Historical Homes Of America


Historical Homes Of America

“Wisteria blossoms draped over the entrance of a Victorian townhouse in San Francisco”

“Weinhardt Mansion built in 1888 in Chicago, IL”

“Galloway House built in 1846 in Fond Du Lac, WI.”

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“Victorian House built in 1894 decorated for Fall in Muncie, IN”

“Presenting “The Castle House,” offered for the first time since the early 1960’s. Originally built in 1931 by a family who wanted to replicate a castle that they stayed at in Normandy, France, this 3 bedroom, 3 full and 1 half bath home is a rare piece of artwork. The architectural details are exquisite and the structure is strong enough to withstand a long battle. One would describe this house as impressive, intriguing, romantic, charming, and magically ornate.”

“Beautiful mansion in New Orleans, LA.”

“Boldt Castle is a major landmark and tourist attraction built in 1900-1904 in the Thousand Islands region of the U.S. state of New York. Open to guests seasonally between mid May and mid October, it is located on Heart Island in the Saint Lawrence River. Heart Island is part of the Town of Alexandria, in Jefferson County. Originally a private mansion built by American millionaire George Boldt, it is today maintained by the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority as a tourist attraction.”

Victorian house in San Francisco, CA”

“Welcome to this marvel of Sarasota Mid Century architecture. The home was featured in the March/April 2021 issue of Sarasota Magazine.

“Colonial Apartments, Detroit, MI, undergoing renovation in 2019, this project is now complete.”

“Beautiful historic residence in St. Charles avenue, New Orleans”

“The Bishop’s Palace, also known as Gresham’s Castle, is an ornate 19,082 square feet (1,772.8 m2) Victorian-style house, located on Broadway and 14th Street in the East End Historic District of Galveston, Texas.

The house was built between 1887 and 1893 by Galveston architect Nicholas J. Clayton for lawyer and politician Walter Gresham, his wife Josephine, and their nine children. In 1923 the Roman Catholic Diocese of Galveston purchased the house, and, situated across the street from the Sacred Heart Church, it served as the residence for Bishop Christopher E. Byrne.”

“Bair House built in 1888 in Arcata, CA, one of the finest Queen Anne style houses in the state.”

“Davenport House in Saline, MI.”

“The Armour Stiner House built in 1860, NY.”

“The Migliavacca Mansion built in 1890 in Napa, California, Designed by local architect William H. Corlett”