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Moved to prevent demolition, the 1795 Wood Farmhouse needs all new systems. Intact details include period Federal mouldings and wainscoting, a Chippendale staircase, “cross and Bible doors,” and four ﬁreplaces. It’s on a 16-acre parcel.
Built in 1831 for Henry Green Wyckoff, in the same family for generations, this I-house retains the original “pumpkin pine” staircase and ﬂoors.
Bookended by stone chimneys, the board-and-batten 1853 Ott farmhouse has a porch with elaborate corbels and fretwork railings.
Crowned by a standing-seam mansard roof, this Quebecois cottage overlooking the St. Lawrence River dates to 1875.
Two massive front gables and a petite center gable with Gothic Revival bargeboards: it’s all about the roof for this striking 1884 Folk Victorian Gothic house.
Built 1903, this stone Dutch Colonial has a balustraded porch, grand entry foyer with unpainted woodwork, overmantel ﬁreplaces, two bay windows with interior shutters, and period-sympathetic kitchen and baths.
If the lip over the porch of this 1906 Folk Queen Anne cottage isn’t quirky enough, how about a swimming pool off the kitchen pass-through, courtesy of a 1970s addition? Period touches include ﬁve-panel doors and a spacious 1950s kitchen.
With unusual arched entry and skintled brick surfaces, this 1932 Spanish Colonial Revival is a distant cousin of the Alamo.
This odd 1940 Cape Cod-ish house with a tower is in need of work. It retains portions of the original curving porch and a stone ﬁreplace with an arched opening. Exposed rafters, beamed ceilings, and shiplap walls offer food for the imagination.
No expense was spared for Andrew McNally’s three-story Altadena mansion. The great map maker used his expansive estate as his own personal calling card for those shivering in the Midwest or along the eastern seaboard, beckoning them to the luxe life available only in Southern California.
In need of restoration, the Caleb Coker house is a late Federal I-house with details including a diamond and sawtooth pattern on the cornice.
Built on Boot Hill in 1927, the Dutch Colonial Revival Burr Mansion also has a gambrel ell. Inside this B&B inn, ﬁnd period millwork, hardwood ﬂoors, French doors, a Batchelder tile-style ﬁreplace, and an original phone niche.
Adorable 3 bedroom house located on quiet dead end street bordering 23 acres of protected forest land.
Become part of the York Estate's remarkable history! This 18th-Century historic home is located on the Foreside in desirable Falmouth Maine.
The seat of the former Bixby Ranch, this architect-designed Shingle Style mansion retains its unusual balustraded gambrel roof and leaded-glass windows. Inside: rich original paneling, beamed ceilings, carved built-ins, period lighting.
Seven Oaks is an 1837 example of a ﬁve-bay I-house with a deep front porch and end chimneys.
The Cason–Veal House is ca. 1830, with a full front porch and shed additions.