Featured Homes

  • c. 1850 – Blair, SC – $173,900


c. 1790 – Halifax, NC – $28,000

23 Pittsylvania Ave, Halifax, NC 27839 - Not For Sale*

wn your own piece of History within The Historic Town of Halifax! Over 200 years old, built in the late 1700's, early 1800's, this beautiful Colonial Home formally known as The Price House is in much need of repairs and restoration. NEEDS TLC and SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS! Yet, when fully restored it can be a prize show piece. Starting with a Victorian front porch, displaying original front door transom and sidelights, beautiful mantels and some original woodworking. This featured home is not only unique, but is also a work of art. Home was once registered with Preservation North Carolina, covenants/restrictions, may still apply to new buyer. Potential buyer may be eligible to receive historic preservation tax credits. Consult with the Town of Halifax first, but imagine converting this home into a small Bed n Breakfast in the historical heart of the County or your own personal home.

2 Beds // 3 Baths // 2107 Sqft

02/20/2017 // 23 Comments

1790 – East Hampton, CT – $99,900

14 Main St, East Hampton, CT 06424 - Sold*

Classic Colonial with 9 Rooms, 5 Bedrooms 2 staircases. yesteryear charm including original fireplace in the formal living room, wood floors & beautiful wrap around porch. With renovation financing imagine the posabilities. COME SEE!

5 Beds // 2 Baths // 1869 Sqft

07/01/2014 // 8 Comments

c. 1900 – Cynthiana, KY – $345,900

307 E Pike St, Cynthiana, KY 41031 - Not For Sale*

Step back in time when you enter this lovely Late Victorian Style Chateauesque home. This four level home offers hardwood floors,double parlors, original marble and tile fireplaces with ornate wooden mantles, cherry/oak pocket doors coordinating with woodwork per room, all original light fixtures excepts for a few replaced with matching era antiques. Massive woodwork, curved grand staircase with 4 pattern hand carved spindles, beautiful imported stained glass window in stair landing. Third floor grand ball room presently used as bedroom. Large walk in closets with cedar panel lined walls. Lower level offers kitchenette with wet bar, library, sauna, full bath, media and game room. Exterior features: 3 level round tower with conical roof and bowed windows. patio, gazebo, semi-circle porches, detached 2 car garage, stone fence and wrought iron fence enclose this lovely half acre plus lawn.

5 Beds // 3.5 Baths // 9216 Sqft

03/06/2014 // 28 Comments

c. 1895 – Hartville, MO – $55,000

121 N Church St, Hartville, MO 65667 - Sold*

Beautiful Victorian Home dating back to the 1800's. Known locally as the Frisco Mansion this house is a part of history. It features a gorgeous staircase connecting upper and lower foyers. Antique light fixtures throughout. Unique split Bathrooms both upstairs and down. Marble sinks in each bedroom. This is an opportunity to own and save an elegant part of history.

3 Beds // 1 Baths // 2700 Sqft

06/05/2013 // 31 Comments

1820 – Washington, North Carolina – $499,900

731 W Main St, Washington, NC 27889 - Sold*

Historic splendor! This home, Elmwood, is the crown jewel of Washington. It echoes the granduer of historic Southern charm, architecture and prominence. Stately exterior, exquisite interior with huge rooms, beautifully maintained, with a view of the river. A landmark of Little Washington.

6 Beds // 4.5 Baths // 5550 Sqft

04/20/2012 // 5 Comments

1906 – Marshalltown, IA – Sold

607 W Main St, Marshalltown, IA 50158 - Sold*

Unique 3 story home with 5 bedroom and a number of curved glass windows. Sell as is.

5 Beds // 4 Baths // 5017 Sqft

02/24/2012 // 131 Comments

1899 Eclectic, Delphos, OH – $219,000

505 5th St E, Delphos, OH 45833 - Sold*

The Leilich House, A Georgian Revival House, was built by Henry Louis Leilich. It is located on 505 W. Fifth Street. The house is the only one in town with a window's walk. A deck at the top of the house from which the wives of sea captains stood and watched for their husband's ship to return. This landmark has been well maintained and preserved. This Grand Historical Home has many original chandeliers, wallpaper, 10' ceilings, hardwood floors include quarter sawn oak wood, sycamore woods, rosewoods, curly maple woods through out home. Music parlor room has gilded plaster works. Please see Associate Docs for more features and all updates. Contact Sally O. Fitzgerald for your own personal tour 419-306-7060

4 Beds // 2 Baths // 4284 Sqft

11/14/2011 // 14 Comments

1780 Eclectic – Barre, MA – $395,000

257 Walnut Hill Rd, Barre, MA 01005 - Demolished*

Circa 1780 Colonial on over 132 acres. Great opportunity to restore an unspoiled gem! The home is not inhabitable and needs total renovation, but has huge potential for possible B&B, retreat or family farm. Acres of hilltop hayfield with beautiful southwesterly views. Two large fields, pasture & large wooded portion sloping toward the Prince River to the west. This property has been in the same family since 1837 and was once part of Great Farm VII. Assessment reflects Chapter 61A.

5 Beds // 4247 Sqft

05/23/2011 // 7 Comments

1817 Eclectic – Blauvelt, NY – $1,299,000

45 Schuyler Rd, Blauvelt, NY - Sold*

Historic c. 1817 Montgomery Schuyler Roosevelt House. Situated on 9.1 acres of partially subdivided property (3-1+ acre lots and 1 4+ acre parcel). Bordering Buttermilk Falls County Park, this paradise of woods, trails and scenic views, is a welcome private refuge. House features original cedar siding, stone fireplaces and a carriage house with tower. A second cottage is located on the property. This unique European style Colonial is looking for a historic visionary to restore her to her former beauty, or to build a home to suit their needs. Property has potential to further subdivide. Great location. Desirable South Orangetown Schools. Just 25 minutes to NYC.

4 Beds // 4 Baths // 3175 Sqft

07/15/2010 // 0 Comments

1905 Eclectic – Morganton, NC – $119,000

101 Church St, Morganton, NC - Sold*

This unique historic home named The Aerie overlooks Glen Alpine and has beautiful views of the mountains. Not only does the home have interesting architecture including Colonial Revival, Queen Ann and Tudor but there is plenty of local historical significance as well. The house was built by Dr. Hennessee who also had his office in the residence. Some of the architectural features include the following: stone octagonal tower, wraparound porch with stone pillars, wide moldings, tongue and groove walls and some original mantels. Owner has saved salvageable wood and shutters. No heat installed. Includes three story barn.

5 Beds // 1 Baths // 3870 Sqft

06/14/2010 // 32 Comments