Nestled in picturesque rural lands surrounding Easton sits this antique, stone and slate home with 2-stories, 4 bedrooms and 2.1 baths on an acre of ground. Historic hallmarks of the home include original molding, exposed wood beams, deep set windows, wrought iron hardware and 5 fireplaces. A wide front porch spans the front entrance while secluded patios stretch from the rear of the house. In the entrance foyer the center stair is flanked by a wide planked wooden floor and exposed stone walls. Unlike typical historic homes the floor plans here offer flexibility.
In the heart of Anchorage situated on 7 plus lush acres, boasts one of Louisville’s greatest estates. This three story, historic home known as the “Creel Brown Estate” showcases exceptional quality, character, and architecture. Impressive gates open to a tree-lined driveway, fountain, beautiful garden, and porte-cochere creating an inviting and breathtaking entrance for all. Impeccably preserved and well maintained, you will find exquisitely crafted millwork, unique hardwood floors throughout, and handsome antique light fixtures. Expansive balconies with serene views from every vantage point accompany spacious rooms with unparalleled details. An icon of unrivaled stature and timeless beauty this property sits in history as one of Louisville’s most celebrated family estates.
With almost 900 feet of shoreline on the east bank of Deep Creek, this historic house on 7+ acres, built c 1792, is known as the Custis Deep Creek Plantation (A83A in Whitelaws). The present condition of the house is a serious project for one to undertake, with the interior of the 1.5 story house, 1215 sq ft unfinished (per county tax records), gutted down to the studs. With wood siding on the exterior, the dormered roof and both front and rear porch roofs & flooring need probable replacement and/or renovation however the foundation/basement appear structurally sound. Remnants of the original house include two brick fireplaces, wood door jambs, mantels and wide plank flooring. A detached concrete block shed, 18′ X 10′, with single carport serves as the pump house to the well.
A gracious home located in one of the most sought-after areas of El Paso – a corner location in Alexander Subdivision. Built in 1955, and occupied by only one family, this one-level home is spacious, cheery and bright. Formal living area is large and pretty plus a second family room, bedrooms are generously sized. You will see charming original products used when this home was built. Unlike many El Paso homes, there is a clean basement that can be used for storage or easily become a place for teens. The location is superb–close to the University, El Paso’s exciting downtown, baseball stadium, and restaurants, hospitals, easy access to Interstate 10. Refrigerated air conditioning. This home needs updating and has tremendous possibilities – a good location for your investment!
An incredible opportunity to dream a new dream for this stunning building located a stones throw from a sandy public beach on Lake Sunapee! There are many lovely architectural aspects which could be woven into a clever design for residential living….. or perhaps a commercial use (with permission from the Town of Sunapee). Town water and town sewer ease concerns for utilities. There is a lovely private back yard. A great opportunity to join the Lake Sunapee community in a quality neighborhood!
This Historical Crawford County home could be yours today for $120,000! This 4 bedroom, 5 full baths and 2 half bath home was built in 1860 by Dr. Steven Meserve, and it was the second of the three homes built by the Meserve family. The original design of the house was a 2 story, 9 room square brick home. The brick came from the Barlow brickyard in Hutsonville, IL. Mr. Barlow was the father of Mrs. Meserve. The walls in this home are 14 inches thick of solid brick!
Welcome to the Historic District of Mount Holly and this distinguished home built circa 1880. Registered in 1975 as the ‘House of C. Caroline Waln, Widow of Richard Waln,’ this three story Victorian is steeped in history and proudly displays many of the finishes and features of the period. All symbols of Victorian architecture, you’ll find high ceilings, elaborate moldings, a grand staircase, solid wood pocket doors and arched doorways along with many other appealing features lost in today’s construction. Enter from the front porch into the vestibule and move through double doors into the front parlor or formal living room with its large bay window, stunning built-in cabinetry and gas fireplace.
Authentic, time honored architectural design! The artistry and quality of this 3,258 sq foot antique, Queen Ann-Colonial Revival home located on historic East Pearl Street have stood the test of time. Enter from an elaborate front porch into a magnificent foyer. This home has amazing, original, historical features including hardwood floors bordered with ribbon parquet inlay, pristine vintage bath with pedestal tub and marble top vanity, finely crafted woodwork, beautiful floor to ceiling pocket doors and Italian marble fireplace with hand crafted wood mantel. Meticulously maintained, this gem offers plenty of space and light with 10 foot ceilings, large windows, eat in kitchen, butler’s pantry, formal dining room, family room, living room, 4 bedrooms, large partially finished walk up attic, full basement and three car garage. Just steps away from Quinnipiac River Park. Short distance to Yale, train station, downtown and major transportation routes. This historic treasure is truly one of a kind and a must see!
You could be the proud owner of this 1700’s brick & siding two story home located near the Village of Middlebrook. Surrounded by working farms and pasture, this piece of history features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and back & front staircases. As with most historical homes, the rooms are large and has deep moldings with original doors. Cherry cabinets & woodwork in the modern kitchen. 7 mantels throughout the house along with original flooring in some rooms. The gently rolling 28 acres is fenced and offers plenty of pasture. The detached garage has plenty of storage as well as housing 2 cars. Beautiful setting in this desirable area of Augusta County.
Classic Coventry Village Brick Front Porch Colonial! Spacious & grand throughout with over 2500 sqft of living space not including the versatile third floor. Original Architectural Details throughout including original woodwork with natural finish, leaded glass windows, crown molding, pocket doors, built in china cabinets, arched windows & an original Butlers Pantry. Living Room with wood burning Fireplace opens to a 12×7 covered side porch through a lovely glass pane door. Gorgeous formal Dining Room with tall baseboards, high ceilings & bay side window with leaded glass lintens & a large picture window in front. 3 bedrooms and a full bath on the second floor. Terrific 3rd Floor Suite could easily be a Master Suite & has a remodeled bathroom & a huge unfinished storage space with dormer windows. Recent updates include new boiler in approx 2012, roof in approx 2000 & a hot water tank. The back yard is fully fenced & there’s a patio in the rear. Nice 2 car detached garage that is newer than the home. All this just steps to Coventry Village Shops & Restaurants.
At first glance, you might think this house is not very appealing, but don’t let the exterior appearance fool you. This place has so much to offer. The rooms area large and the ceilings are high. The kitchen has newer oak cabinets, and a pantry area with original bead board cabinets. There are 3 sets of pocket doors with very pretty hardware. The front stair case has a unique banister with beautiful detailing. (yes there are 2 staircases to the 2nd level) The dinning room and living room have carpet, but there are narrow hardwood floors underneath. There is also a den on the main level with a big closet that could be used for a bedroom. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, with big closets and a forth room that could be used for an office or play room. All the rooms in this house have big windows that allow lots of natural light in. The basement has newer block walls. There is also a metal shed that could be used for a garage or a machine shed. Make arrangements to see it today!