Special Report

Famous Historic Homes Currently For Sale

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The Keeper’s House
> Location: Isle Au Haut, ME
> Built in: 1907
> Asking price: $1.97 million

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this property includes a Victorian-era lighthouse, still operating (and automated), which offers panoramic views of Penobscot Bay and the offshore islands.

Rockport House
> Location: Rockport, ME
> Built in: 1875
> Asking price: $2.79 million

A modern residence in a historic former Methodist church, Rockport House covers almost 10,000 square feet over four stories, connected by an elevator.

Dartholm
> Location: Southwest Harbor, ME
> Built in: 1900
> Asking price: $4.37 million

Originally built as a dancehall, Dartholm was repurposed to become the summer residence for the president of Dartmouth College.

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Iron Horse Salt Farm
> Location: Sullivan, ME
> Built in: 1930
> Asking price: $3.6 million

On more than 50 acres of oceanfront land, this gated estate includes a barn with horse stalls, a boathouse, and an artist’s studio in addition to the main renovated farmhouse.

Brick Colonial Revival Home
> Location: Clio, MI
> Built in: 1907
> Asking price: $420,000

This Colonial Revival classic, built with red bricks from the long-vanished Clio Brickyard, was restored in 2021.

Victorian House
> Location: West Plains, MO
> Built in: 1886
> Asking price: $517,000

Known as “Seven Gables,” this Victorian in the Ozarks retains many of the original details but has been fully restored and updated. It has functioned in recent years as a B&B.

Snowdoun
> Location: Columbus, MS
> Built in: 1854
> Asking price: $700,000

This classic Early Revival house was built for Mississippi governor James Whitfield (1791-1875) and once played host to future Confederate president Jefferson Davis. It’s build around an octogonal central hall and has seven breezeways.

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Converted Church
> Location: Glendive, MT
> Built in: 1900
> Asking price: $250,000

This historic church, complete with pulpit, dome ceiling, and belfry, was once converted to a commercial property but has since been turned back into a home.

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Neoclassical Home
> Location: Lincoln, NE
> Built in: 1894
> Asking price: $724,000

Considered one of Lincoln’s most beautiful historic buildings, this property overlooks the State Capitol.

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Fleetwood Farm
> Location: Tamworth, NH
> Built in: 1790
> Asking price: $2.37 million

Situated on more than 100 acres of land, including open fields, gardens, and a private pond, this residence is accompanied by a log cabin, a barn, and a guest cottage.

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