The Grandma Moses Schoolhouse Museum In Bennington, Vermont

This diminutive historic schoolhouse and adjoining museum - the Bennington Museum in Bennington, Vermont - contain the largest public collection in the world of paintings by Grandma Moses, the beloved 20th-century American folk artist. Grandma Moses was known for painting scenes of rural life celebrating an idyllic America of days gone by. Anna Mary Robertson... Continue Reading →

Antique Ice Boxes And Vintage Fridges

Ah.... the vintage ice box. They are something you don't see very often outside of Ebay and old house museums, but when you come across one by chance, it's a thrill. Let's take a closer look at these relics from the past. Nobody can say with any certainty who invented the concept of refrigeration. People... Continue Reading →

The Indiana Jones Bed And Breakfast In Antonito, Colorado

If you are a die-hard Indiana Jones fan, you can make a pilgrimage to this home in Antonito, Colorado. This is the actual house that was featured in “Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade,” when Henry Jones Jr. traveled to his father’s home in Colorado. The house he visited in the movie still stands today... Continue Reading →

The Little Castle On The Hill In Pacifica, California

This house is stunningly beautiful! Built in 1907, this Colonial Revival-Craftsman Style home was designed by George Dennison and Henry Wright. It is located on a hillside in Pacifica, California with spectacular views of the ocean beyond. 917 Paseito Terrace is currently listed for sale for $1,998,000. The western views are breathtaking, but have a... Continue Reading →

Affordable 1884 Victorian Dollhouse in Rural Michigan

This is just a pleasant home to take in with your morning coffee. It's the perfect mix of beauty, history, and impeccable pride of ownership - with a good dollop of country charm. This 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom house has 1,848 square feet of pure perfection. It dates back to 1884 and is located in... Continue Reading →

1780 Caribbean Compound For Sale In The US Virgin Islands

If you're a wealthy bloke in search of a historic Caribbean compound, House Crazy Sarah has you covered. If not, oh well, it's nice to look at. Known as En Nordgade on One North Street, a.k.a ''The One'', this home is an elegant mid-eighteenth-century historic property with three apartments and a pool, nestled in the... Continue Reading →

The 1885 Heckman House in Ketchikan, Alaska

Step back in time to the Alaskan days of yore with this 1885 pioneer home near Ketchikan. The Heckman House was built in 1885 for the local cannery superintendent to support the booming local fishing industry of the day. This unique piece of Alaskan history is currently listed for sale for $250,000. The historic home... Continue Reading →

Little Red Schoolhouse In Springwater, New York

Who doesn't love a little old red schoolhouse that has been converted into a home? The schoolhouse is located in Springwater, New York, near the famous Finger Lakes region. It's not currently listed for sale but it was as recently as May of 2023 for the very palatable price of $129,900. One source explains that... Continue Reading →

The Tangerine Dream In Lubbock, Texas Is For Sale

Built in the year 1940, this unique Lubbock, Texas home stands out as a great example of the Moderne architecture style - which was an evolution of Art Deco design. The current owners have maintained the home's sleek styling and played up its vintage nature. They have also been cleverly using it as a vacation... Continue Reading →

Luxe 1925 Beaux-Arts Condominium In Baltimore, Maryland For Sale

House Crazy Sarah doesn't usually feature condos but when she saw this gorgeous 1925 Beaux-Arts building with a luxurious 2-bedroom unit for sale for a decent price, she had to pounce. The setting is the historic Roland Park Condominium complex - a unique and elegant property in Baltimore, Maryland. This 1925 Beaux-Arts building was designed... Continue Reading →

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