Historic Real Estate: The Interior Photo Edition

Posted on: December 20th, 2013 by Emily Potter

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The grand entryway is full of open space and sleek, original design.

Edward Dart Midcentury Modern Masterpiece -- Glencoe, Ill.

Built in 1964 by noted Chicago architect Edward Dart and sits just steps from Lake Michigan, on a little over more than an acre of property. The entryway is grand, the woodwork throughout the house is exquisite, and to top it off, the skylights follow the phases of the moon. Price: $2,900,000

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Elegant curved doorways and beautiful hardwood floors accentuate this unique home.

Mediterranean-Style Bungalow -- Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

This 1925 bungalow features clay tile roof, arched doorways, and patterned hardwood floors. It has been lovingly and carefully cared for and maintained by the current owners for over 30 years, who bought the house as newlyweds. The kitchen has been renovated, electric and plumbing upgraded, and a swimming pool added, among other things. Price: contact agent

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The cozy farmhouse family room featuring local wood paneling.

Historic 1875 Farmhouse -- Asheville, N.C.

Nestled on nearly seven acres of beautiful scenery with expansive views, this historic farmhouse still boasts its original character and charm, with a few modern conveniences. Enjoy the scenic outdoors from the covered porch or relax inside surrounded by wood paneling crafted from trees felled on the property. Price: $698,000

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Emily Potter

Emily Potter is a copywriter at the National Trust. She enjoys writing about places of all kinds, the stories that make them special, and the people who love them enough to save them.

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