Friday, June 13, 2014

CIRCA: Out with the New and In With the Old

We've already been spreading the love for historic architecture this week
(see our Houghton Hall post) and we thought the trend should continue!
A dear friend alerted us to quite an awesome website and we must share:
"Do you walk around wishing you could fix up every fixer-upper, restore every bygone-looking home, and salvage every old door and mantel thrown out onto the street? Trust us, we feel your pain! The world is stuck in a cookie-cutter crisis, but nothing is more exciting than discovering the charm of something with history and mystery."

We welcome you to the joy that is:
CIRCA is more than a site where you can peruse a selection of the most unique homes on the market.
It is a site where you can time travel; hunting through a curated listing of the most impressive historic houses available for purchase today!

Check out these beauties, but don't blame us when you fall in love:
Saxton Hall (1830)
Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York

Federal Beauty (1844)
Savannah, GA
Federal Beauty Exterior (1844)
Savannah, GA
Littlebrook Farm (1935)
Spokane, Washington
1960s Mid-Century Stunner
Los Angeles, California
Interior of Cobham Park Home (1855)
Keswick, Virginia
Hidden Valley Estate (1920s)
Cornwall, Connecticut

William J. Killeen House (1886)
Galveston, Texas
Kudos to the CIRCA team for assembling a list of homes for sale throughout the nation that are definitely not cookie-cutter.

Happy Hunting!

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