An expanded Cape Codder in southern Massachusetts is the oldest property to hit the market this week on Realtor.com®.

Sitting close to the border with Rhode Island, the updated four-bedroom home is enhanced by traditional accents like exposed beams and classic pine floors.

Other vintage homes up for sale this week include a reimagined vintage home in Pennsylvania, a restored farmhouse in Rhode Island, and a historic (and affordable) home with water views in Maryland.

For a full look at the week’s 10 oldest homes, just scroll on down.


Price: $699,900
Year built: 1700
Antique apartment:
Just down the road from Rehoboth State Forest, this modernized home is a mix of today’s conveniences with vintage style.

The four-bedroom home’s roof, kitchen, flooring, and primary suite have all been recently made over. The 2.6-acre property also features several outbuildings, attached spaces, and an antique apartment that could provide additional income.

Rehoboth, MA

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Price: $599,000
Year built: 1717
Red house on Cape Cod:
Located on nearly 2 acres, this adorable three-bedroom home has been completely updated.

The first floor’s open concept features a spacious kitchen with granite countertops and island, a dining area, a family room, and an office. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms plus a cozy reading nook.

East Falmouth, MA

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Price: $5,200,000
Year built: 1720
Reimagined luxe home:
This luxe offering isn’t anywhere near what the original home looked three centuries ago, but you can still find evidence of the home’s history. You’ll see original pointed exposed stone, rustic walnut and pine board flooring, six wood fireplaces, and beam and truss detailing.

Sitting on more than 12 acres, this six-bedroom estate offers 9,330 square feet of space that has been modernized over the decades. Luxury amenities include a wine cellar, heated outdoor pool, solarium, great room with stone fireplace, and chef’s kitchen. The property also comes with a detached bank barn/garage building with the potential for a two-bedroom apartment.

New Hope, PA

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Price: $787,000
Year built: 1726
Cushman-Trow House:
This shingled beauty has been well-preserved. Original features such as the wide-plank pine floors, wainscoting, arched ceilings, and built-ins remain intact.

This three-bedroom home sits on nearly 13 acres and features a country kitchen, comfortable living room, and three fireplaces. A two-story barn with electricity can be used for storage or housing animals.

Kingston, MA

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Price: $875,000
Year built: 1727
Robert Oliver House:
This New England Colonial has a dining room with a beehive oven and a library with built-in bookshelves.


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The charming five-bedroom home offers plenty of space and modern amenities, including an updated kitchen with a butler’s pantry. The primary suite is located on the second floor and has two walk-in closets. There’s also a two-story barn, workshop, gazebo, and three-car garage located on the 3.11-acre lot.

York, ME

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Price: $474,900
Year built: 1730
Restored farmhouse:
This cozy three-bedroom home features two reinsulated fireplaces and a pizza oven, wide-plank pine floors, and built-ins for storage.

Sitting on 3.69 acres, the house has been restored from the cement slab in the basement to the chimney cap on top. There’s also an above-ground pool on the property along with a barn and full guest quarters featuring a living room, bedroom, and sitting area.

Scituate, RI

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Price: $1,995,000
Year built: 1730
Former home of artist Charles Hargens:
This historic home has tons of character thanks to its wide-plank wood floors, exposed-beam ceilings, and fireplaces galore.

The cherry and oak log cabin section built circa 1690 is said to be the oldest structure in Carversville Village and is now home to a lovely bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and fireplace. Modernizations over the years include a kitchen with a European range, furniture-finish cabinetry, and exposed stone walls. The studio has already been approved for conversion to guest quarters.

New Hope, PA

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Price: $995,000
Year built: 1735
Benjamin Hait (Hoyt) House: 
This vintage house still features many period details, including wide-plank pine floors and exposed beams.

The main Colonial has been updated over the years and has four bedrooms, two fireplaces, and a spacious kitchen with lots of cabinets. There’s also a one-bedroom guest cottage and barn with a loft on the 1-acre lot that also features an in-ground pool.

Stamford, CT

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Price: $625,000
Year built: 1737
Water views:
There are two decks to take in the beautiful views of the waterfront or the private 3-acre lot.

The bright and airy three-bedroom home features lots of windows that let in an abundance of natural light. The house offers nearly 3,000 square feet of living space and is located steps from the marina and local restaurants.

Georgetown, MD

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Price: $399,999
Year built: 1740
The Levan Tavern/Kemp Hotel: 
This three-bedroom home with wide-plank hardwood flooring, exposed beam ceilings, and stone walls once functioned as a tavern predating the American Revolution.

Zoned for residential and commercial use, the property has been completely restored. It currently operates as a cafe and juice bar with a yoga studio on the first floor. There are three bedrooms located on the second and third floors, which could be transformed into a bed-and-breakfast.

Kutztown, PA

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