A stone Colonial dating to 1710 in upstate New York is the oldest home to hit the market this week on Realtor.com®.
Beamed ceilings and a Rumford fireplace offer glimpses of this home’s history, while updates include an eat-in kitchen, modern bathrooms, and an in-ground pool. Whether you are a history buff or simply appreciate the charm of a vintage home, this beauty on nearly 70 acres in Ulster County provides a serene escape.
Other historic properties on our list include a charming Massachusetts townhouse, a popular Airbnb rental, and a home once owned by a noted photographer.
Scroll on down for a full look at this week’s beautiful antiques.
Year built: 1710
Rondale estate: This 67-acre property comes with a five-bedroom stone Colonial, a two-bedroom guesthouse, a three-car garage, and a four-stall barn.
The Colonial offers 3,827 square feet of living space. Historic details include a family room with stone fireplace and detailed woodwork throughout. A screened-in porch overlooks the pastoral lot, and there’s a natural concrete and stone pool that’s stream-fed and filtered.
Year built: 1724
Federal Colonial: From the wide-plank wood flooring to the extra-high ceilings, this classic New England Colonial is a standout.
Warmth won’t be an issue here: There are eight fireplaces in 5,000-plus square feet of living space. The gorgeous kitchen includes custom soapstone and reclaimed wood counters as well as a Dutch oven with a built-in kettle. An attached apartment offers income potential or extra space for family and friends.
Year built: 1730
Photographer’s muse: This seven-bedroom house was once owned by photographer Karen Radkai, whose work appeared in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.
Its affordable price tag reflects a need for updates, but there’s loads of potential. It sits on nearly 6 acres that feature a wooden barn and brook. The 2,927-square-foot house features hand-hewed beams and beautiful flooring throughout.
Year built: 1732
William Bridge House: Cozy and welcoming, this historic home comes with six Rumford fireplaces. It sits on more than 2 acres of land surrounded by beautiful plantings and a koi pond.
Historic details of this 3,935-square-foot, four-bedroom Colonial include the gorgeous built-ins and dual hearths in the living room, the hardwood flooring throughout, and the farmer’s porch. Modern updates include a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, a cozy step-down dining area, and a four-season room overlooking the backyard.
Year built: 1750
Charming townhouse: This two-bedroom townhouse sits just two blocks from downtown and features wide-plank pine flooring, a historic brick fireplace, and beadboard ceilings.
The 1,097-square-foot townhouse has been renovated to offer all of the modern amenities today’s buyers want. There’s a kitchen with an eating nook, two fireplaces, and updated bathrooms. There’s also an enclosed backyard with stone pavers leading to a shed.
Year built: 1750
Hadley Hill: This charming four-bedroom farmhouse on an acre lot currently operates as a popular vacation rental.
The 2,214-square-foot home’s special features include a wraparound porch, custom built-ins, classic wood flooring, and a second staircase. The original detached barn now serves as a two-car garage, but it could be converted into a studio or home office. Recent updates include new windows and a new roof.
Year built: 1765
County farmhouse: The 3,150-square-foot home was originally built in 1765. Additions were made in the early 1900s, and the property now features a stable, a milk house, two ponds and a stream, along with tractor, garden, and storage sheds.
Surrounded by preserved farmland, the residence includes a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a dining room with pumpkin pine flooring, a renovated kitchen with quartz countertops, and a primary bedroom with a stone fireplace.
Year built: 1769
Marvelous in Manchester: It’s a main house and an apartment offered at a reasonable price.
From the wide-board flooring to the three working fireplaces, this five-bedroom property sits on a half-acre in an ideal area of town. The 3,332 square feet of living space includes a three-bedroom main house and a two-bedroom apartment.
Year built: 1770
Thomas Gilbert Homestead: This country estate just 65 miles from New York City comes with beautiful ponds and a meadow.
There’s plenty of space to relax in this classic five-bedroom Colonial, which features original ceilings and wide-board floors. Modern updates include a chef’s kitchen with commercial appliances and a butler’s pantry. Also included is a four-stall, 1,800-square-foot English Bank barn with paddock.
Year built: 1773
Classic Colonial: Work from home in style. This beauty sits on over 3 acres and offers a 1,500-square-foot finished garage that can be used as a home office.
The home’s historic details include built-in cabinets, double staircases, wide-plank pine flooring, and a bedroom with exposed beams. Modern appointments include a remodeled kitchen with radiant floor heating and a large dining area with French doors leading to an oversized Trex and brick deck.