Known formally as the Jon S. Ely House, it was built around 1880 with Gothic Revival details, and has been owned by the same family since the 1920’s. Original features remain intact such as hardwood floors, four panel doors with Gothic trim, 9 ft. ceilings, four fireplaces, and wrap around porch with wood columns, The mechanicals are operable, but this lovely property will need much renovation. At one time the owners used the upstairs, with back entrance, as a full in-law apartment (second kitchen). Sited on a beautiful .65 acre corner lot, but not in the local historical district, this home could be restored or converted to a multi family as it is zoned MF5.
Situated within a pastoral setting along Old 41 near Williamsport and Attica, the Van Reed Farmstead is an impressive 10 acre property that includes an outstanding-rated c. 1855 Greek Revival/Italianate two-story brick and stone home with period summer kitchen and a c. 1860 Sweitzer barn. Modern structures include an implement shed, garage/shop, and two small grain bin.With approximately 2,500 square feet of living space, the home consists of 11 rooms with a large kitchen and potentially 6 bedrooms. Original features include wood windows, doors, and trim, curved staircase, and hardwood floors. A decorative front porch protects a side-lite and transom entry; two additional back porches flank the rear wing.
Exceptional 4500 square foot historic townhome in the highly desirable Coliseum Square Park neighborhood. Restored in 1987, it has architectural elements such as fourteen foot ceilings, medallions, electrified gasolier crystal chandeliers, huge pocket doors, marble fireplaces, heart pine floors, faux bois, and faux marble throughout. This is a rare and disappearing opportunity to own a piece of New Orleans’ history. Thisgrand mansion does need some TLC, but it can be a significant historic gem.
The landmark ‘Robinson Home’ is available for sale! Don’t miss this opportunity to own a piece of Maryville history! Gorgeous woodwork, original fireplaces, curved-glass windows, and huge rooms will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time – but all of the modern updates have been made! New furnace(s), all new baths, granite kitchen, new paint, new concrete – the list goes on!
1870’s New England farmhouse with fabulous White Mountain views. Many original features. Floor to ceiling fieldstone fireplace in the spacious living room. Updated wrap around farmers porch. Formal dining room, country kitchen with lots of character. Hardwood floors. First floor office has a half bath. Beautiful colored glass windows and doors. Attached two story barn has many possibilities for animals or expanded living. Separate detached garage. Minutes to Kezar Lake, swimming/skiing. Close to N Conway NH.
Welcome to Rocky Hill Castle! This property is in the heart of Historic Chadds Ford Township and is steeped in it’s own fascinating history! Not on the historical registry, so no worries about renovations! Current owners have owned the property since 1957. At that time the purchase included over 12 acres but has since been subdivided and now remains at just under 5 acres. This home was built by a Philadelphia business owner and was rumored to include about 600 acres. It was a “summer home” at that time, equipped with servant’s quarters on the 3rd floor. In approximately 1912, major changes took place and the original Victorian style home with wrap around deck was converted to a stone “castle”! So much fascinating history to explore in this 12 bedroom, 3.5 bath mansion, where some of the original “horse and carriage lane” still exists and runs along the front of the property from Camly Lane up to the promenade at the entrance of the home! The 3 story BARN with 5 STALLS is just waiting to be renovated and since the original owner was a local equestrian, rumored to hold fox hunting events, it’s likely that the nameplates on the stall doors were installed by him. The home and Barn will need extensive renovations and are all being sold in “AS IS” condition.
Built in 1860, home is for the serious historian. It was built as a residence, general store, and also served as the post office for approx 20 yrs. Rumor has it that it was a stop on the underground railway. Most of the second story is taken up by a 60×28 room used as a meeting place/dance hall. There is a raised stage at one end. In the 1950’s when St Rt 45 was widened, the part of the structure used as a general store had to be removed as it would have been too close to the road. The post office room is still there. The home has fallen into serious disrepair, and will require significant repairs. It will be sold as a short sale and will require approval by lender. There is a 28×40 barn also built in 1860, which has more recently been used as a 2 car garage and workshop. The 60×28 second floor room could make a great gym/family entertainment room. The 27×15 room noted as other is the old post office. One of the additional photos show the structure as it appeared in 1899.
A fabulous unregister historical home price to sell. A must see for anyone appreciate history and fine craftsmen ship. 3 of 4 fire place are working, has a large updated kitchen with island and breakfast bar, classic 6 runner stove, gaint bedroom, updated master bath with bidet toilet. Added sunroom off kitchen area, large patio with elector gates for access to back yard. 2 car detached garage with storage compartments on the back and workshop. Deluxe crown molding around whole home, updated plumbing and wiring. All sitting on over acre.
This is a one and only Victorian home in Clinton. From the turrets to the detailed untouched beauty in the wood through out the home and the one of a kind fireplace mantel, you will not find a home that boast so much character. Situated on a corner lot with a wrap around porch, and upper porch off of two of the bedrooms on the second story turret. This home has five bathrooms and the possibility of five to six bedrooms along with a detached two car garage. It has been used as a family residence on the main level and lower level area with three apartments on the second and third stories, for many years past. It is a must see. Pictures help tell the story of what it has to offer.