The Lent-Riker Homestead: Oldest Inhabited House In New York

“Want to come see my cemetery?” That was all the invitation Marion Duckworth Smith needed to accompany her date to his historic home in East Elmsworth, Queens, New York, near LaGuardia airport in the fall of 1979. The fact that the house dates back to times before airplanes, heck, before the United States was even... Continue Reading →

The Johnny Cash Home In Hendersonville, Tennessee For Sale

This isn't the famous lakeside home of Johnny and June Cash that was completely destroyed by fire in 2007. This is the home across the road that he bought for his parents. Below are the ruins of Johnny's burnt-out home on Old Hickory Lake: And in this photo, you can see the home he bought... Continue Reading →

Rose Cottage In Enterprise, Oregon

This one is a beauty, but she may be a little too... overdone? Have a look inside and see for yourself. Rose Cottage is located in Enterprise, Oregon. She was built in 1906 and the current owner has her dressed to the nines! Currently for sale for $369,000, this gingerbread Victorian has 3 bedrooms and... Continue Reading →

Mother Eve Fairytale Tiny House In Utah

At all of 230 square feet, there's not much to her. But The Mother Eve Fairytale Tiny House packs much more personality than her actual square footage would suggest. This Tudor-styled, fairytale-inspired vacation rental is located near Zion National Park, Utah. At first glace it may seem at odds with the dry, arid desert landscape.... Continue Reading →

The Lizzie Borden Axe Murder House

This is the home where a terrible double murder took place... On the morning of August 4th 1892, 32-year-old Lizzie Borden screamed up to the third floor where the maid was sleeping: “Maggie, come quick! Father’s dead. Somebody came in and killed him.” The maid came running down to find the bloody body of Lizzie’s... Continue Reading →

Fun Mid-Century Masterpiece in Michigan

House Crazy Sarah loves her a fun mid-century home and she has found a kindred spirit in Flint, Michigan. Meet Heather, a mid-century enthusiast who bought this vintage rancher in December 2019. "My home was custom built in 1947 by Alden Dow. It was featured in Time magazine in 1949. The interior is original to... Continue Reading →

Lighthouse Inspired Riverfront Home In Kentucky

When you think of Kentucky, the state doesn't exactly conjure lakes and oceans and historic lighthouses. But some sea-loving soul just happened to love lighthouses and live in Kentucky. The result is this totally unique - and beautiful - 2,200 square foot raised home near Prospect, Kentucky. Located on Captains Quarters Road, this unusual home... Continue Reading →

Amazing Gothic Revival Home in Staten Island, New York

House Crazy Sarah is in love! This stunning Gothic Revival House stands out in any season. Built in 1855, this grand home is located in Staten Island, New York. If the exterior of the home impresses you, you're going to love the interior... The extensive Victorian/Gothic décor throughout this house is completely captivating. Now, House... Continue Reading →

A Rustic Colorado Mountain Cabin

It's been a while since House Crazy Sarah featured a Colorado cabin from her adopted state. Set on a sunny mountain-side lot in the Sphinx Park area near Bailey, Colorado is this charming 1905 log cabin. This one has that perfect mix of Colorado rustic character and vintage funkiness that House Crazy Sarah so adores.... Continue Reading →

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