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. 1910
  • Lemmon, South Dakota
  • $312,500

Call or text 605-569-0376 to view this property  Absolutely breath taking from top to bottom! Perfection radiates from every detail throughout this stunning, historical home! Quality woodwork through out! Magnificent […]

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 […]

c. 1909
  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • $875,000

Begun in 1908, completed in 1909 and moved to this location in 1925.  The house was originally built on Main Street in order to show off Klutho’s design capabilities. Fire […]

c. 1896
  • Monterey, California
  • $2,750,000

The Lou Ellen Parmelee House is the best remaining example of Late Victorian Queen Anne high style residential design in Monterey. In 1896, the year of construction of the Parmelee […]

c. 1867
  • Southold, New York
  • $1,295,000

This former one room school house built in 1867, originally known as The Academy is the headquarters and offices of The Academy Printing Press, a long time long business since […]

c. 1855
  • Troy, New York
  • $1,195,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Green House Mansion, 199 2nd Street, Troy NY, is a Victorian brownstone, built in 1855 and facing the private Washington Park in historic downtown Troy, […]

c. 1900
  • Gloucester, Massachusetts
  • $699,000

Historic oceanfront art gallery (John Nesta Art Gallery). Gloucester, MA. Oldest art colony in America. Residence above dock for your boat, deeded off-street parking! Breath-taking sunsets and views of Smith […]

c. 1900
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • $659,900

American Foursquare located on premier blvd. Every update imaginable including roof, windows, HVAC, plumbing, electrical (zero K&T). The 30′ center hall leads to a stunning, original 3 story staircase. 2 […]

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