historic homes

  1. Time stood still

    Homes for Sale Where Time Stood Still

    Some homes are like a time capsule, preserving the heart and soul of a decade for generations to come.

  2. Harriet Beecher Stowe Maine home exterior

    House of the Week: Home Where Harriet Beecher Stowe Wrote ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’

    Harriet Beecher Stowe rented this home to complete “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” in the 1850s.

  3. Pilgrim-era homestead

    For Sale: Pilgrim-Era Saltbox Built By One of America’s Earliest Settlers

    It was reconstructed piece by piece in Gilmanton, NH along with a one-room school, corn crib, barn, water tower and carriage shed.

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    Historic or Modern: Which Home Would You Choose?

    To help you decide, we’ve found historic and modern gems for sale in cities across the country.

  5. 15 Dupont Cir

    House of the Week: DC Mansion Occupied by President Calvin Coolidge

    As 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. underwent renovations, President Coolidge and the first lady moved to the Patterson Mansion for the summer.

  6. Babe Ruth's home

    House of the Week: Babe Ruth’s ‘Home Plate Farm’ in Sudbury, MA

    If there ever were a grand slam in real estate, “Home Plate Farm” would be it.

  7. new jersey

    13 Homes From the 13 Colonies

    We’re taking a real estate tour through each colony, and getting a history lesson along the way.

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    House of the Week: Historic Home in Silicon Valley for $27 Million

    Los Altos’ landmark Morgan Estate, or also called Stonebook, was built in 1914 and is listed on the Federal Historic Register.

  9. Baltimore

    Historic Homes: Is ‘Owning Old’ Right for You?

    “They just don’t make ‘em like they used to.” We’re all familiar with this phrase, often uttered by people lamenting the lack of quality and durability […]

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    300 Years Old and Still Standing Strong: Newark Home Hits Market for $438K

    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.

  11. The Oklawaha, FL home where the FBI shot dead Kate Ma Barker and her son in a 1935 raid. The property is for sale fo $1M. SOURCE: Reuters

    Bullets Included With This Ma Barker/FBI Shootout Home for Sale in Florida

    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.

  12. McPike Mansion

    America’s Most Haunted Houses

    These creepy homes top the list for fright.

  13. 401 E Grove St Bloomington IL

    Pros and Cons of Owning a Home in a Historic District

    Along with the great past of your new home, there are all sorts of opportunities as well as important considerations to keep in mind.

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    How To Get an Architectural Review Board to Approve Your Home Design or Remodeling Project

    If you’re planning on building a custom home in a new development or remodeling a home in an older neighborhood, you’ll likely to find your plans subject to design review.