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This 1638 House Is the Oldest For Sale in America

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17. 273 Pendleton Hill Rd
> Year built: 1706
> Location: North Stonington, Connecticut
> Size: 3 beds, 2 baths, 2,056 sq ft
> List/sale price: $875,000

This home in North Stonington, Connecticut, is one of the oldest working farms in America, sitting on a 28-acre lot. It still has hundreds of blueberry bushes. Built in 1706, this restored New England home features original wood flooring as well as period-accurate hardware and windows. It also has modern appliances in the kitchen, laundry room, and bathroom.

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16. 245 Ridge St
> Year built: 1693
> Location: Millis, Massachusetts
> Size: 4 bed, 2 bath, 2,667 sq ft
> List/sale price: $1,365,000

This Millis, Massachusetts, home, known as Bogastow Farm, is on a working sheep farm, spanning over 64 acres. The main house was initially constructed in 1693, and the rest of the farm was added much later in the 20th century. It is listed with an asking price of $1,365,000.

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15. 1 Old Salem Rd
> Year built: 1690
> Location: Gloucester, Massachusetts
> Size: 3 beds, 2 baths, 2,752 sq ft
> List/sale price: $699,000

This Gloucester, Massachusetts, home, which sold in June 2021, was initially constructed about 330 years ago. Many of the original features have been preserved and maintained, with several modern amenities added. It features three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as four fireplaces and a private patio.

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14. 75 Bridge St
> Year built: 1690
> Location: Manchester, Massachusetts
> Size: 4 bed, 3.5 bath, 3,954 sq ft
> List/sale price: $1,475,000

This Manchester, Massachusetts, property, listed at nearly $1,5 million sits on 2.7 acres of private property. The home itself is relatively large as well, at almost 4,000 square feet, with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It also features a carriage house and is within walking distance of Whittiers Cove.

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13. 485 Hoppin Hill Ave
> Year built: 1690
> Location: North Attleboro, Massachusetts
> Size: 3 beds, 3.5 baths, 2,512 sq ft
> List/sale price: $580,000

This North Attleboro property is one of eight Massachusetts homes to rank among the oldest homes for sale in America in 2021. Though the colonial farmhouse was initially constructed in 1690, it was totally renovated in 1995. The three-bed, 3.5-bath home also features two living rooms, a fireplace, a two-car garage, and a patio.

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