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Bustling Inn in Guthrie, Oklahoma Has Seen Fair Share of State History

By Bethany Erickson | April 15, 2018 | Comments Off on Bustling Inn in Guthrie, Oklahoma Has Seen Fair Share of State History

Eleven years before this week’s historical shelter was built, the town was a small railroad stop. In fact, Guthrie, Oklahoma, went from train stop to town of more 10,000 in six scant hours in 1889. That’s right — the April 1889 land run made Guthrie a boom town in less than a day. Because of […]

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Historic Hot Springs Home Offers Vacation Mode for All – Even the Dogs

By Bethany Erickson | April 8, 2018 | Comments Off on Historic Hot Springs Home Offers Vacation Mode for All – Even the Dogs

If you’ve been looking for a second home that can accommodate a family — even the furry ones — and has plenty of amenities to offer at home and in the area, this week’s historical shelter in Hot Springs, Arkansas, may be for you. Built in 1918 for D.D. King as a summer home, this […]

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Unique Piece of Texas History Up for Grabs Near Texas Border

By Bethany Erickson | March 31, 2018 | Comments Off on Unique Piece of Texas History Up for Grabs Near Texas Border

Back in the day — 1852, to be exact — Fort Clark (now Fort Clark Springs) was a bustling headquarters for the C and E companies of the U.S. First Infantry Regiment under the command of Major Joseph H. LaMotte. Nestled in Kinney County, it was meant to guard the Mexican border and protect the […]

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Historic Schoolhouse Conversion Offers Best of Two Worlds

By Bethany Erickson | March 24, 2018 | Comments Off on Historic Schoolhouse Conversion Offers Best of Two Worlds

While the town of Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, may not be on your radar as a tourist destination, we’ve found a schoolhouse conversion nestled near a 30-acre nature preserve and less than an hour from Philadelphia that is sure to move it up the getaway list. Glenmoore does have a nature preserve, state park, and a few […]

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Historic Mansion Owned by Charleston Elite, Then Diocese Up for Sale

By Bethany Erickson | March 17, 2018 | Comments Off on Historic Mansion Owned by Charleston Elite, Then Diocese Up for Sale

With a substantial main house, a carriage house, and a great location in the middle of downtown Charleston, South Carolina, the Morton Waring House (currently home to the local Catholic diocese) is going to give some enterprising individual a great potential home — or even perhaps a bed and breakfast-type situation.

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Mamaroneck Historical Shelter Has Water and Manhattan Views

By Bethany Erickson | March 10, 2018 | Comments Off on Mamaroneck Historical Shelter Has Water and Manhattan Views

Imagine a home that’s a brief drive to everything Manhattan has to offer, but also gorgeous water views that stretch from Larchmont Harbor to the Long Island Sound. Hi — we’ve found it for you. Check out this gorgeous and luxurious 1927 Spanish Mediterranean home in the gated Edgewater Point area of Mamaroneck, New York. […]

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