The Ancient Ram Inn of Gloucestershire, England

Said to be the most haunted Inn in Britain, this place has both history and spirits! The Ancient Ram Inn can trace its roots back to the year 900 AD and is reported to be built on the site of a pagan burial ground. This makes for a very spooky and intriguing ambiance. The old... Continue Reading →

The Mushroom Houses Of Charlevoix Michigan

If you've followed House Crazy Sarah for a while, you know she is an enthusiastic fan of the Mushroom Houses of Charlevoix, Michigan. The Mushroom Houses are a cluster of oddly shaped stone homes with wavy roofs that look like both stubby fungi and whimsical fairytale cottages. The man responsible was Earl Young - an... Continue Reading →

1867 Schoolhouse Converted To Home in Wisconsin

School is back in full swing now, so House Crazy Sarah thought it was time for another historic schoolhouse conversion! This little cutie is located on Pleasant Corner Road, near the village of Stockholm, Wisconsin. Stockholm was founded in 1854 by immigrants from Sweden, who named it after their country's capital. This former one-room schoolhouse... Continue Reading →

The Upton Grange Hall In Maine

If you would like to live in a rustic piece of history in New England, for a very affordable price, House Crazy Sarah has found the perfect place for you! Priced at a mere $54,900, this enchanting building is located in Newry, Maine in close proximity to Grafton Notch State Park, Umbagog State Park and... Continue Reading →

Le Petit Chablis In Canon City Colorado Is For Sale

One of House Crazy Sarah's all-time favorite restaurants in Colorado is up for sale! The authentic French cuisine restaurant is housed in an 1888 Victorian home in historic Canon City, Colorado. Canon City is one of House Crazy Sarah's former stomping grounds when she lived in Colorado for many years so she has had the... Continue Reading →

The Crooked House of Windsor

This quirky, off-balance structure is famously known as The Crooked House of Windsor. It is a Grade II listed commercial building in Windsor, England dating back 1687. The structure, which is also called The Market Cross House, was reconstructed in the eighteenth century and now stands at "an outrageous slant." It has three storeys and... Continue Reading →

Rose Apothecary From Schitt’s Creek Is Up For Sale!

A landmark historic building made famous by the much loved Canadian TV show Schitt's Creek has hit the market for $2.35 million. Schittheads will remember this place fondly as David's boutique store, the┬áRose Apothecary. Now the two-story brick structure in Goodwood, Ontario is up for grabs. The commercial building is attached to a large brick... Continue Reading →

Stunning 1883 Converted Church In Eustis, Florida

Wow! House Crazy Sarah's heart goes all a-flutter when she comes across unique & gorgeous places like this! This church dates back to 1883, and although it no longer functions as a church, it has been pristinely maintained as an event center. Located on Citrus Avenue in Eustis, Florida, this old place of worship is... Continue Reading →

The School House Inn, Bisbee, Arizona

Check out this quirky-sweet B&B in Bisbee, Arizona. Bisbee is a quirky place to begin with, being an old mining town in the desert southwest. But imagine stumbling across this unusual gem in your travels! House Crazy Sarah loves old schools converted to living spaces and this one does not disappoint. From the kids' art... Continue Reading →

Tintagel Old Post Office In Cornwall, United Kingdom

The Tintagel Old Post Office is a 14th-century stone medieval manor house, situated in Tintagel, Cornwall, in the United Kingdom. And yes, it was actually a post office at one point in its long existence. The Grade I listed house, and its surrounding cottage garden, are under the care and ownership of the UK National... Continue Reading →

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