Saturday, May 16, 2009

Historic Homes for Sale

I love older homes. I found these beauties -and they are looking for owners! Some have a mini-tour, if you click on their links.



This
cute Greek revival is in Belfast, New York. $85,000!




This is Cobb's Hall, which has been owned by General Lee's descendents since it was built in 1853. $1,500,000. Kilmarnock, Virginia.



Oh, NO! Okalona already sold! c. 1840 I guess so!! at $595,000 on 25 acres and one hour from DC! I thought my boxwoods had overgrown the front of my house - look at those!





Sugartown Estate -Devon, Pennsylvania -c. 1870- Includes a 3 bedroom carriage house, smokehouse, pool, and a grape arbor. $2,850,000.




Davis Plantation House c. 1843 Manning, South Carolina .......$1,800,000 - caretaker cottage, sweet tea, pool, 89 acres.




This photo is grainy, but how perfect is that oak and that hilltop?! Do you feel the need to arrive on horseback?
This home,
Oak Grove, was built in 1854 in Fluvanna, Virginia. $1,990,000. 103 acres.


This beauty is known as The Leggett House in Carthage, Missouri. $675,000. C.1901



And this
one in Marietta, Ohio is precious. $289,500



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4 comments:

Imelda@Inspired Simplicity said...

thanks for your sweet comment on my "procrastinator tiling project". my energies come from sweet comments like yours.

thanks also for sharing your lovely historic home finds. I enjoyed viewing them.

KAREN FIELDS said...

Oh I love these old homes! So graceful and warm.

Ashley Finfrock said...

My 5x Great Grandfather was General Robert E. Lee. My grandmother was a Lee. So as a decedent of his shouldn't I be deeded Cobb's Hall....don't ya think. Wishful thinking on my part. To bad I couldn't afford it. Thank you for showing me this home.

andybell said...

I love to stay in old home. Photograhs are really nice. Thanks for sharing your lovely historic home here.


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