Historical Shelters

Own A Historic Midwestern Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian for $425K

By Elaine Raffel | July 8, 2020 | Comments Off on Own A Historic Midwestern Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian for $425K

Architecture aficionados alert: For $425,000, you can own a 1941 historic Frank Lloyd Wright house located in Wausau, Wisconsin.

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A Piece of Cinema History: The Bull Durham House is For Sale

By Elaine Raffel | June 24, 2020 | Comments Off on A Piece of Cinema History: The Bull Durham House is For Sale

The iconic house–Annie Savoy’s North Carolinian Victorian featured in the movie Bull Durham–just hit the market for $1.150 million.

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Galveston Historical Foundation Launches Virtual Historic Home Tour

By Amy Puchaty | May 9, 2020 | Comments Off on Galveston Historical Foundation Launches Virtual Historic Home Tour

Need something to break up the boredom? Why not take a tour of Galveston’s most historic homes! That’s right, the Galveston Historical Foundation’s (GHF) Annual Historic Homes Tour is still on, despite the pandemic. And this year it’s virtual! The best part? The tour will have exceptional haunts you can enjoy right from your laptop, […]

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This Sausalito Houseboat Lets You Own A Piece of Literary History

By Elaine Raffel | April 16, 2020 | Comments Off on This Sausalito Houseboat Lets You Own A Piece of Literary History

Fans of author Shel Silverstein’s children’s books are in for a rare treat: the opportunity to own a piece of literary history. His house boat is listed for $783,000.

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Historic, Quaint New Braintree Is a Sampler Come To Life

By Bethany Erickson | April 12, 2020 | Comments Off on Historic, Quaint New Braintree Is a Sampler Come To Life

We don’t know much about the first person to own this week’s historical shelter, other than Elias Hall built his house in the town center of New Braintree, Massachusetts, and just steps from both of his stores.  Hall’s home was built in 1783, just about 30 years after the town was officially incorporated and several […]

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Own a Colonial Tavern in Purchase, New York

By Bethany Erickson | April 5, 2020 | Comments Off on Own a Colonial Tavern in Purchase, New York

While we’ll never know for sure, one could certainly imagine Revolutionary War soldiers – and colonial townspeople – mingling around and in what was known as the Purchase Tavern, built in 1770. After all, the hamlet that is part Harrison, New York, was the site of several skirmishes and battles, including  And it was home […]

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