Westchester County Homes In Historic Districts
Goodness - where to start? As you might imagine, the New England Historical Districts in Westchester County in New York are rich with history, and they have an amazing array of historical homes to prove it. These homes were built in the early 1700s through the early 1900s, and you may even find the occasional Frank Lloyd Wright™ designed home built around 1948-1950.
Colonial styles in the various Historic Districts throughout Westchester County include Dutch Colonial, English Colonial, Center Hall Colonial, and Classic Colonial. You will also find fabulous Tudor homes, charming Victorians, Arts and Crafts style, and even converted carriage houses and grand manor homes. Learn more about these historical homes and districts, or browse the latest MLS listings for historical homes in Westchester County.
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Historic Homes in Westchester County
Primarily built in the early 1700s through the early 1900s, historical homes in Westchester County are sure to please the history buff, families needing the extra room, or those interested in restoring these beautiful gems to their former glory.
Many of these homes have already been tastefully renovated, keeping the rich details of the era while adding the modern amenities that make for gracious living in today's world.
Historical Districts in Westchester County
There are many historical districts in the various Westchester County towns, villages and hamlets. Included are the Katonah Historical District, historic Bedford Village, the village of Croton on Hudson, the historic river town of Irvington and historic districts in Bronxville, Mamaroneck, Harrison, and many others.
You will find listings for grand manor homes in secluded settings, perhaps an old sea captain's home, an Antique Colonial farm house from the 1700s, or one of the the aforementioned Frank Lloyd Wright™ designed homes built in the late 1950s and early 1950. Some of these historical properties even contain original features such as an original leaded window, intricate woodwork and other rich architectural detail from eras gone by. With so many homes built in the early 18th and 19th centuries in Westchester County, there will always be that special historical property that you've been searching for.
Prices for Historical Homes for Sale in Westchester County
Prices for these historical homes in Westchester County vary widely, from the charming Classic Colonial in Peekskill within walking distance of Depew Park, a charming Cape Cod in Croton on Hudson, or a 1930s Colonial in Somers, all for under $500,000, a totally renovated English Tudor in Bronxville’s Historic Cedar Knolls for around $1.5M, or homes over $2M in Bronxville's historic Lawrence Park.
Historic Tudor or Colonial homes under $1M might be found in Wykagyl, New Rochelle's historic estate district, in the Katonah Historical District in Bedford, in the Historic River Town of Irvington or in Rochelle Heights in New Rochelle.