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A historic farmhouse in Colts Neck, NJ is the oldest property to list on Realtor.com® this week.
This spacious home that comes with 30 acres and steeped in history, features exposed beam ceilings, four fireplaces and many built-ins.
Other antique homes for sale this week include a Cape in Massachusetts, an 18th-century Dutch stone house in New York and a South Carolina beauty with a two-story kitchen house.
Keep scrolling down for a full look at this week’s 10 Oldest Homes.
Price: $1,849,999Year of construction: 170018th century farmhouse: This historic four-bedroom home, due for release later this week, features 3,000 square feet of living space.
Colts Neck Farmhouse covers 27.93 waterfront acres along the Big Brook and overlooks a scenic pond. The fenced property was once home to horses, goats, sheep and chickens.
You can enjoy the tranquil sunrise from the back porch. There is also the possibility of subdividing the property if the buyer so wishes.
Price: $997,500Year of construction: 1700Transferred residence: This three bedroom charmer was moved to its current waterfront location in 1820.
Located on North Mill Pond, the 1,500-square-foot home features period details such as hewn beams, reclaimed wide pine floorboards, and salvaged brick.
The spacious, high-ceilinged kitchen features high-end appliances, a walk-in pantry, and a large center island.
Price: $698,000Year of construction: 1720Home of Oliver Goodrich: This three bedroom home was once owned by a Revolutionary War patriot.
In the 2,124-square-foot home that once belonged to one of them george washington‘s bodyguard, there is still a massive walk-in fireplace in the living room, oak-beamed ceilings and 18th-century murals on the walls. More recently a barn and two car garage have been added.
The three-quarter acre property includes gardens and, for you Shining fans, a planted maze.
Price: $785,000Year of construction: 1741country house: Set on 7.5 acres, this home combines vintage charm with modern conveniences.
The exposed beams and wide hardwood floors have been restored and blend in with the updated interior. The open floor plan features two fireplaces, a den with French doors and two spacious bedrooms with a separate study. The primary suite on the main level features a walk-in closet and onyx tiled bathroom.
The wooded property has mature plants, a pond with a floating fountain, and a barn used as an art studio.
Price: $725,000Year of construction: 1750Spacious Cape: Tucked away behind stone walls on nearly 3.5 acres, this three bedroom antique offers plenty of privacy.
Located near Norris Reserve, Gaffield Park and hiking trails, this South Coast location is also within walking distance of the town center. The 3,522 square feet of living space includes cathedral ceilings, stained glass windows, and a screened-in porch off the newer family room.
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Period details throughout include rich hardwood floors, three fireplaces, and exposed wood beams.
Price: $899,000Year of construction: 1756New England colonial: This charming four bedroom home has been updated over the years but still features wide pine plank floors, exposed beams and a coffered ceiling.
There are six manicured fireplaces throughout the home, and the second floor master suite has a standout marble bathroom with walk-in shower and custom closet.
You can relax on the front covered porch or step out to the back and enjoy the view of the 3.15 acre property from the new patio.
Price: $1,599,000Year of construction: 1760The oak estate: This 18th-century Dutch home features original bricks from before the founding of our nation.
With over 4,000 square feet of living space, the three-story home has been well maintained and lavishly updated over the years. Period details include restored hardwood floors, exposed beam ceilings, and a fireplace with cooking arm.
Out back there is a heated saltwater pool, fire pit and several patios on the 15 acre property.
Price: $1,800,000Year of construction: 1770Colonial Era Residence: The front part of this house was originally built as a two bedroom house. It has been expanded over the years.
The light and airy four bedroom home now offers almost 3,000 square feet of living space and features restored hardwood floors, built-ins and three fireplaces.
Buyers should note that the kitchen and bathrooms are in need of an update.
Price: $649,900Year of construction: 1773Antique salt box: There are five fireplaces including one with an oven to keep this four bedroom home cozy.
The home is finished with “museum quality woodwork” and features wide plank hardwood floors, built-in corner wardrobes, double staircases and exposed beams in the ceiling. Recent updates include the kitchen, two bathrooms, and the mechanical and electrical systems.
Outside, brick walkways lined with perennials lead to stone patios and a detached two-car garage. There is also a porch overlooking the backyard.
Price: $4,900,000Year of construction: 1775The Thomas Ball House: A colonial South Carolina governor is said to have been one of the previous owners of the house.
This four bedroom home features a separate spectacular two story “kitchen house” and family room with brick interiors. Period details include original crown molding, a fireplace with a decorative mantel, and a heart of pine floors.
The 4,171-square-foot home offers three floors of living space along with double spaces designed for entertaining.
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