Historic Real Estate: Restored to Former Glory Edition

Posted on: February 14th, 2014 by Emily Potter 1 Comment

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This Ohio property is lovely on the inside and out.

Landmark property built in 1838 -- Westlake, Ohio

When this over 5,000-square-foot home was built in 1838, it sat on one of the largest farms in Ohio with over 3,200 acres. Over the year, it has been painstakingly restored and today features many original elements, such as period wallpaper (check out the dining room) and a walnut staircase. Price: $1,090,000

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This South Carolina home is a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom with historic charm.

The Thomas Hepworth House, Circa 1717 -- Beaufort, S.C.

This house is locally known as the “oldest house” in Beaufort. The charming historic home is within walking distance of the town’s fine restaurants and shopping, as well as the downtown waterfront park and marina. It also comes with a beautiful “secret” garden. Price: $599,000

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Enjoy beautiful Tennessee views from the porches of this historic home.

Circa 1876 Home -- Gray, Tenn.

Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this historic home has much to offer -- two open porches, large windows, six fireplaces, pristine landscapes on all sides with a year-round spring and running stream, and more! Price: $570,000

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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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One Response

  1. Kiki Nakita

    February 16, 2014

    The restored home in Ohio looks lovely. I especially like the brick wall surrounding the stove in the kitchen.