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Colonial America

By George! Rhode Island Listing Has Royal Pedigree

By Bethany Erickson | July 21, 2019 | Comments Off on By George! Rhode Island Listing Has Royal Pedigree

Just a few years before the colonies would declare their independence from England, a Rhode Island home was built on land granted to a family by King George III — and that one-of-a-kind piece of history is now on the market.

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Going Greenwich: Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Our Love Affair With Colonials

By Amy Puchaty | July 9, 2019 | Comments Off on Going Greenwich: Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Our Love Affair With Colonials

For architecture buffs and house enthusiasts alike, few structures are more appealing than a big white Colonial. So this week, we are taking you to Greenwich for the chicest homes this side of Connecticut. The only question is, which will you choose? Splurge: Masterful Colonial With A Private Pond For $3.1M

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One of Philly’s Oldest Homes, Just Blocks from the Liberty Bell

By Deb R. Brimer | April 28, 2019 | 1 Comment

The Declaration of Independence was decades in the future when this landmark Philadelphia home was built. Located at No. 139 Elfreth’s Alley – the oldest continuously occupied residential street in America – this well-preserved treasure is the first house on the city’s most historic block. Though most sources claim the home is circa 1703, Elfreth’s […]

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