The Cates-Cobb House In North Carolina

House Crazy Sarah has had a slow-brewing fondness for American craftsman bungalows over her many years of house-peeping. There's just something about them that is so grounded and quaint. The rich quality and level of craftsmanship.... can we just say it one more time: they don't make houses today like they used to! Such is... Continue Reading →

1717 Colonial Home In Massachusetts For Sale

The sky blue doors and trim on this old gal make her sing! Located in Halifax, Massachusetts this handsome colonial-era home is currently listed for sale for $550,000. This home has been added on to over the centuries but the original part of the structure dates back to 1717. A great bonus feature is the... Continue Reading →

Shorewood Castle In Big Stone Lake Minnesota

On Lakeshore Drive on Big Stone Lake in Minnesota, you will find Shorewood Castle. The "castle" is a stately 1908 Victorian that was a family home until the 1930s after which time the upstairs was converted into two apartments. In recent years the upstairs units have been used as Airbnb vacation rentals. Today, Shorewood Castle... Continue Reading →

Affordable Folk Victorian In Selma Alabama

In the Historic Old Towne of Selma, Alabama, you will find this attractive Folk Victorian. The home was built in 1900 and is currently listed for sale for a very reasonable $190,000. The slate blue exterior is punctuated with a set of brilliant yellow front doors. So sunny and happy! The home also proudly displays... Continue Reading →

Fabulous 1908 Converted School In Washington State

Just another fabulous old school turned into a massive mansion! Located in Latah, Washington (about 30 minutes from Spokane), this 1908 brick beauty has been meticulously renovated into a private home. The former school sits on a 1.43-acre lot on Main Street, and is currently listed for sale for $749,000. The building has a whopping... Continue Reading →

The Southernmost House In Key West Florida

The Southernmost House is a historic mansion in the city of Key West, Florida. It is famous for being, yes, the southernmost house in the Continental United States. Located on the tippy tip of the tip of southern Key West, the house has been converted to a luxury bed & breakfast. Notably, five US presidents... Continue Reading →

Cheery California Bungalow

House Crazy Sarah loves her some vintage California bungalows - like this cutie in Pasadena's historic San Rafael District. Built in 1941, this traditional 1,750 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bungalow is currently up for sale for $1,995,000.  Yikes!  With an estimated monthly mortgage payment of $10,700, it makes House Crazy Sarah squeamish. But... Continue Reading →

English Church Converted To Charming Home Comes With A Graveyard!

Be still our history-architecture-decor-loving hearts! This centuries-old converted church is located in the quaint village of Chilcompton, Somerset, England. Complete with stain-glass windows, vaulted ceilings, and yes, your very own historic graveyard. This beautiful former chapel is currently for sale for £725,000 (approximately $947,000 USD). It was renovated and converted in the mid-1980s into a... Continue Reading →

Camp Sunny Brooks: 1880 Farmhouse & Guest Cottage In West Virgina

Welcome to Camp Sunny Brooks in Hinton, West Virginia! This fun waterfront spread consists of an 1880 farmhouse and a guest cabin, and, it is currently for sale. It's listed at $300,000 - not a bad price for everything it encompasses. The property also includes a garage, boathouse, and picnic pavilion. These early spring pictures... Continue Reading →

Grand Cafe Van Gogh In Bucharest, Romania

Look at this fabulous place in the Old Centre of Bucharest, Romania! The Grand Cafe Van Gogh is a spacious bistro in a historic building that is filled with art and whimsy. The café also has an outdoor terrace and serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Inside, the eye is entertained with a cacophony of... Continue Reading →

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