The Literary Apartments In Kansas City, Missouri

The Literary Apartments in Kansas City, Missouri are a little known gem. They are named after famous literary figures. Also known as the Poet Apartments, the Literary Apartments were built between 1927-1929. The beautiful buildings are located in the Country Club Plaza district of Kansas City, Missouri. These photos of the apartment buildings were taken... Continue Reading →

Historic Wisconsin Church Converted To Spectacular Home

This grand 1901 church has been given new life as a private home and the theme is all about drama! Located on Main Street in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, this 1901 church has more of a European cathedral feel to it than a small town mid-western church. It has been reimagined as an unusual home with... Continue Reading →

Folsom’s Sugar House In Chester New Hampshire

It's the time of year to tap the maples because the sap is running. It's maple syrup making time! And look at this quaint little place House Crazy Sarah came across... Welcome to Folsom's Sugar House in Chester, New Hampshire. Folsom's Sugarhouse produces pure maple syrup, maple candy, cream, and sugar. The little yellow house... Continue Reading →

The Colored Girls Museum

Welcome to The Colored Girls Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. House Crazy Sarah stumbled upon this enchanting place in her usual way - whilst perusing the interwebs for meaningful, beautiful, historic things. The Colored Girls Museum is a multidisciplinary memoir museum focused on "the ordinary colored girl." It was founded by Vashti DuBois in 2015 and... Continue Reading →

1950’s Bank Building Converted To Industrial, Highly-Secure Home

House Crazy Sarah has featured historic bank buildings converted to homes┬ábefore, but this one is a little different. In a distinct departure from the quaint architecture of those ornate 1800's classically-inspired bank buildings, this one is a mid-century 10,000 square foot run-of-the-mill office that some creative soul decided to give a contemporary/industrial makeover. The result... Continue Reading →

Historic Bakery Building For Sale in Saint Louis, Missouri

Look at this sweet building currently for sale in Saint Louis! The historic storefront and adjoining apartment date back to 1873. The old Carondelet Bakery on Virginia street is a quaint neighborhood business with a 4 bedroom, 4 bath living space above. The total building area is 5,369 square feet on a 7,231 square foot... Continue Reading →

Former Nun’s Convent Repurposed

Holy wow, this place is divine! This building was built and used for many years as a convent where nuns would live in simple service to the Lord. Located in downtown Olyphant in Northeast Pennsylvania, it has been converted into a home & business and is now for sale! This unique property is approved for... Continue Reading →

Historic Penthouse With Amazing Waterfront Views

Look at those dazzling views! Turquoise water beyond a lush, green Mediterranean-style terrace... A beautiful Moroccan-themed mansion... Any guesses on where this slice of paradise is located? Would you have suspected in a million years that it is located in downtown Chicago? Yes indeed, that turquoise blue water is none other than cold Lake Michigan!... Continue Reading →

Venus Pavilion On The Island Of Love

And now for something a little different on this Valentine's Day... This is the historic Venus Pavilion on the Island of Love, located in the Park of the Imperial Residence, Gatchina, Russia. One might not immediately think Russia to be a bastion of romantic love and classical architecture, but lo and behold, there exists a... Continue Reading →

The Maplegrove Inn, New Brunswick Canada

This bright yellow beauty is a quaint boutique hotel located in the village of Riverside-Albert, in New Brunswick, Canada. The Maplegrove Inn is housed in a darling historic home which dates back to 1854. The country Inn has five guest bedrooms and several outbuildings for the enjoyment of guests. House Crazy Sarah happened across this... Continue Reading →

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