Historic Austrian Alps Inn For Sale

Fairy tales are made in places like this... In the countryside of Tyrol, Innsbruck in Austria is this enchanting Inn. It has stood in this spot since the year 1455! It is called the Weisse Rössl in Gries am Brenner. And yes, it is for sale for the price of 2,520,000 EUR (approx. $2,847,095 USD).... Continue Reading →

Enchanting Bookstore In A 700 Year Old Church In The Netherlands

Historic cathedral converted into a bookshop? YES PLEASE! House Crazy Sarah has a thing for historic churches, and she has a thing for unique book shops, so when she saw this place, which is an incredible combination of the two, she swooned with delight. The Boekhandel Dominicanen, is located in Maastricht, Netherlands. Housed in a... Continue Reading →

Notre-Dame-Des-Victoires Church In Quebec City

Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church in Quebec City sparkles like a scene in an old-fashioned Christmas card! Magical and historic, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires is a small Roman Catholic church on Place Royale in the lower town of Old Quebec City, in the province of Quebec, Canada. Construction was started on the stone building in 1687 and was completed in 1723.... Continue Reading →

The Cherryfield General Store In Maine

House Crazy Sarah has a thing for historic general stores. In small-town Maine, you will find this historic gem up for sale. It's a little rough and needs someone with a padded bank account who can give the appropriate TLC (and structural reinforcement)... but the potential is exciting. The historic storefront building is located in... Continue Reading →

Good Hart General Store In Michigan

There are few things House Crazy Sarah loves to do more than traveling the backroads and finding little gems like this one. Nestled along Northern Michigan's most scenic highway, M-119 (more famously known as The Tunnel of Trees), is the sleepy town of Good Hart. The "town" is not much more than a sparse smattering... Continue Reading →

Folk Artist Maud Lewis’s House in Nova Scotia

The story of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (1903 - 1970) is a poignant one. She lived most of her life in abject poverty in a tiny cottage in Marshalltown, Nova Scotia. She made do with what little she had and nourished her painting talent by turning her house into a canvas, covering nearly every... Continue Reading →

A Town You Can Buy: Water Valley, Tennessee

Here it is. Here is your next very good (or very bad) investment. This historic southern town in Tennessee is calling your name. It needs a new owner! And you may be the one. Do you love history? Rural architecture? Small town life that has been frozen in time? This one checks all the boxes.... Continue Reading →

The Fuggerei In Bavaria: The World’s Oldest Social Housing Complex

House Crazy Sarah is a firm believer that in order for humans to live fulfilling, thriving lives, they must have a home that is safe, beautiful, AND affordable. The Fuggerei in the city of Augsburg, Bavaria (about an hour from Munich), is a historic place that checks all these crucial boxes. The Fuggerei is a beautiful walled... 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 →

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