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Famous Historic Homes Currently For Sale

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Thomas Square Neighborhood Home
> Location: Savannah, GA
> Built in: Circa 1910
> Asking price: $600,000

Pine flooring, cast-iron fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and picket-fenced outdoor areas are among the attractions here.

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Landmark Historic District Townhome
> Location: Savannah, GA
> Built in: Circa 1851
> Asking price: $1.85 million

This antebellum Savannah house features door hardware imported from London, fixtures imported from South Africa, and other unusual details.

Pine Heart
> Location: Tignall, GA
> Built in: 1898
> Asking price: $649,000

This Wilkes County home, between Augusta and Athens, features nine fireplaces, coffered ceilings, original light fixtures, brass and crystal door hardware, and nine sets of double French doors.

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Grove Street Cottage
> Location: Washington, GA
> Built in: 1900
> Asking price: $240,000

Mantled fireplaces, original six-panel wooden doors, and moldings throughout are featured in this attractive house.

Pharris Home
> Location: Washington, GA
> Built in: 1816
> Asking price: $248,000

This expansive Federal-style home is in the heart of Washington’s historic district.

Belmont
> Location: Washington, GA
> Built in: 1790
> Asking price: $997,000

Belmont was built for George Walton, a federal court justice and one-time governor of Georgia, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

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Dinglewood House
> Location: Columbus, GA
> Built in: 1859
> Asking price: $1.93 million

An Italianate home with high,French windows and Carrara marble mantels, Dinglewood House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

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Andrew Loetscher House
> Location: Dubuque, IA
> Built in: 1906
> Asking price: $450,000

Panoramic views of Dubuque and the Mississippi River are offered by this Arts and Crafts-style home built on a bluff.

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Amana Colonies Historic Home
> Location: Amana, IA
> Built in: 1856
> Asking price: $699,500

This historic property includes one of the first homes built in Amana, one of the villages built by German Lutherans. The area has been designated a National Historic Landmark District.

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Boise Iconic Home
> Location: Boise, ID
> Built in: 1910
> Asking price: $1.39 million

The original deed to this house was signed by President Ulysses S. Grant, and it was once home of Charles Calvin Moore (1866-1958), the state’s 13th governor.

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