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Blast from the Past: 10 Incredible Historic Homes

For some homebuyers, the vintage aesthetic of the historic home is incredibly alluring. Others are interested in the historical significance of classic properties, attracted to an era gone by. With rich, authentic character, but featuring all the modern amenities you would expect to find in the 21st century, these 10 historic homes from some of our Leverage Global Partners are a luxurious blast from the past. Take a peek inside:

1. Rare Early 19th Century Charleston Double House
Represented by Carriage Properties

Built in 1835, this three-level Charleston, South Carolina home has spacious formal rooms with well-preserved historic details, and a parlor where George Gershwin once played informal concerts.

2. Authentic 18th Century Stone Built Mas
Represented by Emile Garcin Properties

Surrounded by stunning mountain and vineyard views, this magnificent 18th-century stone property in Provence, France has been fully updated with luxurious modern amenities.

3. Breathtaking Historic Home
Represented by Three Oaks Realty Co.

Often referred to as the Wedding Cake House by locals, this expansive Savannah, Georgia home has stately architecture that exhibits the best of traditional design through symmetry, majestic scale, and elaborate detailing.

4. Historic Estate on 15 Acres
Represented by Elite Realty Group

Built in 1924, this classic stone masterpiece in Oak Glen, California offers a quiet country getaway with beautiful Swiss architecture, and natural surroundings of pines, fruit trees, and a year-round stream.

5. Expanded Tudor with Surrounding Gardens
Represented by Evers & Co. Real Estate

An elegant light-filled home in Washington D.C., this expanded 1934 Tudor has the timeless air of an English manor with its private grounds and landscaped gardens.

6. Elegant Greenwich Village Townhouse
Represented by CORE

This extraordinary 1844 Greek Revival townhouse is moments away from Fifth Avenue, and located on one of the most desirable residential blocks in New York City’s Greenwich Village.

7. Long-admired Midcountry Estate
Represented by New England Land Company

Located on a scenic country road just a few miles from the heart of Greenwich, Connecticut, this beautiful manor know as “Beauvoir” was commissioned in 1928 and remains one of the area’s most admired estates.

8. Villa Massa
Represented by Beauchamp Estates

First mentioned in the Florentine land register in 1427, this spectacular hilltop stone farmhouse in the Chianti hills of Tuscany has undisturbed views of the vineyard landscape.

9. Marvelous Historic Manor
Represented by Influence Real Estate

This marvelous historical manor is a Utah gem steeped in history, with ornate details that have been carefully preserved since the home was established in 1938.

10. Historic Captain’s House with Water Views
Represented by Point B Realty, LLC

Built originally by the village’s first whaling family in 1795, the Samuel Butler House has been transformed  into one of the premier luxury homes in Edgartown, Massachusetts.

Do you dream of living in a luxurious home that is a part of history? Share your ideas and leave your comments below.

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