The farmhouse built in 1671 is the oldest list of the week

George washington was a wandering man. When we take a look at the oldest homes to hit the market each week on®, there is inevitably a mention of the country’s first president gracing the premises of one of them.

And Washington’s presence left residents with bragging rights that endure centuries later. This week is no different.

The Maockney Manor of Virginia dates from 1671 and takes the title of the oldest house of this week. According to the list, it was once the site of a public hall honored by General Washington and his founding father. Patrick henri.

A little further down the list is Snedecker Farm in New York City, a 69-acre farm dating back to 1740, which too boasts of having welcomed Washington!

Other ancient estates of note include the former Underground Railroad stop known as Wolley Stille and the 160-acre Pleasant Prospect Farm on the market for a whopping $ 15,485,000.

For a full rundown of this week’s top 10 historic places, just scroll down.

Price: $ 1,050,000
Year Built – 1671
Mahockney Manor:
This 48-acre farmhouse in Essex County features a three-bedroom former colonial house. Inside you’ll find a book-lined central hall with a hand-carved archway, original heart pine floors, and a public hall once adorned with Patrick henri and George washington.

Located at the end of a private road, the property includes 2.4 km of trails and a 7-acre pond.

Tappahannock, Virginia

Price: $ 699,000
Year Built – 1690
Chiltonville Treasure:
This 1.3 acre property features a two bedroom Colonial with wide floors, exposed beams, multiple fireplaces and a remodeled kitchen.

There is also a guest house with a kitchen, which could be used as an office or a studio.

Plymouth, MA
Plymouth, MA

Price: $ 329,000
Year Built – 1700
As is :
This 1 acre property features a three bedroom Colonial with large planks, hand hewn beams, a first floor office and patio opening onto the courtyard.

Close to schools and minutes from New Hampshire, this home is sold as is.

Townsend, MA
Townsend, MA

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Price: $ 349,900
Year Built – 1700
Farm project:
The listing says this four bedroom farmhouse would be an ideal rental on Airbnb. While in need of updating, it still has a lot to offer, including antique wallpaper, wide-plank pine floors, several fireplaces, original doors, and three stairways. The half acre property is close to national parks, hiking trails and the Hudson River.


Hyde Park, New York
Hyde Park, New York

Price: 799,000
Year of construction: 1701
Wolley Stille:
Built by John sharpless, this five-bedroom colonial is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The residence, enlarged over the centuries, had served as a stop for the underground railroad. Today the 1.47 acre property’s proximity to Philadelphia and Wilmington, DE, makes it an ideal country retreat.

Wallingford, Pennsylvania
Wallingford, Pennsylvania

Price: $ 725,000
Year Built – 1710
Waterman-Winsor House:
Once home for TK Winsor, the “Apple King” of Rhode Island, this four bedroom home has been meticulously restored and renovated.

Modern touches were married to antique details, including butt posts and beams, beaded boxes, hardware, wide-plank pine floors, 12-by-12 windows, chair rails and wainscoting.

Smithfield, RI
Smithfield, RI

Price: $ 750,000
Year of construction: 1725
Antiquity par excellence:
This three bedroom Colonial is located on prime corner lot close to downtown and a park. Vintage details of the home include five fireplaces, pine floors, and wainscoting. A large back patio serves as both entertainment space and additional parking space.

Newburyport, MA
Newburyport, MA

Price: $ 625,000
Year of construction: 1740
Magic nature retreat:
This 13-acre property includes streams, a pond, flower gardens and a barn.

The four-bedroom farmhouse features a wraparound porch, open kitchen, fireplaces, and vaulted ceilings.

Dallastown, Pennsylvania
Dallastown, Pennsylvania

Price: $ 1,090,000
Year of construction: 1740
Snedeker Farm:
This majestic five-bedroom Dutch colonial farmhouse features a historic marker on the front. It is believed that he has already been honored by George washington himself.

Restored and updated, the beautiful home features original pumpkin pine floors, exposed beams, several patios, and a bar and lounge area throughout the floor. The half acre lot includes a heated swimming pool, gardens and a koi pond.

Congress, New York
Congress, New York

Price: $ 15,485,000
Year of construction: 1750
Pleasant Prospect Farm:
Remarkable in every way, this historic estate occupies an entire peninsula like a majestic 170-acre waterfront getaway.

Enjoying 1.5 miles of shoreline on Cherrystone Inlet, the property features a main house with an 800-bottle wine cellar. In addition, there are two guest houses, two detached garages, a lumber store, a swimming pool and a Roman style pool house with bath.

Eastville, Virginia
Eastville, Virginia

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