Colonel George Gillespie’s 1780 Home in Limestone Tennessee

Welcome to the Colonel George Gillespie Home in Limestone, Tennessee. Dating back to the 1780's, this home is unique because it was one of the first stone houses built in Tennessee and is subsequently listed in the National Registry of Historic Houses. George Gillespie II came to the American Colonies in 1744, at the age... Continue Reading →

Key West Island Village Cottage

Now for some Key West cottage charm! Located in the Seaport side of Old Town, this historic Key West rental cottage is nestled in one of the island’s most enchanting residential neighborhoods. Originally built in 1860, Island Village Cottage was restored in the early 1990's, channeling the colorful Caribbean character. The cottage is tiny but... Continue Reading →

1924 Church Converted To Stunning Home In Virginia

Another stunning historic church converted into a private home! This former AME Church in Staunton, Virginia is listed for sale for $789,000. The handsome former chapel is now a 4-story dwelling with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Come on inside! The current owners have turned this structure into a gorgeous modern home. Yet many original... Continue Reading →

Little Bohemia Lodge In Wisconsin: John Dillinger Slept Here

A few years back, House Crazy Sarah visited this fascinating old lodge in the north woods of Wisconsin. Little Bohemia Lodge was the site of the infamous Dillinger Gang shootout with the FBI in 1934 and was also the filming location of the 2008 Johnny Depp movie Public Enemies that depicted the botched raid which... Continue Reading →

Adorable Lakeside Cottage in Michigan

Are you twitching to get out of the city or the 'burbs so you can kick back next to a peaceful lake on those fast approaching warm summer days? Let us indulge our twitches by ogling at this adorable 3 bedroom lakeside cabin in Northern Michigan! This seasonal cottage is located on Mullett Lake near... Continue Reading →

Charming Heath Cottage On The Isle Of Wight

Time for another charming English cottage! Heath Cottage was built in 1855 and sits opposite a church in the historic village of Brighstone, on the Isle of Wight, UK. This Grade II-listed property sits on a 0.32 acre plot and has both countryside and sea views! Nestled in the heart of the village, it has... Continue Reading →

1940’s Art Deco Casa In Phoenix Arizona

House Crazy Sarah needed a little sunshine in her life - and then she found this gem! The curb appeal is in the high happy range for this 1940's Phoenix art deco style home.  The entryway literally embraces us with sunshine! It's only 864 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, but it feels... Continue Reading →

Another Creepy Old Grey House

House Crazy Sarah should've saved this house for Halloween season because it embodies all things dark and ghoulish. But she just couldn't help herself - this house is too hilarious not to share, no matter what time of year! Coffin in the corner.... yay or nay? House Crazy Sarah loves her some color in her... Continue Reading →

1925 Mediterranean Revival In St. Augustine Florida

This artful and charming Mediterranean Revival style home is located in the historic Fullerwood District of St. Augustine, Florida. The home was built in 1925 and it is currently listed for sale for $669,990. The listing proclaims it is the "highlight of the Historic Fullerwood district." Yes, it is a beautiful property. But what caught... Continue Reading →

The Most Charming Cafe in Paris: Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole

House Crazy Sarah loves all things French and Parisian. That's where one half of her ancestry hails from, after all. Naturally, she was completely charmed when she first saw this dainty little place. Known for its beautiful purple Wisteria draping the exterior, Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole dates back 500 years! Constructed in the year 1512,... Continue Reading →

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