Front of the historic Albert Sears House in Plano, Illinois, with a wraparound porch that has been restored to its original glory.
Historic Albert Sears House -- Plano, Illinois
Constructed in 1881 for Albert H. Sears, a prominent business man in Plano, this Queen Anne style house has been lovingly restored and professionally decorated and landscaped. The house sits on two acres and is just three miles from Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Farnsworth House, a historic site of the National Trust. Price tag: $449,000
The 22-bedroom Alfred Dolge Mansion in Dolgeville, New York.
Alfred Dolge Mansion -- Dolgeville, New York
This 12,000 square-foot Victorian was built in 1890 by Alfred Dolge, a well known entrepreneur and namesake of Dolgeville, New York. The original European craftsmanship throughout the 22 bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two living rooms has been carefully preserved. Perfect for residential living, a bed and breakfast, or hosting events. Price tag: $449,900
Victorian home in Belleair, Florida with three stories, two porches, and many other historic, elegant features.
Charming Victorian Home -- Belleair, Florida
This historic treasure was Henry B. Plant’s residence in 1900. Plant was a famous railroad magnate who developed the historic Belleview Biltmore Hotel and surrounding area. This three-story home is over 4,000 square feet of history, original features, and modern amenities. Price tag: $775,000
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