The 1888 Dolan House in Lincoln, New Mexico

If you like the history of the wild west, this place might catch your eye. It's not cheap at $685,000, but this 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom home could have many uses and it has a lot of history. The Dolan House is currently being used as a B&B, gift shop, and small restaurant. Built in... Continue Reading →

The Former River Forest Women’s Club Now A Fabulous Private Home

Another fantastic re-imagining of an old public building! This Prairie-style masterpiece was built in 1913 as the River Forest Women's Club in River Forest, Illinois. Today, it has been carefully transformed into a stunning single-family home. It was actually designed by Frank Lloyd Wright's chief draftsman, William Drummond, who was also the husband of one... Continue Reading →

Affordable 1890 Folk Victorian Home For Sale In Maryland!

House Crazy Sarah loves to bring you affordable vintage homes that are within most of our budgets. This adorable folk Victorian in Cumberland, Maryland fits the bill - it's listed at only $129,900! So unless there's a typo, this may be the old house deal of the century. But one note to Realtors: PLEASE stop... Continue Reading →

Historic Villa For Sale In Poland

House Crazy Sarah found this charming home in Poznan, Poland. Poznan is a city halfway between Warsaw and Berlin and is known for its old town with Renaissance-style buildings in an old market square. The town hall's clock features mechanical goats that butt heads at noon. Fun! This villa is currently listed for sale for... Continue Reading →

Live/Work Dream Space: An 1886 Jewel On Main Street Maine

Have a look at this enchanting old commercial building that is currently up for sale on the Main Street of Vinalhaven, a beautiful island in Maine's Penobscot Bay. Originally built in 1886 as a Knights of Pythias Hall, this 3-story Victorian has had many uses over the decades. Situated on a prominent spot on Main... Continue Reading →

Marilyn Monroe’s Last Home In Brentwood, California

Marilyn Monroe lived in her Brentwood neighborhood home in Los Angeles for only six months before her life came to a sad end on August 4th, 1962. She lived in an astounding total of 43 homes in her lifetime, but this was the only one she ever actually bought herself. Monroe purchased the house in... Continue Reading →

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