Old Log Cabin On Moonshine Lane

Talk about primitive! This log homestead in rural Pennsylvania dates back to 1763 and is in near original condition. But it has been exquisitely cared for so it makes for a cozy - albeit rugged - home. Set on 3.35 mountain acres, the cabin is only minutes from a National Forest. It is listed for... 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 →

New & Old In A 1730 Pennsylvania Farmhouse

This historic farmhouse in Malvern, Pennsylvania has been expanded throughout the years to create a stunning blend of new and old. Known as "Les Petits Bois" because in the 1800's, a French professor created the first addition to the original 1730's stone home. In the 1990's, Peter Zimmerman Architects seamlessly blended the most recent addition.... Continue Reading →

La Maison Dumas In Old Montreal

Have a look at this belleĀ MaisonĀ in Ville Marie, Montreal, Quebec... Ville-Marie is the name of an arrondissement (borough) in the center of Montreal. At 445 Rue St-Paul E., you will find this stunningly preserved home that dates back to 1740! This home is decorated and maintained in a sophisticated Old World style - or more... Continue Reading →

Exquisite 1700’s House On Lake Maggiore, Italy

A little while back, House Crazy Sarah featured Paola and Marco's rustic mountain getaway "hut" in Northern Italy. Now, she's going to have a look at their house on Lake Maggiore, Italy. The home is located in a picturesque fishing village called Solcio di Lesa, in the Piedmont region. Paola explained that the village has... Continue Reading →

The Pink House – A 1795 Waterford Virginia Landmark

It's not exactly pink... it's more of a rosy-peachy hue. But locals have long referred to it as The Pink House. The Pink House is located in the heart of a quaint historic village called Waterford. Waterford is in Loudoun County, Virginia about 47 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. Here's the cool thing: the entire... Continue Reading →

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