Waynesville, North Carolina
Great Smoky Mountains
Gentleman's Farm
on 7.71 Acres
What a prime location. Solitude and
scenery while still walking distance from
Main Street downtown. The house is a
partially renovated craftsman to make
your own. Includes a 3-story, 8 stall
barn, too. Just 20 minutes to Asheville.
Best of all the worlds!
c. 1926
Weston, Connecticut
Colonial Farmhouse Near
A stunning updated Colonial
in a bucolic setting with stone walls
and shade trees, along with a screened
porch and pool area to enjoy.
Ideally located near beaches, trains,
and restaurants while abutting 62 acres
of conservation land on one side
and the Aspetuck River on the other.
c. 1821
Cleveland, Tennessee
Maple Shadows
This Federal is one of the county's
oldest homes and is in great shape.
Fun fact: the Greek Revival columns were
added in the 1930s! The home has a rich
history that we hope the future owners
will dive into learning - during the Civil War,
it served as a hospital.
c. 1854
Washington, Georgia
Timeless Treasure
Don't miss this fabulous home designed
by renowned Athens architect, W.W. Thomas.
Located in a growing small town directly
in between Athens and Augusta,
its prime location is within walking distance
of the town square, featuring coffee,
shopping, and dining. The craftsmanship
is notable, including remarkable heart
of pine floors.
c. 1883
Southern Pines, North Carolina
"Dunross" by Donald J. Ross One of the first five homes in the historic
Knollwood Heights neighborhood and
designed by legendary golf course designer
Donald J. Ross. This fabulous home is
reminiscent of a Scottish manor house
and sits on 2.3 lush acres. A true piece
of local history!
c. 1929


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c. 1928
  • Clemmons, North Carolina
  • $2,920,000

History, restored elegance, and secluded country living awaits you at The Lasater Mansion.  Built in 1928 by renowned architect Charles Barton Keene for the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco family, an exquisite restoration reveals the splendor off this stately stone Georgian’s original details. Magnificent woodwork, intricate mural, crystal chandeliers, restored original Otis elevator, and wrought iron fill […]

c. 1935
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • $300,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Rare opportunity in sought after Adams Park. This meticulously restored and maintained all brick Craftsman home on a large corner lot is perfect for those who love all things vintage. Original windows have been restored and work properly (this is a tough one to find in historic homes), original hardwood […]

c. 1857
  • Greenville, Mississippi
  • $995,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Belmont, est. 1857 is a mansion along the river in the Mississippi Delta, standing at over 9,000 square feet. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, it was the house and the grounds have undergone an extensive restoration and all rooms are available for weddings, events, tours, […]

c. 1927
  • Greenwich, Connecticut
  • $8,470,000

Check out the Virtual Tour here! A home of substantial pedigree in prestigious Khakum Wood Association. Designed by American architect, Harrie T. Lindeberg this estate displays Lindeberg’s signature elegance and artistry. The level of architectural detail and finishes has been wholly preserved from exquisite plaster moldings to hardware and lighting specifically designed by Mr. Lindeberg […]

c. 1880
  • Roan Mountain, Tennessee
  • $497,000

Step back in time with this spectacular historical home built in 1880. Rich in history, the lovingly restored home was previously owned by Civil War General, John T. Wilder, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in the quaint village of Roan Mountain, Tennessee where life takes on a more laid-back […]

This turn-of-the-century estate has been lovingly restored by an architect and his family. Located on Center Street in Forney, Texas, the home is nestled amongst similarly restored classic homes and is a brisk walk away from quaint Historic Downtown Forney.  Particular emphasis has been placed on strengthening the bones of this magnificent manor for its […]

c. 1825
  • Douglas, Massachusetts
  • $435,000

This 19th century antique Cape has been lovingly restored, retaining the look and feel of the early 19th century. The best of new mechanical systems and creature comforts including central air, new wiring, a master bath, and first floor laundry have been seamlessly integrated without spoiling the historic look. Two fireplaces lined with ceramic flues […]

c. 1872
  • Bedford, Indiana
  • $325,000

Once in a generation opportunity to own a piece of Indiana history. Built circa 1872 by local architect Thomas N Stevens.

c. 1840
  • Lexington, Massachusetts
  • $3,200,000

One of Meriam Hill’s most inviting and exquisite architectural gems! Completely renovated with new flooring, Kitchen, Baths, lighting, hardscaping, garage, and so much more. This exquisite home seamlessly blends antique charm with every modern upgrade and luxury. Flooded with warm southwest light, this home is brimming with timeless elegance, quality craftsmanship, and gracious period detail […]

c. 1900
  • Belfast, Maine
  • $875,000

Head of the Tide is a classic waterfront property in Belfast with 19.7± acres and approximately 970± feet of shorefront located at the mouth of the Passagassawakeag River, with ever-changing views of the tidal river. The historic home, originally a sea captain’s home built for Captain Clapp in the early 1900s, features many original period […]

c. 1904
  • Clarendon, Texas
  • $345,000

Meticulously Restored Queen Anne Victorian- A True Jewel Of The Panhandle Of Texas!

c. 1921
  • Middletown, Virginia
  • $499,000

Over 4000 sq ft in historic Middletown! Originally built in 1900, the home was remodeled in 2005 including updates to the electrical, plumbing, adding steam heat and CAT5/coax cable to all rooms. Enjoy the charm of an historic home with modern amenities. The front portion of the home has 5 bedrooms, including two on the […]


Coudersport, PA | $365,000
c. 1890

Glenville, NY | $1,200,000
c. 1842

Glenville, NY | $1,200,000
c. 1985

Clinton, AR | $395,000
c. 1906

Maitland, FL | $850,000
c. 1918

Marion, SC | $1,100,000
c. 1895

Clemmons, NC | $2,920,000
c. 1928

Lexington, MA | $3,200,000
c. 1840

Cross Plains, TN | $320,000
c. 1850

Eureka Springs, AR | $767,000
c. 1898

Alexandria, IN | $225,000
c. 1929

Crumpler, NC | $1,700,000
c. 1902

Parsippany, NJ | $600,000
c. 1820

Waynesville, NC | $1,150,000
c. 1926

Cambridge, MA | $5,800,000
c. 1900

Fresno, CA | $679,000
c. 1938

Winston-Salem, NC | $1,050,000
c. 1840

Ashland, OR | $1,775,000
c. 1889

Chicago, IL | $1,295,000
c. 1898

Augusta, GA | $1,599,000
c. 1938

Greenville, SC | $1,990,331
c. 1908

Savannah, GA | $2,700,000
c. 1877

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