The age of the home alone doesn't really come into play much in determining value of a property. You do, however, need to consider things like the plumbing, A/C unit, water heater, roofing, etc., things that may need to be replaced sooner in an older home than in a newer home.
An older home can have greater value than a new home, but also has the potential to have less value. It depends on the location, comps, and condition of the actual properties you are comparing.
Location, Condition, size, ammedites type of upgrades, current market in the area, sales in the area.... in my opinion there is not way to really provide a yes or no answer to that question.