ventura and one of the most highly documented designs of the firm on record. […]

c. 1912
  • Redkey, Indiana
  • $1,000,000

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
  • $997,000

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 […]

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