Fabulous Victorian Home For Sale In Austin, Texas

From the exterior, this Victorian beauty is in exquisite condition. Built in 1892 by the Weisiger-White family, it is located in the historic Hyde Park district of Austin, Texas. It is currently listed for sale for $2,625,000. The listing states that the home has undergone "two major historically sensitive additions in the last twenty years,... Continue Reading →

Charming Village Cottage & Barn In The French Alps

In her spare time, House Crazy Sarah likes to scour the interwebs for charming historic cottages in tiny medieval villages in the French Alps. Such was the case when she stumbled across this gem in Saint-Laurent-de-la-Cote, a former French commune located in Tarentaise in the department of Savoie, otherwise known as the French Alps. This... Continue Reading →

Very Old Federal Style Home For Sale In Staunton, Virginia

The interesting thing about this wonderful old house is that the realtor has it listed as being "c. 1921". Who thinks the agent's guestimate is off by a few decades? Granted he does state "City records do not go back past 1921", but come on. This house is waaaaaay older than the 1920's. It likely... Continue Reading →

The Gingerbread House in Fairfield, North Carolina

Oh! Oh! Oh! Look at this beauty that recently went up for sale in North Carolina! 3435 N Lake Road is located in a quiet country setting just off the shores of Lake Mattamuskeet near Fairfield, North Carolina. Surrounded by cornfields, this 1872 Folk Gothic Revival-style house is known to the locals as "The Gingerbread... Continue Reading →

Charming Farmhouse For Sale In Grafton, Vermont

Dreaming of an affordable country cottage in rural Vermont? House Crazy Sarah has found you this charming little 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom farmstead located just outside of the quaint town of Grafton, Vermont. That is the same town where the real-life Funny Farm house is located! This 1850 home was just listed for sale at... Continue Reading →

The Mushroom Houses Of Charlevoix Michigan

If you've followed House Crazy Sarah for a while, you know she is an enthusiastic fan of the Mushroom Houses of Charlevoix, Michigan. The Mushroom Houses are a cluster of oddly shaped stone homes with wavy roofs that look like both stubby fungi and whimsical fairytale cottages. The man responsible was Earl Young - an... Continue Reading →

1867 Schoolhouse Converted To Home in Wisconsin

School is back in full swing now, so House Crazy Sarah thought it was time for another historic schoolhouse conversion! This little cutie is located on Pleasant Corner Road, near the village of Stockholm, Wisconsin. Stockholm was founded in 1854 by immigrants from Sweden, who named it after their country's capital. This former one-room schoolhouse... Continue Reading →

Quirky Vintage Adobe Cottage For Sale In Bisbee Arizona

Looking for something way out of the ordinary? House Crazy Sarah has got you covered with this pint-sized historic adobe cottage in Bisbee, Arizona that is just bursting with quirky character! Bisbee is known to be a quirky place... originally a roughneck mining town in the Mule Mountains of southeast Arizona, it is now known... Continue Reading →

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