Historic Real Estate: The Humble Edition

Posted on: December 7th, 2012 by Emily Potter 1 Comment

Our last historic properties post brought you three very snazzy homes. This week’s post features three more humble properties that are interesting, unique, and sure to catch your eye, and all under $300,000. Enjoy!

Front view of the Historic Log Lodge in Luray, VA.

Historic Log Lodge -- Luray, Virginia

The Historic Real Estate website describes this lodge as a “must-see for the pioneer at heart!” This truly authentic log house comes with a barn and two guest cottages, all of which sit high on a hill with a dreamy view of the Shenandoah River. Price tag: $250,000

The Whiskey Bonding Barn, now event space in Molena, GA.

Whiskey Bonding Barn -- Molena, Georgia

A great example of re-use, this c. 1870 storage barn for aging whiskey has been renovated into gallery and event space. Large enough to host 100 people in a reception-style event, the barn has modern restrooms and tent space on the adjacent grass terrace. Price tag: $202,000

Victorian Home in Cadillac, MI, chock full of great features.

Three-Story Queen Ann Victorian Home -- Cadillac, Michigan

This Victorian home has everything from original refinished wood floors on two levels, two fireplaces, and a grandiose foyer, to a “maid’s” staircase leading from the kitchen to the second floor and a detached two car garage. Read the full description for even more features. Price tag: $144,900

Interested in buying or selling a historic property? Browse our Historic Real Estate site for more info.

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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

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    December 11, 2012

    I have seen the Front view of the Historic Log Lodge in Luray, VA..It is nice and the poster is also good..And tehre is no doubt in it that it is the historic one..Good one..