One of my favorite features in Country Living is the “Real Estate Sampler” page, so I put together a sampler of my own today. Click the links below each house to see the interior photos, then let me know which one is your favorite!
House #1: Recently featured in Country Living‘s “Real Estate Sampler,” this 1913 home in Mound City, Illinois, has a neoclassical portico, a parlor with working gaslights, and a copper turret. Asking $289,000. More photos: Coldwell Banker.
House #2: This Classic Sag Harbor Beauty (New York) has been renovated with modern amenities but retains historical charm with pumpkin pine floors, crown molding, and four fireplaces. Asking $1.295 million. More photos: Corcoran.
House #3: This Victorian-style home in Raleigh, North Carolina, has three stories, a big front porch, and all the modern amenities. Asking $700,000. More photos: Fonville Morisey.
House #4: This 1928 English Tudor is in Homewood, Alabama. It features leaded-glass windows, hardwood floors, and two fireplaces. Asking $499,000. More photos: Tinsley Realty.
House #5: Built in 1895, this is “One of Ohio’s original Railroad Houses.” It has a huge front porch, 10-foot ceilings, and lots of built-ins. Asking $698,000. More photos: Coldwell Banker.
Which of these houses would you most love to live in? (The prices and locations don’t matter–we’re just talking the houses themselves today.) Vote below!