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Historic Farmhouses for Sale Across America

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If you've ever imagined yourself cooking up a storm in a farmhouse kitchen, birthing a litter of piglets or milking the cows in your bucolic barn, or relaxing in front of your home library's fireplace in the evenings after a long day toiling in the fields, you'll enjoy gazing upon the features of these decades- and centuries-old historic farmhouses, most of which come complete with acres of land.

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Glen White, West Virginia
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Glen White, West Virginia

$489,000
This four-bedroom, Colonial Revival-style farmhouse was built in 1910 and was once owned by coal magnate E.E. White. Named "Maplecrest" for its location at the top of a hill surrounded by mature maple trees, its exterior is characterized by an impressive colonnaded portico, and the property encompasses more than 5 acres.

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Glen White: A Peek Inside
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Glen White: A Peek Inside

The interior is full of warm wood flooring and trim and features windows that let in lots of natural light. One highlight? The large master bedroom features a wood-burning fireplace. 

Radnor, Ohio
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Radnor: A Peek Inside

The home is full of natural materials like barn-wood beams, hardwood flooring, and exposed brick. Built-in furniture gives the residence a feeling of permanence that newer construction rarely has, and the master suite features vaulted ceilings and a Juliet balcony. 

McDonough, New York
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McDonough, New York

$1 million
Sure, that's quite the price tag, but this farmhouse comes with 226 acres of "magical, bucolic countryside" that features fields, forest, hills, creeks, and a spring-fed pond. Additionally, the property borders 300 acres of protected land. 

McDonough: A Peek Inside
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McDonough: A Peek Inside

Built in 1845, the home itself has four bedrooms, four baths, and was built in the Greek Revival style and later restored in 2001. There is a chef's kitchen with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, an all-season sunroom, and large deck for outdoor dining and relaxing. A guest cottage and timber-framed barn are also part of the property.

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Windham, Connecticut
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Windham, Connecticut

$499,900
The real estate agent's description of this farmhouse notes that it's a "perfect blend of stately charm and modern convenience built over a period of 4 centuries, beginning in 1783." It sits on 11 acres and features a maturing walnut grove of more than 300 trees.

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Windham: A Peek Inside
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Windham: A Peek Inside

While the home features stunning historic craftsmanship, it's also full of modern features such as stainless appliances, in-floor radiant heating, a whole-house generator, and more. With nearly 4,500 square feet, it has four bedrooms and 3½ baths.

Pemberton, New Jersey
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Pemberton, New Jersey

$2.25 million
Built in 1831 and including a property of around 82 acres, this farmhouse abuts a creek and includes fenced horse paddocks. It also features two barns, a five-car garage, and a vintage spring house. House features include a covered porch and a three-season porch adjacent to the country-style kitchen.

Pemberton: A Peek Inside
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Pemberton: A Peek Inside

The house itself also has charming historic features like arched windows, ceiling beams, brick flooring, and elaborate wallpaper in some rooms. There are four bedrooms and one bath. 

Cherry Valley, New York
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Cherry Valley, New York

$700,000
Coined "Willow Hill" and surrounded by mature trees, this 1793 home sits on more than 6 acres on a hill overlooking the small village of Cherry Valley, located about halfway between Syracuse and Albany. It includes a two-car garage and additional one-bedroom guest cottage with attached garage.

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Cherry Valley: A Peek Inside
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Cherry Valley: A Peek Inside

Historic details are everywhere in this home. It features original stenciled and hardwood flooring; a large, five-bay oriel window overlooking a field; antique chandeliers, clawfoot tubs, and multiple built-ins; and a wood-burning stove in the kitchen fireplace.

New Freedom, Pennsylvania
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New Freedom, Pennsylvania

$1.25 million
Equestrian lovers take note — this 45-acre Pennsylvania horse farm includes a main house, a remodeled summer house with full kitchen and bath, a fish-stocked pond that can be seen from the covered front porch, two barns, and several more additional outbuildings.

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New Freedom: A Peek Inside

The brick main house includes three bedrooms, a vaulted-ceiling sunroom, large eat-in kitchen, multiple fireplaces, formal dining room, and private den. 

Anderson, South Carolina
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Anderson, South Carolina

$690,000
With 60 acres of farmland near Clemson, this six-bedroom, two-bath home features tons of space for a large family. The property also includes a 13-stall horse barn, large covered front porch, screened gazebo with attached deck, a fruit tree orchard, and its acreage contains more than 7 acres of wooded tract.

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Anderson: A Peek Inside
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Anderson: A Peek Inside

With around 4,200 square feet, this large home has a master bedroom on the main level, a game room with kitchenette, eight fireplaces, and a large formal dining room just off the kitchen.

Fonda, New York
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Fonda, New York

$219,000
Located near a small village west of Albany, this 1860-built Italianate home offers four bedrooms and two baths on a more than 25-acre piece of property. Filled with history, the home once belonged to Revolutionary War Lt. Colonel Volkert Veeder and has been restored over the past two decades.

Fonda: A Peek Inside
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Fonda: A Peek Inside

This home is full of clean lines, soaring 11-foot ceilings, windows streaming in natural light, and original wide-board floors, moldings, doors, and windows.

Lexington, Missouri
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Lexington, Missouri

$1,495,000
Need a ton of space? With this 1853 Italianate brick farmhouse — coined Linwood Lawn — located about an hour east of Kansas City, you'll get 26 rooms over nearly 13,000 square feet and a 10-acre lot that includes the eponymous lush green space.

Lexington: A Peek Inside
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Lexington: A Peek Inside

The interior of the home itself won't disappoint fans of historical details. It includes ornate moldings and chandeliers; pure Carrara Italian marble fireplace mantels; a hand-carved newel post, balusters, and curved staircase; arched entryways; and soaring 14-foot ceilings.

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North Haven: A Peek Inside
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North Haven: A Peek Inside

The house itself is on the smaller side with nearly 1,700 square feet, three bedrooms, and 1½ baths. It has three fireplaces and retains many other historic details as well as gorgeous second-story views of the nearby ponds, Pulpit Harbor, and other nearby landscape features.

Fremont, California
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Fremont, California

$1,368,800
Built in 1870 and one of the few structures from that era still standing in this part of California, this house — called the Hiram Davis House — was built nearly entirely of redwood and still features much of the original windows, doors, wainscoting, walls, and floors. It includes an additional bonus room over the garage, a separate work space inside the two-story tankhouse, a chicken coop, and a private outdoor shower.

Fremont: A Peek Inside
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Fremont: A Peek Inside

The house itself is more than 2,000 square feet with four bedrooms and three baths. Its light and bright interior features the original redwood flooring, antique cabinets in the library and master bath, and much more.

Lebanon, Indiana
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Lebanon, Indiana

$293,000
If you like your farmhouse-living with a side of small-town amenities, this 1910 farmhouse is just minutes from Lebanon's shopping- and dining-laden downtown district. It includes a detached garage, pole barn, and an additional outbuilding on the property.

Lebanon: A Peek Inside
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Lebanon: A Peek Inside

The inside of this three-bedroom, 1½-bath home feels very Scandinavian-inspired, with warm woods, muted tones, and plenty of other cozy features. The interior includes an enclosed sunroom, back deck, and the HVAC system, roof, siding, and more were updated in 2018.

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Forest, Virginia
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Forest, Virginia

$979,900
This 1772 home, named Ivy Cliff, was originally the home of a Revolutionary War captain named Henry Brown. Perched on just over 17 acres, its lucky owners will enjoy both mountain and pastoral vistas, a spring-fed pond, and a porch that spreads out over more than 1,000 square feet.

Forest: A Peek Inside
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Forest: A Peek Inside

The five-bedroom, 3½-bath, nearly 5,000-square-foot home has undergone a complete renovation that included "adding modern upgrades to authentic historical elements." Features include 10 fireplaces (including one in a bathroom), exposed brick interior walls, 44 windows, and soaring ceilings. 

Charlotte Hall, Maryland
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Charlotte Hall, Maryland

$925,000
The listing for this house notes that "built on an early 1651 Maryland land grant from Lord Baltimore," this home — called Westwood Manor — is a "Charles County historic landmark and one of only two known brick 18th century gambrel roof structures to survive in the county." The property includes around 30 acres.

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Charlotte Hall: A Peek Inside
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Charlotte Hall: A Peek Inside

With three bedrooms and 2½ baths, this nearly 3,500-square-foot home southwest of Newport retains many of the details of its historic past. Those include original floors, chair railings, and molding; two ornate staircases; and finely detailed wood-paneled fireplaces. It also has a stunning enclosed sunroom that overlooks sweeping views of the surrounding countryside.

Trumansburg, New York
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Trumansburg, New York

$1.49 million
Located northwest of Ithaca between Seneca and Cayuga lakes, this farmhouse property totals nearly 133 acres and includes both the 225-year-old, six-bedroom and five-full-bath main house and a three-bedroom, three-bath guest house.

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Trumansburg: A Peek Inside
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Trumansburg: A Peek Inside

The interior of the main house has been updated to include modern appliances and granite countertops in the kitchen, and the great room features a huge stone fireplace and cathedral ceiling with exposed wood beams. The guest house, formerly a barn, features a gourmet kitchen with Viking brand stove and Sub-Zero refrigerator.

Paw Paw, West Virginia
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Paw Paw, West Virginia

$1,199,000
Located on a 68-acre spread near the quaintly named northeastern West Virginia village of Paw Paw — so called for the wild fruit of the same name that grows in the region — this property features a 7,000-square-foot hangar with office space, an airstrip, machine workshops, garages, and guest accommodations.

Paw Paw: A Peek Inside
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Paw Paw: A Peek Inside

The stately home's interior features stone flooring and other attractive stone features, a wood-burning stove, an expansive library, and a huge wraparound porch providing views of the Mountain State's surrounding hills and mountains.

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