The Reynolds House was built in 1824 in the prime of Waynesboro's Historic District. The stunning antebellum Classical Revival Cottage is on 3.92 gorgeous acres a short walk from downtown shops & restaurants. The home features more than 4,000 squ. ft. of grandeur...13-ft ceilings, heart pine floors, period molding, original mantels, 8 fireplaces, chandeliers & stunning pier mirrors. Elegant details are throughout the home's massive front hall, formal living & dining rooms, paneled study, spacious kitchen w. built-in banquette, back foyer, den, master suite, 3 guest bedrooms & 3 bathrooms. Extensive renovations accentuated its stunning features while affording modern touches, like geothermal HVAC systems & ample storage. The 46-foot front porch overlooks a cascading lawn, & the back porch offers entertaining space & steps down to a brick terrace in view of beautiful pecan orchard. A charming 960-sq.ft second house features large rooms, high ceilings & full bath. IMMACULATE...MUST SEE!
4 Beds // 3 Baths // 5000 Sqft
Magnolia Manor, circa 1868, is listed on the National Register. A post-Civil War Greek Revival, designed by Issac Cutrer who helped design the lay out of the Town of Osyka where he made the manor his home. Upon entering the home are parlors, and bedrooms off the central hall. The Impressive front gallery has 14 ft. soaring ceilings, dramatic moldings that flow throughout the home, while exquisite, large over-sized floor to ceiling windows are adorned with movable cypress shutters for privacy. There are four original mantled fireplaces in the main house, and the floors glow with the warmth of the original hardwood floors. A newer guest house includes an upscale kitchen, large living room with a fireplace and French doors opening onto a covered porch. The master suite offers sitting space, closets and its own private bathroom. Uniquely accessed from a staircase on the back porch are 2 bedrooms and a full bath. Owner spared no expense in renovating this historic jewel back to her beauty.
4 Beds // 4.5 Baths // 3240 Sqft
HISTORIC RAPPAHANNOCK RIVER PLANTATION. In 1785, John Pratt came to Caroline County from King George County and purchased 661 acres of land. He named his plantation Camden, after Charles Pratt, Earl of Camden who was a supporter of the American Colonists and opposed the British government s colonial policy of taxation without representation. Additional land acquisitions have taken place over the years to bring the total acreage to +/- 1383. Construction on the present house was completed in 1859. Designed by noted architect Norris Starkweather, of Philadelphia, Camden Farm is a National Historic Landmark (this designation is honorary; no restrictions over the property). Main residence of 6 bedrooms,, 3 bedroom guest house and a detached 3 bay garage. The major change the house has suffered is the loss of its tower, which was destroyed when fired upon by Union gun boats during the Civil War. Crop lands, wetlands, creek frontage & deep water access provide excellent hunting & fishing for deer, turkey, ducks, geese, doves, bass & bream. Main house on 26 acres, $2,950,000.
7 Beds // 4 Baths // 6966 Sqft
Stunning early 1900s Tudor Home. This 4 bedroom home on the Historic Registry has gorgeous original, unpainted woodwork and many builtin bookshelves, cabinets and benches. Large, stately rooms with hardwood floors and tall ceilings. Charming covered front porch and a fenced in backyard, sitting on a quarter acre lot with mature trees.
4 Beds // 2 Baths // 3923 Sqft
The Kimball Castle property is one of the finest home sites in the beautiful Lakes Region of NH. The views of Lake Winnipesaukee and Mount Washington are extraordinary. The 20 acre property includes a rolling meadow, some forest, wonderful granite and rock walls, expansive lawn areas and majestic scenery from almost every corner. The architectural character of the 3 bedroom home and barn further enhance the beauty of this property. Also still standing is the Kimball Castle. It is in need of much repair. One may choose to leave it as is, repair it, or take it down using the site for a magnificent new home overlooking the Lake. Zoned resort/commercial with the possibility of single family residential zoning, this site and its estate like setting is perfect for a family compound, horse farm, mansion, or to build your dream home. This property borders 260 acres of conservation land. Close to lakes, marinas, hiking, skiing and much more! Buyer to pay an additional $87,000.00 to the town of Gilford at closing.
3 Beds // 1 Baths // 1520 Sqft
Truly special showcase home from the early 1900's. Well restored with addition of modern amenities, while keeping historic flair and ambience. This manor was built by Albanus Phillips to impress his peers and still impresses today. Splendid woodwork, roaring ceilings, elegant flowing rooms for lavish entertainment, conservatory, a romantic garden and 10 bedrooms to put up your guests and family.
10 Beds // 4.5 Baths // 6639 Sqft
Dudley C. Bass Mansion (100 College Street) Brothers William and Dudley Bass crossed the plains from Missouri by mule team, lured west in 1864 by tales of rich diggings. Disappointed in prospecting, the brothers homesteaded in the Bitterroot Valley near present-day Stevensville, where they pioneered the fruit industry in Montana. By the turn of the century, the Basses' renowned Pine Grove Farm produced 10,000 boxes of apples shipped to such distant markets as New York and the Atlantic coast. By 1901, Dudley Bass had bought his brother's interest in the business. He sold the ranch in 1907 and moved to Stevensville with his wife, Etta, and their son, Lee. In 1908, Dudley commissioned noted Montana architect A. J. Gibson to design this Neoclassical style landmark.
5 Beds // 2 Baths // 4792 Sqft
"Honeysuckle Hill" is listed with the National Register of Historic Places since 1975. The stately antebellum circa 1860 sits amid 66 private acres(GATED) with 5-stall horse barn, 40x20 pool & pool house. Main home 3321 sq ft. Pool House 1874 sq,ft, +basement with storm room) Acreage includes pasture and woods.
3 Beds // 3 Baths // 3320 Sqft
Situated in the Corner-in-Celebrities Historic District, the Swigert-Taylor-Bradley house is an elegant structure with Greek Revival influences of its major construction. The original Federal style house, dating ca. 1815 & facing Main Street, consisted of 4 rooms, 2 on the 1st floor & 2 on the 2nd. Between 1843 & 1845, Mr. Swigert added a major portion of house in Greek Revival style, reorienting the main entrance onto Washington Street & giving rise to the nickname house within a house''. In 1970 2 sisters occupied it & undertook a major restoration. It was listed on National Register of Historic Places in 1971. The house known as Queen of the Corner'' for its elegance & prominence underwent additional restoration by present owner. It offers 10 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, formal dining room, kitchen (appliances not warranted), 8 fireplaces most with original mantels, loads of intricate woodwork & wainscoting, several original light fixtures which were converted from gas to electric.
10 Beds // 7 Baths // 9503 Sqft
Historic Buckland Tavern is a beautifully restored stone and frame house built in the early 1800's. The ground floor consists of the historic tavern and kitchen along with a storage room. The main level of the home features a large living room with hardwood floors and stone fireplace, a beautiful dining room with wood wainscoting, wood floors and a stone fireplace with antique wood mantle. The home has an expansive kitchen with exposed beam ceiling, wood floors and a copper sink. A mud/laundry room and half bath complete the main level. The upper level has 4 large bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. All of the rooms have hardwood floors and the master bedroom has a stone fireplace.
4 Beds // 2.5 Baths // 3029 Sqft
Glorious example of Victorian Queen Anne architecture, featuring a round shingled turret atop the two tiered facade. on a spacious corner lot just off the square in Kosciusko, MS. Beautifully maintained and updated with a spacious kitchen, this home will take your breath away from the moment you enter! The first floor features an entrance hall which widens beyond curved corners into a 15 foot wide stair hall that forms a central core for a parlor, sitting room, formal dining room, kitchen, first floor bedroom and bath, and a family room. The home's warmth is evident in the tongue-in-groove pine flooring, plaster walls, and classically decorated mantels and original doors.
5 Beds // 2 Baths // 3614 Sqft
Cash only sale! Owner has done a lot of work on the historical house already but it could use more. Garage is good for storage but could also use some work. Very cool original wood floors, picture rails, covered front porch, back mud room. One bedroom and bath downstairs; upstairs has had no upgrades but has three additional rooms -- not a wreck but flooring and walls could use some attention. MUST close by Oct. 1st at the latest or it comes back off the market.
2 Beds // 1 Baths // 1470 Sqft
Step back in time in this Turn of the Century Traditional 2-Story, well preserved home!! This home has many original features including tall ceilings, hardwood floors, some light fixtures, bath fixtures , solid wood doors and oh so much character! This very unique floor plan comfort & casual elegance as you enter the front foyer! All rooms are spacious and have lots of storage space! There are three bedrooms, three baths, big kitchen w/original farm sink, dining room, living room, open porches, screened porches, detached garage/workshop, fenced yard and so much more, including a basement !! A " Must See" to Fully Appreciate!! Call for your Appointment Soon!!
3 Beds // 3 Baths // 2692 Sqft
Located in the Newtown Historic District and registered with both MD and Nat'l Historic Trusts, this magnificent 5 bedroom , 4 bath Queen Anne Victorian is outstanding among the residences that define the neighborhood. Though named the Gillis-Grier House after the 2 inter-related families that owned the property from 1896 to 1975, the home was built for Salisbury merchant J. Cannon in 1887. Known for its impressive design and craftsmanship, the home's exterior features a 3-story turret with slate roof, an assortment of gables, bay windows and wraparound porch. The late 19th century interior design is equally exquisite with beautiful parquet floors, 7 fireplaces adorned with cabinet-style mantels, and elaborate colored glass windows. Property in good condition, sold `as is'.
5 Beds // 4 Baths // 5171 Sqft
Gorgeous Property! This is the famous McCristy-Knox Mansion. It is an outstanding example of Neo-Classical Architecture. The home features classical wood columns, pilaster strips defining the corners and limestone arches. Kitchen has commercial stove and refrigerator. There is three stories, a basement, in ground swimming pool, hot tub and much more.. For more information please call Lisa Morgan: 580-541-2934.
4 Beds // 2.5 Baths // 7904 Sqft
Gippy Plantation, originally part of Fairlawn Barony was purchased by John White in 1821 and was named for the nearby swamp Gippy. The original home that was built burned and it is believed that the current structure was completed in 1858. This 3 story Greek Revival frame structure that boasts 6,528 square feet, sits on nearly five acres of land and comes equipped with seven bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms 11 fireplaces, 2 large parlors, a huge formal dining room, a cozy den/library, a spacious side porch, a double garage with a workshop, an old smoke house, a wash house and an 850 sq. ft. gues...t cottage. All of the rooms in the main house are magnificent in size and tongue and groove wood flooring as well as 12 ft. ceilings run throughout most of the home. The guest cottage located behind the house features a living room, one bedroom, one bathroom, a cozy kitchen eat-in kitchen and a spot for a stackable washer and dryer. Formal gardens accent the property and one of the gardens dates back to circa 1928 and is believed to have been the work of the acclaimed 20th century landscape architect Loutrel Briggs. In 1927 Nicholas G. Roosevelt acquired the property and turned the former rice plantation into a productive agricultural enterprise making it the site of "Gippy Dairy" which supplied milk products to schools and companies throughout the lowcountry. Gippy also earned a spot in recreational history by hosting the Pinopolis Lancing Tournament from 1952-1964. This tournament was important to Berkeley County and attracted spectators from all over the state as well as important political figures such as Governor Ernst F. Hollings. While Gippy has been enjoyed and loved throughout the years by the current owners it is time for a new family...a family that can restore and renovate this magnificent plantation home while preserving the history and nostalgia that Gippy has been so well known for throughout history. In 1982 Gippy was selected for the filming of several scenes for the movie Lords of Discipline and in 2016 the plantation house was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The guest cottage sq footage is not part of the 6825 sq. ft.
7 Beds // 4.5 Baths // 6528 Sqft
Phenomenal Price! Enjoy the history of this 1930s Collett Park home with updates from 2014. Step in to be greeted by original beautiful Indiana Walnut staircase, inlaid wood doors, arched doorways, hardwood floors & beautiful crown moldings throughout. First floor offers large office/library with built-in custom cherry cabinets, an extra large living room with original crown moldings & wood burning fireplace. Dining room offers unique, beautiful crown moldings not seen in newer homes at this price point. Kitchen provides custom cherry cabinets w/plenty of storage, new double ovens, new microwave, a DW & refrigerator. Sun room provides an every day family room with spa, eating area & wet bar. Upstairs you will find every bedroom providing extra large space with walk-in closets. Enjoy a great neighborhood in the beautiful historic Collett Park right outside your door. Home is being sold as is.
4 Beds // 3 Baths // 4423 Sqft
Beautiful Victorian home located in the heart of the historic district of the river city town of Atchison,Ks.This fine home is one of the most original homes in town with its hardwood floors, stain glass windows, curved cut glass entry way, original wood work, original light fixtures,(plus one fixture from the Amelia Earhart home),hand crafted staircase, & Victorian colors inside and out!Also there is documentation that the original owner was a surgeon in the civil war and friends with President Lincoln.
4 Beds // 2 Baths // 2747 Sqft