Five Historical Properties on the Market

1872 French Academic Mansion, Back Bay
The majestic 1872 Ames-Webster mansion packs 50 rooms and 28 fireplaces into a mere 26,000 square feet. LandVest Luxury Real Estate.

1870 Queen Anne, Weston
Her royal highness is dressed to impress, with restored art nouveau and craftsman details, as well as hand-painted cove ceilings and glass mosaic accents. Re/Max.

1865 Federal, Sharon
Immaculate detailing and stonework, as well as a rooftop deck, grace this expansive estate home built by Horace A. Lothrup. Re/Max.

1797 Georgian colonial, Concord
This early American farmstead includes an underground tunnel that leads from the main house to the barn, where there are stables, an apartment, exercise and recreation rooms, and a heated workshop. Coldwell Banker.

1688 Farmhouse, Newbury
Leaving the hands of the family for the first time in 300 years, this 10-acre property is part of a former tobacco farm. Stone Ridge Properties.