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Second Empire Style

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We all have our own versions of what heaven must look like. But at CIRCA, we have good reason to believe that beyond those golden gates lie miles and miles of houses topped with mansard roofs. Our hearts melt every time one of these delicious Parisian imports is flashed in front of our ogling eyes. Honestly, is there anything more perfect than a Victorian confection capped with a towering mansard roof? The answer is no. No. No. No. Not even close!

National Register-listed c. 1866 mansion that is a hidden “jewel” nestled within the tress.  Perfectly sited on 2.83 acres, this vintage Victorian boasts intricate woodworking, 8 unique marble fireplaces & […]

c. 1850
  • Scarsdale, New York
  • $1,295,000

A rare opportunity to own a piece of history in a breathtaking setting in the heart of Edgemont. Nestled on 1.54 acres of level private property, this unique home offers […]

c. 1880
  • Germantown, New York
  • $4,900,000

Privately set back from the road on a ridge with Hudson River and Catskill Mountain views and accessed by a long drive through a working orchard of 450 apple trees, […]

c. 1884
  • Canajoharie, New York
  • $189,900

A gorgeous Italianate home brimming with classic features, history and old world charm. This magnificent home features a mansard roof, a grand entry and staircase, original antique pocket doors, vaulted […]

c. 1900
  • Delhi, New York
  • $299,900

This designer house is a Classic c.1900 Victorian with fresh modern in desirable Delhi, NY. Designed by George F. Barber, a well-known American architect of the late Victorian period, with […]

c. 1847
  • New Bern, North Carolina
  • $750,000

The Meadows Inn has been a life style change for the current owners.  After extensive renovations and growth of business, the new owners have the opportunity to take it to […]

c. 1848
  • Galena, Illinois
  • $745,000

Originally built as a Gothic Revival style home, the house was extensively renovated after the Civil War in the Second Empire style with third floor and Mansard roof.