Historic House Listings

It’s perfect! Look inside! Circa 1874. One acre in Delaware. $219,900

June 11, 2024

This house is perfect! I love the interior! Under an hour to Delaware beaches! The house was built in 1874. It is located on .96 acre in Seaford, Delaware. The house features wide plank hardwood floors, exposed beams, wainscoting, pretty brick floor, spacious kitchen and a claw foot tub. The brick floor is 300 years old and originated in England! There is a detached storage building on the property. Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,120 square feet. $219,900

Contact Kim Schneider with Century 21 Gold Key Realty: 302-893-5243

From the Zillow listing:


Step back in time to this charming Historic Cape Cod Saltbox built in 1874. Nestled on a quiet, secluded lot, this home combines historic appeal with modern comforts, making it your perfect peaceful oasis. Enter through the bright farmhouse kitchen, with exposed beam ceilings and the spacious eat-in kitchen. This heart of the home is ideal for both casual meals, entertaining, and watching the sunset. Move into the dining room, featuring original wide plank floors that flow into the living room and an exposed brick fireplace. The living room impresses with its 9+ foot ceilings, exposed beams, and neutral-painted wainscoting, giving the space a cozy cottage feel. Adjacent to the living room, is a versatile bonus room with 300-year-old brick flooring originating from England. This space can serve as a main floor bedroom or an additional living area, offering flexibility to suit your needs. Upstairs, find two charming bedrooms with period wainscoting and shiplap (original to the home before shiplap was cool). Despite its private and secluded setting, this unique property is conveniently located near shops and restaurants and is less than 2 miles from Hoopers Landing Golf Course. For beach lovers, the Delaware Beaches are less than an hour away. This historic home has been thoughtfully updated over the years, preserving its charm while providing modern amenities. Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of this home’s history.


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