Old Houses for Sale in Kentucky

Old Houses for Sale in Kentucky

Fabulous historic home 2 blocks from Franklin KY downtown square looking for a new owner to make it their own.  Some remodeling has been done, but the outside needs some TLC.  This is your chance to bring your style to make it a show place. Priced accordingly.   Built in 1892, with approximately 2700 square […]

c. 1867
  • Louisville, Kentucky
  • $5,750,000

This storied Louisville estate is ready for new owners to write the next chapter. Cold Spring presents an opportunity like no other in Louisville: an historic home built in 1867 by the esteemed Speed family; 6.7+ quiet, rolling acres privately situated in the heart of the Highlands, bordering Cherokee Park and minutes to downtown; and […]

c. 1950
  • Scottsville, Kentucky
  • $399,900

After serving in World War II, doctors and medical school classmates Dr. F.J. Halcomb and Dr. Earl Oliver established a practice in Scottsville, Kentucky. In 1950 Dr. Oliver had this Cape Cod-style home built on 5 acres just outside of town on what was then the primary road leading toward Tennessee. It was just across […]

c. 1822
  • Cynthiana, Kentucky
  • $1,350,000

Charm, practicality and history abound in this circa 1822 historical home restored by Phase IV home restoration company. This historic gem was owned by the first attorney of Harrison County and later by Kentucky Governor Joseph Desha. The interior has been freshly painted along with updated electric and plumbing. The gourmet kitchen has many custom […]

c. 1903
  • Hopkinsville, Kentucky
  • $389,900

Built in 1903 as the headquarters of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company, this building is a rare example of Flemish Revival architecture in southern Kentucky. In 1907 during the Black Patch Tobacco War, night-riders captured the building to prevent calls for help. The building has been carefully maintained and updated. Approx. 7000 sqft. The […]

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 is situated on four large building lots. Map available with suggested additional lot acquisitions. Built when The Hermitage was undergoing modernization, it shares some identical […]

c. 1872
  • Elizabethtown, Kentucky
  • $699,900

Come see the unique Italiante style Samuel Robertson House, circa 1872 with only 5 owners over the years. Listed on the National Historic Registry, this lovely home is located in the transforming downtown Elizabethtown district. It comes with vintage architecture but modern mechanical, electrical, plumbing systems and appliances. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths spread out over […]

c. 1911
  • Owensboro, Kentucky
  • $659,000

This beautiful Griffith Avenue home has been professionally restored using authentic period materials and special replicas to maintain historical integrity. Modern amenities have been expertly integrated, making this a home everyone can feel comfortable in. The main level features a formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room with fireplace, a gathering room with wet […]

Under the siding is a pre-civil war 1 1/2 story log house, according to local folklore. It sits on 5.2 acres with developmental potential (zoned rural residential with one home per 1 1/2 acres). The square footage of the house is an estimate. The paved county maintained road provides access to city water and electric. […]

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List an Old House for Sale in KY

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


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