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Love the romance of leaded glass windows, intricate gingerbread trim and elaborate fireplace mantels? Consider these factors before you buy the historic home of your dreams.
The Liberty Bell is just around the corner, but Elfreth’s Alley isn’t just a tourist attraction.
This home style also boasts formal living areas for special occasions and space for a growing family.
Some homes are like a time capsule, preserving the heart and soul of a decade for generations to come.
Harriet Beecher Stowe rented this home to complete “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” in the 1850s.
It was reconstructed piece by piece in Gilmanton, NH along with a one-room school, corn crib, barn, water tower and carriage shed.
To help you decide, we’ve found historic and modern gems for sale in cities across the country.
As 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. underwent renovations, President Coolidge and the first lady moved to the Patterson Mansion for the summer.
If there ever were a grand slam in real estate, “Home Plate Farm” would be it.
We’re taking a real estate tour through each colony, and getting a history lesson along the way.
Los Altos’ landmark Morgan Estate, or also called Stonebook, was built in 1914 and is listed on the Federal Historic Register.
From size to historic registration, these are a few factors to consider before you buy.
The Sydenham House was built in 1712 as a two-room saltbox over a root cellar and was later expanded 1836. It’s the oldest house in Newark and the oldest private residence in the metropolitan New York area.
The museum-like home where in 1935 the FBI killed Ma Barker and her gang is being sold via auction with bids starting at $1 million.