Wiscasett, Maine
$1,500,000
The Groves-Hodge House
For the purist, this home is an absolute
treasure! Every room offers special
features, from the *nine* working
fireplaces to the original paint -
the walls have even been restored to
their original blue paint or plaster.
The house sits at the top of a hill
overlooking the town of Wiscassett,
which is renowned for its many art galleries
and antique shops. What a dream!
c. 1740
Sparta, Tennessee
Auction: Bidding Starts July 19th
Stunning Greek Revival Fixer
on 238± Acres
On a massive property with mile of frontage
on the Calfkiller River sits this fabulous
homestead. The original Greek Revival was
built with lumber from the property, has
four fireplaces and tons of original details.
There is also a move-in ready 3-bedroom
guest house included - a perfect place to
stay while you fix up your dream house!
c. 1830
Hopkinsville, Kentucky
$389,900
Historic Cumberland Telegraph
Building
Built as the headquarters of the
Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph
Company, this building is a rare
example of Flemish Revival architecture.
It has been carefully maintained and
updated and can be used in commercial,
retail, dining, or residential applications. So
many possibilities.
c. 1903
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Cynthiana, Kentucky
$1,350,000
The Henderson-Howk House
on 27+ Acres
Charm, practicality and history abound
in this impeccably restored Federal
dream house. It's been nominated as a
Kentucky Landmark by the Kentucky
Heritage Council. The grounds are
just as stunning and the long drive
leading towards the house is utterly
romantic.
c. 1822
Stuyvesant, New York
$1,695,000
Requa House on 33+ Acres This property is available for the first time
in four decades! Designed by renowned
Hudson architect Henry Moul. Surrounded
by nearly 34 acres of pastoral views, mature
trees and perennial gardens. Approved
to operate as a B&B!
c. 1901
Swansea, South Carolina
$275,000
Folk Victorian Dream House
Rural surroundings (viewed from the
sprawling porch!) and just 25 minutes
from the Capital. Best of all, most of the
original interior features have been
preserved: carved doors, high ceilings,
wavy glass windows, wainscott and
original wood trim, beautiful wood floors
and more. A gem!
c. 1905
Greenfield, Massachusetts
$995,000
The Brandt House
Currently operating as one of the area's
top B&Bs, the Brandt House is Colonial
Revival gem perched on top of a hill
with views over the valley and almost
three acres of grounds and manicured
gardens. Walking distance to restaurants
and shops, too!
c. 1890
Northampton, Massachusetts
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Historic Church for
Redevelopment
A beautiful, Romanesque Revival one-story
brick church ready to be reimagined.
A town landmark, it's located just off of
Main Street and its shops and restaurants.
A community group is advocating for
preservation of this special structure.
c. 1912

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c. 1905
  • Galveston, Texas
  • $689,700

This 1905 home designed by architect George B. Stowe has been beautifully updated with care taken to preserve its historical significance.The original leaded glass front door welcomes you to a large foyer with original custom inlaid flooring and stained glass windows overlooking the majestic staircase that leads up to 4 bedrooms and 4-1/2 baths. Restoration […]

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 Cove. An Artist’s Dream, a Boater’s Paradise!

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 sets of dbl pocket doors open to a Music Rm & a Living Rm (each w/ FP), LR opens to banquet-sized FDR. A large island […]

c. 1739
  • Charlotte Hall, Maryland
  • $899,500

Westwood Manor c.1739 rests gently on a private hill top with stunning views of the Wicomico River and surrounded by 30+ acres of lush crop land. Built on an early 1651 Maryland land grant from Lord Baltimore, Westwood Manor is a Charles County historic landmark and one of only two known brick 18th century gambrel […]

c. 1878
  • Greenport, New York
  • $2,200,000

Truly One of A Kind. This Whimsical, Historic & Romantic Bay Front Home with 100 ft of Cement Bulkhead Awaits Your Updates to Make it Uniquely Yours, Fabulous & Elegant-An Exclusive Opportunity to Live In Your Very Own Decorator Ready Castle! A Rare Chance to Personally Modernize Without Sacrificing its Original Charm and Historic Integrity. […]

c. 1835
  • Natchez, Mississippi
  • $475,000

National Register of Historic Places Property. Only a couple of blocks from MS River, this townhouse offers LUXURIOUS LIVING WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO EVERYTHING. Formal gardens and a brick patio area enhances the side and rear of the property and a modern gaeage with shop spaces adds to modern day necessities. The house is located […]

c. 1907
  • Huntington, New York
  • $975,000

Beautiful historic Charles Street House, two blocks from Huntington Village, perched high and situated on .28 professionally landscaped acres with specimen trees, a tapestry of colorful flowers, rose gardens, fountain, green house and shed. Majestic residence featuring a covered front porch, huge center hall, high ceilings, custom millwork, a spacious living room, formal dining room, […]

c. 1946
  • Beaufort , North Carolina
  • $250,000

UNIQUE REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY OF HISTORIC AFRICAN AMERICAN HOTEL LOCATED JUST TWO BLOCKS FROM THE HISTORIC BEAUFORT WATERFRONT AND MINUTES FROM THE CRYSTAL COAST BEACHES, ZONED MIXED-USE! Architectural and Historical Information The Godette Hotel was built in 1946 by Henderson Godette, Sr., a well-respected African American builder, and his sons. The Godettes had deep family roots […]

c. 1855
  • Westernville, New York
  • $1,100,000

It’s not often that a property like this becomes available.​ Historically linked to General William Floyd this four story brick mansion could be your next home.​.​.​or Bed & Breakfast! The current owners are using four of the bedrooms and the third floor has five more bedrooms ready for you to make your own. With river […]

c. 1900
  • Old Lyme, Connecticut
  • $1,325,000

This Gothic revival masterpiece has been brilliantly enhanced to showcase the architectural details of an era of grand living by its current owner. Square paneled oak wainscoting, stained glass heraldic panels, intricately carved mahogany window and door frames, lead paned French doors and diamond shaped windows, barley twist balusters, and sweet Juliet balconies also echo […]

c. 1820
  • North Haven, Maine
  • $765,000

Pulpit’s End Farm is a restored, nineteenth-century farmhouse surrounded by 13.34± acres of rolling fields and water with broad views over the fields to Upper Pulpit Harbor and Salt Pond. The main house is a classic Cape-style residence that has been fully updated for three-season use with comfortable living spaces, three wood-burning fireplaces and original […]

c. 1777
  • Williamsburg, Massachusetts
  • $389,000

Welcome to the oldest home in Goshen, the Cyrus Lyon House. This historic home has been lovingly restored and updated by the current owner while respecting its 1777 origins, leaving all of its antique features intact. The five original fireplaces all have their own character –add to that the elegant & spacious rooms, wide plank […]

c. 1847
  • Dallas, North Carolina
  • $125,000

One of the most high profile and distinctive buildings in downtown Dallas, only 30 minutes from Charlotte! Amazing adaptive reuse space and ideal for those looking for an urban feel within the charm of a small southern town. Architectural and Historical Information The Dallas Jail is a contributing structure in the Dallas National Register Historic […]

c. 1871
  • Wilmington, North Carolina
  • $758,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! This is your opportunity to own a piece of history! Meticulously preserved 1800s home with modern day amenities is now available. This beautifully restored Historic Home rests one block from Wilmington’s famous Riverwalk as well as walking distance to many of Downtown Wilmington’s famous restaurants & clubs. This Historic Preservation […]

c. 1905
  • Eau Claire, Wisconsin
  • $599,900

Check out the Virtual Tour here! Made to create memories, historic 3rd Ward home sitting proudly on a 3/4 acre corner lot. The incomparable workmanship of original coffered ceilings, wainscoting, hardwood floors, large windows & spacious rooms make this a wonderful family home & an at-home work place. Large modern kitchen that your family/friends will […]

c. 1876
  • Ridgway, Pennsylvania
  • $299,999

Fronted by a pair of towering trees, this elegant 1876 Italianate/Victorian mansion sits as a landmark residence in charming town of Ridgway. Thoroughly documented, this historically significant property is a stately home originally built for tannery magnate and Civil War veteran Oscar B. Grant and his family. A rare opportunity to own a piece of […]

c. 1920
  • New Orleans, Louisiana
  • $1,495,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! Magnificent 3-story historic Victorian home fully-renovated and redesigned in 2017 features with fabulous architectural details. Floor plan provides perfect mix of entertaining space with formal living / dining in front and open concept living/kitchen in rear. Chef’s kitchen boasts Carerra marble island, Sub zero refrigerator, Viking stove and walk-in […]

c. 1800
  • Essex, Connecticut
  • $2,850,000

The Ivory Mill at Tiley Pratt Pond is an extraordinary four-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Essex, Connecticut. It offers a prime location, a private and beautiful natural setting, understated elegance, a unique history, and a host of amenities within a four-building compound. In addition to its lovely waterfront house, this expansive property includes a large and […]

c. 1929
  • Pueblo, Colorado
  • $424,900

This is an incredible home. Updated kitchen with appliances & tons of storage.Under cabinet electrical heat in the kitchen and master bath. Formal dining room leads into an office(or non-conventional 3rd bedroom?) with a half bath. Office has private entrance to the rear deck. Original woodwork throughout. Hardwood flooring. Carpet runners up the stairs with […]

Majestic Shingle-Style home with expansive park views in Downtown Historic District. Extensively renovated to its historic charm with modern comforts, this spectacular residence is versatile, comfortable and luxurious with beautifully detailed spaces of immense proportions. The heart of the home is the kitchen with honed black granite, stainless JennAir cooking ensemble with warming oven, Sub […]

c. 1908
  • Portland, Tennessee
  • $259,900

SOLD! Check out the Virtual Tour here! Beautifully renovated home located in the heart of Portland. This home has been meticulously maintained with updated woodwork and restored floors, ceilings and more. 24×40 detached garage/workshop, detached screened room and pergola. Master BR on main and hobby room could be used as BR. Most furniture can remain […]

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Northampton, MA | TBD
c. 1912

Staten Island, NY | $1,199,000
c. 1891

Pittsburgh, PA | $1,200,000
c. 1855

Pawling, NY | $439,000
c. 1950

Griffin, GA | $775,000
c. 1854

Bluff City, TN | $1,475,000
c. 1800

Old Chatham, NY | $15,000,000
c. 1775

Bryson City, NC | $1,199,000
c. 1932

Mauricetown, NJ | $525,000
c. 1870

Glendora, CA | $3,795,000
c. 1903

Columbia Falls, MT | $925,000
c. 1882

Bayport, NY | $1,500,000
c. 1887

Janesville, WI | $229,900
c. 1929

Venice, FL | $2,890,000
c. 1926

Poestenkill, NY | $1,200,000
c. 1790

Stanardsville, VA | $2,750,000
c. 1854

Selma, AL | $650,000
c. 1906

Knoxville, MD | $329,000
c. 1775

Scottsville, KY | $399,900
c. 1950

Waldoboro, ME | $600,000
c. 1840

Mt Airy, NC | $850,000
c. 1901

Brevard, NC | $1,350,000
c. 1851

Haw River, NC | $799,000
c. 1848

Marietta, OH | $749,000
c. 1867

Liberty, MO | $775,000
c. 1852

Cynthiana, KY | $1,350,000
c. 1822

Ocean Springs, MS | $1,500,000
c. 1820

Grove City, PA | $1,090,000
c. 1835

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

Sparta, TN | Auction
c. 1830

Hedgesville, WV | $900,000
c. 1750

Stony Point, NY | $650,000
c. 1922

Greenfield, MA | $995,000
c. 1890

Danville, VA | $12,000
c. 1920

Danville, VA | $46,000
c. 1889

Greenland, NH | $1,400,000
c. 1730

Bronxville, NY | $3,295,000
c. 1914

Locust, NJ | $1,998,000
c. 1700

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