Detroit, Michigan: $499,900
This seven-bedroom historic home in Detroit was built in 1914, and offers 9,600 square feet of living space.
Architects Charles Kotting and Alpheus W. Chittenden designed the home with hardwood flooring, a spacious sun room, a wood-paneled library, and a ballroom on the third level.
This fixer-upper home in Fleischmanns, New York, has 10 bedrooms under 8,028 square feet. Noted architectural features include turned banisters, wood-paneled rooms with custom murals painted by hand, original bath fixtures, and extensive and detailed millwork.
This residence on 18 acres with a wrap-around porch offers views of the Catskill Mountains Views. The property also includes a stand-alone ice house. Fleischmanns is south of Albany and about 135 miles north of the New York City real estate market.
St. Joseph, Missouri: $199,900
This four-bedroom Italianate-style brick home in St. Joseph, Missouri, is located in a quiet historical district.
With 5,000 square feet, this home has four themed guest rooms, a guest kitchen, library, kitchen with butler’s pantry and six bathrooms.
Architectural features include Victorian fretwork, a verandah, wood floors and detailed millwork preserved from its era.
The residence was once used as a bed and breakfast.
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