After three centuries, these 10 homes aren’t simply still standing—they’re also ready for a fresh start with a new owner.
For lovers of old houses, we’ve rounded up the 10 oldest homes to land on the market this week. What we uncovered is a collection of Colonial charmers with exciting stories to tell.
If you’re the entrepreneurial type, there’s a renovated schoolhouse built in 1715 that comes with an option to open an antiques shop.
There’s also Lapham manor, which was built in 1710 for an aristocrat. In Massachusetts, there’s a home that is believed to have hosted one of the first Japanese people in North America.
These aren’t just homes—they’re pieces of American history you can own! We’d love to hear from you if you make an offer on any one of these 10 oldies but goodies.
Built in 1700: This 320-year-old home has a dollhouse exterior