Summerville, South Carolina
Picturesque Downtown Dream
A lovely retreat in the heart of Summerville's
Historic Downtown. Truly the best of both
worlds and restored (with love!) to absolute
perfection. This one feels like it's far and
away while being just 3 blocks from the
town square, the library, a drug store with
soda fountain, coffee shops, boutiques
and more. Heart pine floors, 4 fireplaces and
oh, so much more.
c. 1861
Hickory, North Carolina
Downtown Colonial Revival Expertly crafted out of solid granite,
this home is located in the heart of
downtown Hickory and offers walking
distance to dining, shopping and schools.
Relax in the claw foot tub - or on the
gorgeous rear patio.
c. 1939
Salisbury, North Carolina
Classic Brick Georgian Revival A remarkable home situation on a corner
lot which adjoins 18 acres of botanical
gardens at Hurley Park. Enjoy fabulous
mid century bathrooms with mosaic tile
and cast iron pedestal sinks. The original
Oak floors have been refinished. What a
c. 1935
Essex, Connecticut
The Sweet Life in
Essex Village
Walk to the water, shops, restaurants,
art galleries, yacht clubs and more.
A magnificent home with tastefully
updated interiors and a stunning
outdoor entertainment area complete
with pool. The house warming party is
going to be fabulous!
c. 1757
Gainesville, Florida
Beautiful Vintage
Craftsman Bungalow
A perfect combination of historic
charm and the ideal location less
than a mile to the University of Florida.
The Beville-Forster Home has heart
pine floors, picture moldings, generous-sized
rooms and 9-foot ceilings. Situated
in a beautiful Old Florida enclave with
oaks and palms.
c. 1918
Concord, North Carolina
Ritchie Hill on
Over 4 Acres
This home is has been in the Ritchie
family since 1906. On 4 acres
right in Concord's Histoirc District,
the property was turned into a
wedding and event venue in 2014.
The possibilities are endless with
room to roam that's right in town.
c. 1897
Eureka, Illinois
Foursquare in Ronald
Reagan's College Town
This cutie is positioned on a half acre with
an additional partial to start a garden!
It's also within walking distance of
Eureka College and the Ronald Reagan
Museum. It boasts original hardwood
floors and original fixtures, trim and
built-ins. A great value for the price.
c. 1920
Pawling, New York
Fieldstone Farmhouse on
11+ Acres
Originally crafted out of local stones,
and graciously restored to preserve
and enhance the authentic character.
The grounds and surrounding acreage
provide privacy and solace with room
for leisurely hikes.
c. 1950


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c. 1869
  • Chester, South Carolina
  • $460,000

A 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath gem in Chester’s historic district on a majestic 1.2 acre lot. Grand entry hall with curved stairway, period woodwork throughout. Bedroom with ensuite bath on ground floor, enormous living room with fireplace, family den with powder room, dining room, sitting room, updated all-electric eat-in kitchen with island and generous storage. […]

c. 1924
  • Indianapolis, Indiana
  • $589,000

Do not miss this wonderful opportunity in the heart of Meridian-Kessler! A very well cared for 4-bedroom & 2.5 bath home on a fabulous corner lot. Built in 1924 this all brick home is loaded with charm & has gorgeous restored leaded glass windows. An updated bright kitchen with white cabinets, granite countertops, newer appliances […]

c. 1740
  • Thomaston, Connecticut
  • $189,900

This charming salt box style home is one of the oldest houses in Thomaston build in 1740 by members of the Blakeslee Family. The charm and character of this lovely home Is shown through the care and preservation put into by the same family for the last 59 years. This home offers 3 stone/brick fire […]

c. 1858
  • Boonsboro, Maryland
  • $300,000

Charming historic farmhouse on over 3 acres of land. House features country kitchen, wood beam ceiling in the dining room, and wide plank flooring throughout. The large living room has a separate entrance and a wood pellet stove. The master bedroom is on the first level, next to the bathroom and living room. Three additional […]

c. 1843
  • Marietta, Georgia
  • $2,155,000

Once in a lifetime opportunity. This majestic, historically significant home is a must-see in person to appreciate the amazing details that pictures cannot do justice. This stately Greek Revival Home was built in 1838. This home has been featured in many books, magazines, and articles over the years. Beautifully restored and maintained by the current […]

c. 1906
  • , Missouri
  • $595,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! This house is a handsome Neoclassical residence that is on the National Historic Homes Registry. It is situated close to Marshall’s downtown square with historic courthouse, coffee shops, restaurants and local merchants. Beautifully renovated 6 bedroom 4.5 bath home while keeping the orignal craftsmanship. This home has gorgeous open staircase, […]

c. 1767
  • New Bern, North Carolina
  • $695,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Live somewhere where history comes alive! This 1767 circa home is situated in the heart of the historic district of New Bern. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Palmer-Tisdale House offers historic charm that is unique to its era. Enter through the front and be greeted by […]

c. 1760
  • Pennington, New Jersey
  • $619,000

A Contemporary Aesthetic In A Historic Home The storybook setting of this historic home, on peaceful grounds just a short distance to all that Pennington Borough is loved for including the Toll Gate Grammar School down the street, provides a serene place to call home. The Samuel Moore House, circa 1760, features renovations that provide […]

c. 1940
  • Alamo, California
  • $2,500,000

A remarkable creation of style and elegance with a hint of fantasy from the mind and hands of Carr Jones, the renowned Bay Area Architect who specialized in “Storybook” style custom homes from the 1930’s through 1960’s. This is 66 Stonecastle, a truly one of a kind property with unparalleled craftsmanship that blends elements of […]

c. 1927
  • Waynesville, North Carolina
  • $899,000

Historical brick home circa 1927 perched atop East Hills community just outside of downtown Waynesville! Carefully renovated and restored from top to bottom. 3 bedrooms with en-suite baths with 2 additional bedrooms with shared bath. Covered porch and terrace creates multiple outdoor spaces to enjoy nature. Own a piece of history with guests such as […]

c. 1843
  • Poughkeepsie,
  • $399,000

Own a piece of local and national history with this nationally registered historic building. The Barrett House was originally constructed in 1843 and was the home for Thomas Barrett, a local artist and founder of the Dutchess County Art Association. The building has been used as an art gallery, studio, and exhibition center for many […]

c. 1835
  • Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • $750,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Step back in time walking through the pastures, gardens enjoying the history of this Farmette, which was The Jacob Marck Homestead and part of the Walking Purchase of 1737. Property includes main stone house, and stone bank barn dating back to 1835 Guest house, pool house, and sheep shed. History […]

c. 1892
  • Plainfield, New Jersey
  • $635,000

To all Victorian lovers: this is a rare opportunity to own a true architectural gem. One of the crown jewels of the Hillside Historic District (and most iconic Plainfield homes) is on the market! Luxuriate on the absolutely epic, pristine-condition wrap around porch. 11ft ceilings and enormous proportions of the living room and dining rooms […]

c. 1917
  • Great Bend, Kansas
  • $95,000

Wonderful, large 2 story home. Needs updating. Spacious rooms.  Main floor features, Living Room, Library, Dining Room, Eat in Kitchen, Sunroom, bathroom, office and utility room.  Basement has a partly finished rec room. Washer/Dryer Hookups, mechanical room with newer Central Heat unit, and hot water heater installed in 2015. Upstairs features 3 bedrooms, and a […]

c. 1909
  • Portland, Oregon
  • $2,600,000

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. 1732
  • Doylestown, Pennsylvania
  • $699,900

Welcome to historic Mill Stone Farm, located at 1702 Upper State Road in beautiful New Britain. This very special, classic Bucks County Farmhouse has been lovingly restored by the current owners, highlighting the original charm while updating to modern style living. The original farmhouse was built in 1732 and features 4 original rooms with deep […]

c. 1860
  • Chesterfield, New Jersey
  • $895,000

SIMPLY PRESTIGIOUS! Built in 1860, this three story, approx. 4800 square ft historic home in beautiful Crosswicks is a must see! Situated on approximately 2. 5 +/- acres, the property includes an athletic facility, a detached 3 car garage with workshop, and beautiful backyard views. Mature trees and landscaping add to the beauty of the […]

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 […]

Welcome to Historic Zoar Village, now on the NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES. This stately 3-story brick home offers center halls w/wood planked ceilings & the open staircase to the 3rd floor which makes quite a statement. All doors, interior & exterior, are of wood panel design. Windows, w/storm windows, provide much natural sunlight thruout […]

c. 1885
  • Seneca, South Carolina
  • $750,000

This immaculate Victorian home located in historic downtown Seneca, South Carolina was built in 1885 by J.W. Stribling. Details of the exterior include original turned columns, steep roof gables, stained glass attic transoms, 1800 sqft. of wide wrap-around porches and ornate millwork. The interior includes seven fireplaces, ten-to-twelve-foot ceilings, heart pine flooring, eight-foot doorways, original […]

c. 1830
  • Belle Mead, New Jersey
  • $745,000

Located in the Bridgepoint Historic District of Montgomery Township presents a remarkably intact picture of life in agricultural New Jersey from 1750-1850. The Schmidt Barn established in the 2nd quarter of the 19th century, originally two separate barns joined together to form an L-shape modern residence with a modern appearance. This historic 1835 bank barn […]


Wausau, WI | $399,900
c. 1887

Williston, SC | $549,000
c. 1900

Guthrie, OK | $649,000
c. 1902

Indian Hills, CO | $799,000
c. 1859

New Bern, NC | $695,000
c. 1767

Smethport, PA | $270,000
c. 1875

Alamo, CA | $2,500,000
c. 1940

Poughkeepsie, NY | $399,000
c. 1843

Allentown, PA | $750,000
c. 1835

Plainfield, NJ | $635,000
c. 1892

St. Augustine, FL | $669,900
c. 1925

Portland, OR | $2,600,000
c. 1909

Eugene, OR | $990,000
c. 1891

Pawling, NY | $439,000
c. 1950

Bronxville, NY | $2,695,000
c. 1924

Barnstable, MA | $495,000
c. 1745

Barnard, VT | $895,000
c. 1815

Savannah, GA | $440,000
c. 1920

North Mankato, MN | $825,000
c. 1876

Corsicana, TX | $1,400,000
c. 1900

Hendersonville, NC | $2,750,000
c. 1880

Northport, NY | $689,000
c. 1888

Eureka, IL | $160,000
c. 1920

Dayton, OH | $260,000
c. 1890

Concord, NC | $1,350,000
c. 1897

Evergreen, AL | $119,900
c. 1860

Gainesville, FL | $699,000
c. 1918

Drums, PA | $110,000
c. 1888

The Bronx, NY | $785,000
c. 1932

Essex, CT | $1,395,000
c. 1757

Greenwich, CT | $4,295,000
c. 1948

Summerville, SC | $775,000
c. 1890

Lenox, MA | $12,500,000
c. 1886

Tullahoma, TN | $374,999
c. 1900

Danville, VA | $25,000
c. 1915

Danville, VA | $50,000
c. 1917

Hagerstown, MD | $420,000
c. 1935

Cranbury, NJ | $895,000
c. 1749

Williamsport, PA | $359,900
c. 1860

Rhinebeck, NY | $2,500,000
c. 1879

Elloree, SC | $310,000
c. 1920

Providence, RI | $3,275,000
c. 1910

Hopkinsville, KY | $395,000
c. 1835

Martinsburg, WV | $435,000
c. 1900

Zoar, OH | $300,000
c. 1820

Pebble Beach, CA | $13,800,000
c. 1920

Summerville, SC | $675,000
c. 1861

Greensburg, PA | $450,000
c. 1907

Flushing, NY | $1,700,000
c. 1930

Scranton, PA | $2,297,500
c. 1895

Marietta, PA | $599,000
c. 1801

Sacramento, CA | $1,975,000
c. 1910

Van Wert, OH | $469,000
c. 1898

Macon, GA | $195,000
c. 1870

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