Prestigious properties can be found throughout this week’s list of the oldest homes to land on the market.
Our top 10 is kicked off by a lovely antique in Rhode Island from 1710. It’s located in the heart of the small state’s “apple country” and includes what was once a cider mill.
And get this, there are two—yes, two—vintage properties named Bittersweet Farm on this week’s list. The first is a 34-acre gentleman’s farm in Pennsylvania with a main house from 1726. The second is a 3.5-acre property with a home built in 1780 in Massachusetts.
There’s also a $10.8 million thoroughbred farm in Kentucky that covers 381 acres plus an exquisite jewel in the heart of historic Charleston, SC, built in 1754.
So pour a tall glass of your favorite cider and scroll on down for a full look at all 10 of these historic beauties.
Year built: 1710
Waterman-Winsor House: Fully restored, this four-bedroom, 3,198-square-foot home is a combination of two small homes.
The 2-acre property is located in the state’s “apple country,” according to the listing. It includes three barns and a former cider mill. In addition, there’s a winter skating pond, gardens, and lawns. The interior of the home has pine floors, a family room with fireplace, and two front parlors.
Year built: 1725
Quintessential Newburyport: Ready for a renovation but loaded with potential, this three-bedroom, 2,092-square-foot home includes five fireplaces and pine floors.
Outside, there’s a brick patio, which can also be used as a parking spot. There’s also an unfinished attic, which could be used to expand the living area.
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Year built: 1726
Bittersweet Farm: This updated Federalist home has 7,438 square feet of living space, including six bedrooms.
Modern-day amenities include a kitchen with pizza oven and a sauna in the main bedroom suite. Vintage features like exposed beams and multiple fireplaces remain.
The 34-acre farm includes a stone terrace, entertainment area, pool, and tennis court. For the horses, there’s a five-stall barn and tack room.
West Grove, PA
Year built: 1730
Four-level treasure: Situated on a third of an acre in the heart of town, this three-bedroom, 2,590-square-foot gem has a chef’s kitchen, new bathrooms, and a roomy backyard. Historic touches include hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and six fireplaces.