Historic Properties for Sale: Red, White, and Blue Edition

Posted on: September 30th, 2011 by David Garber

Fourth of July fever? Nope. Collection of properties in that happen to fall into that color set? Yep. This week's Historic Properties for Sale post is a total hodgepodge. A red antiques barn here, a white house there, and an old blue post office over yonder. But yes, we do love us some America.

Revolutionary Cape Cod & Barn - Lisbon, New Hampshire

This 1781 cape cod and red barn form a perfect live-work property. The house has beautiful exposed beams throughout, a field stone fireplace, wide plank pine floors, updated kitchen, and five bedrooms. An adjoining apartment has one bedroom with a modern kitchen, large bath and living room. The heated barn has three levels and has been used as an antique shop and an auction hall. Pricetag: $344,900

Columned Victorian - Waverly, Rhode Island

Built in 1840, this Victorian home features double parlors, three fireplaces, hardwood floors, vintage light fixtures, and a three-bay garage. It is located just a short stroll from downtown Westerly, the local library, dining options, and Wilcox park. Pricetag: $429,000

Old Campbell Post Office - Charlottesville, Virginia

The original Campbell post office is now a country residence privately situated in the heart of the Keswick Hunt. Built in 1930, the home is well-lit and boasts hardwood floors, and a brand new kitchen. It even has a riding ring for all you horse enthusiasts. Pricetag: $250,000

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