1887 Storm Survivor In Galveston Texas

This is a very special house. This 1887 Victorian beauty withstood the devastating Great Storm of 1900 that killed an estimated 8,000 people and wiped out large swaths of Galveston. Now, still here some 130 years later, she proudly displays her 1900 Storm Survivor plaque. The home is located in the Galveston Historic District on... Continue Reading →

For Sale: The Four Pillars Inn In New Hampshire

On Main Street in the town of Keene, New Hampshire, you will find this distinctive Dutch Colonial with, yes, four very pronounced pillars. This gorgeous gambrel dame dates back to 1850 and has long been known to locals as The Four Pillars Inn. Now the old place is up for sale, searching for new caretakers.... Continue Reading →

1916 Log Cabin For Sale In Hope, Alaska

Look at this honey of an old log cabin in the small town of Hope, Alaska! It's rustic, it's vintage Alaska, and it's for sale! Located in the former gold-mining town of Hope, about 90 miles south of Anchorage, this 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom historic log home also includes an art studio/gallery, a woodworking shop,... Continue Reading →

Lloyd’s Signal Station In Cornwall, United Kingdom

Located on the high cliffs of Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula, is this one-of-a-kind maritime gem. Long known as Lloyd's Signal Station, you can now rent this historic and iconic building that once provided safe navigation to passing ships. The vacation rental sleeps six guests and even accepts dogs! A signal station is similar to a lighthouse; it... Continue Reading →

A Perfect ‘Sunday House’

Look at this historic darling! Vanessa shared these photos of her adorable "Sunday House" in Fredericksburg, Texas. Vanessa writes: "Almost one year ago, my husband and I purchased this precious 1930s replica of a traditional Sunday House in Fredericksburg, TX. We have been working diligently to update interior. This house makes me nothing but happy!!!"... Continue Reading →

House Crazy Sarah Is Now A Resident Of Canada!

Well, she did it. House Crazy Sarah and her children successfully made the 1,800 mile journey from Colorado to her hometown in Northern Ontario! A million things could have gone wrong, but they didn't. The stars somehow all aligned and the Universe cleared a smooth path. Not that it wasn't difficult, because it was extremely... Continue Reading →

Colonel George Gillespie’s 1780 Home in Limestone Tennessee

Welcome to the Colonel George Gillespie Home in Limestone, Tennessee. Dating back to the 1780's, this home is unique because it was one of the first stone houses built in Tennessee and is subsequently listed in the National Registry of Historic Houses. George Gillespie II came to the American Colonies in 1744, at the age... Continue Reading →

Key West Island Village Cottage

Now for some Key West cottage charm! Located in the Seaport side of Old Town, this historic Key West rental cottage is nestled in one of the island’s most enchanting residential neighborhoods. Originally built in 1860, Island Village Cottage was restored in the early 1990's, channeling the colorful Caribbean character. The cottage is tiny but... Continue Reading →

1924 Church Converted To Stunning Home In Virginia

Another stunning historic church converted into a private home! This former AME Church in Staunton, Virginia is listed for sale for $789,000. The handsome former chapel is now a 4-story dwelling with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Come on inside! The current owners have turned this structure into a gorgeous modern home. Yet many original... Continue Reading →

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