David Malouf Art Deco House In Brisbane, Australia

If you are a fan of the Art Deco movement, then you will appreciate the David Malouf House in Brisbane, Australia. The house is named for the Australian author David Malouf who lived here for a number of years and wrote some of his most famous works here. David Malouf - b. 1934 The home... Continue Reading →

Eureka Springs Arkansas Folk Victorian Cottage For Sale

Eureka Springs, Arkansas is one of House Crazy Sarah's favorite places to house-peep. The town is renowned for its quaint Victorian cottages that dot the hilly landscape. This adorable Folk-Victorian Cottage is located on the "Upper Historic Loop" - the heart of the historic Eureka Springs. This is not a huge house at 1,430 square... Continue Reading →

Historic Country Estate in New Jersey

When you think of New Jersey, historic houses are not usually the first thing that come to mind, but there are some fabulous historic properties in this oft-overlooked state. One fine example that recently went under contract is this country estate with a main house that dates back to the 1850s. It is located on... Continue Reading →

The Haunted Rensow Manor Library Retreat In Germany

In Rensow Germany, you will find this foreboding manor whose foundations reportedly date back some 1,200 years. It is said to be haunted by the ghosts of Slavic gods. If you feel the desire to immerse yourself in the haunted history of this place, you are in luck. You can rent out a portion of... Continue Reading →

Historic Stone Artist’s Studio For Sale In France

This unique property has been making the rounds on the interwebs 1) because it is so adorable; 2) because it is in France; and 3) because it's for sale for cheap! Located in Juignac in the Charente department in southwestern France, this true artist's studio/cottage is currently listed for sale for €88,000 (around $92,000 USD).... Continue Reading →

1678 French Canadian Stone Farmhouse In Quebec

The photos are stunning in their own right, but when House Crazy Sarah read the listing description for this old home, her historic house-loving heart was set a flutter! Away from the road, set in the middle of a large lot with lots of flowers and a stream, this large farmhouse enjoys sunsets over the... Continue Reading →

Jane Austen’s Former Family Home in Bath, England

This one is for all you English literary/old-house lovers. You can now stay in the very home where famed author Jane Austen once lived with her family! Jane Austen 1775 - 1817   Located in the city of Bath, England, this 17th-century row house was inhabited by Jane Austen from 1801 to 1805. It was... Continue Reading →

The Grandma Moses Schoolhouse Museum In Bennington, Vermont

This diminutive historic schoolhouse and adjoining museum - the Bennington Museum in Bennington, Vermont - contain the largest public collection in the world of paintings by Grandma Moses, the beloved 20th-century American folk artist. Grandma Moses was known for painting scenes of rural life celebrating an idyllic America of days gone by. Anna Mary Robertson... Continue Reading →

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