A working sheep farm in Massachusetts known as Bogastow Farm is the oldest listing to land on the market this week on realtor.comÂ®. About 40 kilometers southwest of Boston, the main house of the 64-acre property dates back to 1693.
The property has been in the family of the current owners since 1953 and they are looking for a buyer interested in continuing the farming operation and the spirit of conservation that has kept this plot intact over the centuries.
Besides Bogastow, this week’s senior announcements include a former whaling house in New Jersey, a beachfront property with spectacular views in New Hampshire, and an elegant beach house built in 1720, with lobster wallpaper. in the bathroom.
There is a lot to savor for lovers of ancient architecture this week. Take a look and enjoy.
Price: $ 1,365,000
Year Built – 1693
Bogastow Farm: Delicious shear? This 64 acre property is currently a working sheep farm which has been owned by the same family since 1953. The farm consists of a main house built in 1693, a barn, two chalets and additional outbuildings. The family is looking to sell the property to new owners who âappreciate it for its agricultural potentialâ.
Price: $ 189,500
Year Built – 1700
Nazareth stone farmhouse: On just over an acre and lined with original stone walls, this three bedroom main house features a large covered patio and new roof. It also has a shed with a stable and a hayloft, an oversized double garage and a workshop. (Although it was listed less than a week ago, it is currently off-market.)
Price: $ 1,895,000
Year of construction: 1706
Reception of Thomas Leaming: This two-bedroom house is said to be Cape May County’s last whaling house and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
It is surrounded by over 7 acres, filled with gardens, streams, ponds, and a gazebo. One of the property’s outbuildings is an old root cellar, and another was built in the early 1700s, using wood salvaged from shipwrecks.
Price: $ 564,900
Year of construction: 1709
Ancient Cape: This nearly an acre property is surrounded by stone walls and inundated with beautiful landscaping. The four bedroom house is also ideally located, according to the listing. It has five fireplaces and is steeped in history.
Price: $ 1,595,000
Year of construction: 1715
Village treasure: This former mansard-roofed residence has five bedrooms and 4,090 square feet of living space. It has been completely renovated and features custom joinery, hardwood floors, a lower level tavern room, a separate suite with a private entrance, and even a heated yoga studio. The 2 well-maintained acres also include a barn with storage and work space.
Price: $ 989,000
Year Built – 1717
Ancient Colonial: This newly renovated and well maintained four bedroom home sits on the bank of the Piscataqua River, with water views from the front and back of the residence. Ideal for an outdoor buyer, the property offers direct access to hiking, kayaking, biking and boating.
Price: $ 849,000
Year of construction: 1719
Manchester-by-the-Sea: From the curb, this antique perched on a corner lot is perfect, with a garden and split rail fence. Inside, the charming three-bedroom house has been lovingly maintained over the past three centuries. The house benefits from a private back patio and two fireplaces.
Price: $ 809,000
Year Built – 1720
Extended cap: This classic New England style residence has been expanded and updated over the decades to create a four bedroom, 2,407 square foot home with a large living room, home office and bonus room. The nearly one acre lot also includes a detached garage with finished space upstairs and is located less than 2 miles from the beach.
Price: $ 495,000
Year of construction: 1725
Cape Cod Domain: This 6-acre private property features stone walls surrounded by a watershed, an orchard filled with fruit trees and berries, and perennial gardens.
Other highlights include a stable with two stalls, a cabin with propane lighting, an above ground pool and a chicken coop. The Cape Cod style home has five bedrooms, lots of natural light, an updated kitchen, and recent updates including exterior paint.
Price: $ 549,900
Year of construction: 1725
Historical Colonial: Technically, it dates from the 1700s. The foundation of the house dates back to 1725, but the house was rebuilt in 1810.
Whatever the date, the spacious, four-bedroom, 2,754-square-foot home features a sunny library, wood paneling, and new windows. The nearly 2 acre property also includes a barn, which has been approved for subdivision into two rental units and is within walking distance of Derry Golf Course.