This historic home and tavern in North Carolina dates to 1804 and undoubtedly holds some fascinating tales. And although its been empty for years, it might have another chance if a willing preservationist steps up!
This home and the adjacent building once served as a farmhouse and doctors office for a rural farming community in South Georgia.
Built in 1850, this antebellum cottage is for sale in a small North Carolina town with a fascinating story.
Known as “The House that Took a Trip Down the River,” this impressive Louisiana mansion is for sale in Plaquemine, LA- Iberville Parish.
This Florida house from the 1880s was lost to fire in 2021.
Built in the early 1900s for workers on a turpentine farm, these cabins have been lovingly kept up over all these years.
Built in the 1870s by the Tippins Family, this home has never been painted and remains in nearly original condition.
Although it crumbles more each day, this farmhouse from the 1800s still holds fond memories for family descendants.
This home in Eastern North Carolina dates to the 1850s. Now empty, its owners have agreed to let the local fire department burn it for practice.
This home was built lovingly- quite literally, for the Fussell Family in the late 1800s.
[Sumter County, FL]
Built in the 1870s, this home has watched the trains roll by for more than 100 years.
[Bradford County, FL]
Elsie and her family have left the building.
Built in 1906, this impressive mansion in Alabama has been on the market for years.
This church will be demolished soon.
[Alachua County, FL]
Built in the 1890’s, this hotel was built to serve passengers of the Florida Coastal Line.
[Marion County, FL]
Built in 1870, this home has sat empty for many years but its current owner is giving it a new lease on life!
[Russell County, Alabama]
Built in the early 1900s by a prominent local merchant, this abandoned Florida farmhouse crumbles along the railroad tracks.
Built in the 1830s, this home once served as a stagecoach stop on the Florida frontier.
[Gadsden County, FL]