where do I find historical homes for sale?

Asked by Siobhan, Arkansas Wed Nov 7, 2007

I am trying t buy a victorian style home in missouri.

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David M. Sim…, Agent, Fayetteville, NC
Fri Jul 25, 2008
This is a great site for historic homes for sale across the usa: http://www.historicvintagehomesforsale.com
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Brett Dunne -…, Agent, Upland, CA
Wed Nov 7, 2007
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Ruthless, , 60558
Wed Nov 7, 2007
See Siobhan is in Oak Park too!

I'm in Oak Park, IL

You might try this website: http://www.historichousesales.com/
Web Reference:  http://www.oak-park-il.com
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Paige Finger…, Agent, Long Beach, CA
Wed Jul 20, 2011
Every area is different of course but I would recommend contacting your city - or finding the city website and having them refer you to either a historic preservation society or for example, in Los Angeles, we have HPOZ's. These are historical preservation overlay zones. Every zone is different. I recently sold a home in the Gregory Ains Mar Vista tract and found that the neighbors association created their own blog and had things like old architectural plans, etc. Your city will refer you to the right department or organization... and these places often have the inside "track" (if you will) as to new homes that may be coming on the market BECAUSE listing agents have to figure out how to disclose all of that information to buyers.
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Daniel, Both Buyer And Seller, 64471
Wed Jul 20, 2011
I doubt that you are still looking for a Victorian style home still, but just in case you are, or anyone reading this is, we have a 1880's Victorian home for sale in Northern Missouri...about an hour north of Kansas City, 2300 sq. ft. 4 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, home office, bonus room, large eat in kitchen with a wood burning stove, and a formal dining room. There is a garage/workshop with electric and plumbing, above ground pool, mature fruit trees, garden area...all on two acres! The home has beautiful original woodwork, etched glass in the kitchen and dining room exterior doors, and stain glass windows in the living room and dining room. We also have the history of the home dating back to the 1880's!
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Msacorn, Home Seller, Columbia, MO
Wed Nov 10, 2010
we may have a home for you in Columbia, Missouri

Tom Baker
611 West Broadway
Columbia, Mo 65203

email witchdoctr@aol.com
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Landon, Home Seller, Marshall, MO
Sat Mar 14, 2009
I have one for sale in marshall, Missouri look at marshalltowerrealty.com listing number 08-784. It is the Rose house of the Rose and Buckners mercantile in Marshall. our realtor has a lot of history on it, it had once caught fire and was completely remodeled. Only three owners.
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Zach, , Virginia
Thu Feb 12, 2009
In addition to the other great suggestions below, you may also want to consider looking at bed and breakfast listings. Many of those homes are historic and have already been fully restored. You will also find instances where historic homes are listed as "potential" bed and breakfasts.
Web Reference:  http://www.innshopper.com
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HSSD, , California
Sun May 11, 2008
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Mike Nielsen, Agent, Lansing, KS
Wed Jan 16, 2008
Highly recommend talking with a REALTOR in the area you want to purchase/reside. I use http://www.HistoricProperties.com to advertise any of my historic listings. Leavenworth, KS is the first city in KS (just N of KC) and has many wonderful historic homes. I currently have a home that was built in 1860 on the market. If you don't have a REALTOR yet; feel free to send me a note and I can assist you in finding one in your future location. Wishing you a prosperous 2008!
Web Reference:  http://www.KSHomeSales.com
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Trisha Lee, Agent, Columbia, MO
Thu Nov 8, 2007
What part of Missouri? I've got information on properties in the middle of the state, some listed, some not that owners have expressed an interest in selling. Some of those are in small towns fairly distant from amenities (like a grocery store or hospital). Others are in towns in various stages of repair or disrepair. Also, some of them have been converted into bed & breakfasts. if you share your ultimate goal I can send you all kinds of informaiton.
Trisha Lee REMAX Boone Realty in Columbia, Missorui (I cover the middle of the state).
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Pam Winterba…, Agent, Danville, VA
Wed Nov 7, 2007
Some communities have a historical society in which you can be pointed in the right direction.
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Mike Kelly A…, Agent, Santa Rosa, CA
Wed Nov 7, 2007
In the Historical Homes part of the town you wish to reside! No, seriously, each town, city has a Historical District where homes are designated for special treatment and preservation. I would google the town of which you have an interest and then search for the City Government, then planning or building department and then CALL that department and speak to a planner. Missouri should have many a Victorian in the major cities and/or small towns.
Some web sites also will allow you to search for housing type: Victorian, Prairie Style, Rancher, Modern, etc.
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