Built in 1700, a stone house in New York is the oldest property of the week

A Dutch-built stone home in Stone Ridge, NY is the oldest property to hit the market this week on Realtor.com®.

The 2,525 square foot home offers plenty of space for entertaining, including a cozy den with a Dutch door that leads outside. Inside there are wide plank wood floors and beamed ceilings, plus an exposed stone conservatory with plenty of windows to take in the stunning views.

Other vintage homes on the market this week include a Connecticut estate with an equestrian facility, a waterfront farmhouse in Virginia and a Colonial stone hall center in New Jersey.

Scroll down for a full rundown of this week’s 10 oldest homes.

Price: $658,000
Year of construction: 1700
Dutch-built house:
What was once a tavern would have been visited by george washington has been transformed into a Dutch house with an indoor swimming pool.

The 3.4 acre property includes a barn and two outbuildings. The four-bedroom house has original stone hitch posts and architectural details. The main and secondary bedrooms have both been recently renovated.

Across the street, an additional 2.8 acres of land is included in the sale.

Stone Ridge, NY

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Price: $696.00
Year of construction: 1730
On the Register of Historic Places:
This well-preserved 13-room dwelling is said to be one of the oldest homes in Germantown.

The six-bedroom Colonial and central hall still features many historic details, including double parlors, an elegant main staircase, and four fireplaces. With two kitchens and two laundry rooms, the 4,113 square foot home looks like it was made for entertaining.

You can take in the view of the private yard from the wraparound porch or the fun tree house.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Price: $1,800,000
Year of construction: 1740
Residence with equestrian facility:
This charming four bedroom antique is complete with a 1990’s addition and still boasts a century old slate roof.

Within the 3,748 square foot space, you’ll find exposed beams, wide-plank wood floors, and plenty of built-ins. The oversized living room has brick flooring.

The property includes over 30 acres of land, including a pond and four fenced pastures. There is also a six bay garage to store all your toys or farm equipment.

The equestrian facility includes an indoor arena, an outdoor arena, 22 boxes, barns and sheds. Then there is a three-bedroom staff apartment.

Madison, Connecticut

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Price: $5,390,000
Year of construction: 1740
Recently renovated:
The historic main residence has just emerged from a three-year renovation and expansion.

Now offering nearly 7,000 square feet of living space, the grand home features an upscale kitchen with a wood-beamed ceiling, an enormous dining room with a fireplace, updated bathrooms, and plenty of places to gaze. the surrounding views.

A three-bedroom gatehouse and a renovated two-bedroom guest cottage are also on the secluded grounds, along with a banking barn, equestrian facilities and an indoor riding arena.

The 24-acre property features a private pond, arboretum, organic vegetable garden, orchard, walking trails, and yes, pickleball courts.

Lower Gwynedd, Pennsylvania

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Price: $625,000
Year of construction: 1742
Farmhouse at the water’s edge:
This three-bedroom residence on 4.6 acres is located on George’s Cove and includes a new boat lift and slipway.

The home features two master bedrooms with walk-in closets and two full bathrooms. Historic details include pine wood flooring and two wood burning fireplaces.

Additionally, there is a three-car garage with a workshop and an extended bay designed for boat or RV storage.

White Stone, Virginia

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Price: $445,000
Year of construction: 1747
Colonial center-hall:
This modernized five bedroom farmhouse still features wide plank floors, custom built-ins and hand hewn beam ceilings.

A chef’s kitchen features custom cabinetry and a center island. The 3,177 square foot home also includes a formal living room with a fireplace and a great room where you can relax by the pellet stove.

The 5 acres of the property are zoned for horses, and there is an attached in-law apartment with a separate entrance.

Altamont, NY

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Price: $530,000
Year of construction: 1750
Old Simonson Square:
This five-bedroom layout features many original details, including a built-in hutch and a wood-beamed ceiling in the dining area.

The 2,269 square foot home has been updated over the years. The renovated kitchen has granite counter tops and a dining area. A master suite has a separate sitting area and a spacious bathroom with a bathtub.

The 2 acre property borders a stream.

Franklin Township, New Jersey

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Price: $660,000
Year of construction: 1750
Renovated farmhouse:
This three bedroom house was built where a quarry once operated. It has grown over the years.

The first floor master suite includes two closets and a bathroom with heated floors and a soaking tub. Upstairs there is a private terrace. A portion of the 2,698 square foot home is available for short term rental.

Also located on the 8 acre lot are a swimming pool and a two story barn.

Barto, Pennsylvania

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Price: $425,000
Year of construction: 1751
Colonial center-hall:
This former Anglican mission house features many original details including wide plank floors, deep sills and high ceilings.

The property was originally an Anglican church, later becoming an Episcopal church after the Revolutionary War. Over the years it became known as Mission House before being converted into a single family residence.

The four-bedroom home has two newer bathrooms, but the next buyer will need to add some finishing touches.

Frelinghuysen, New Jersey

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Price: $1,950,000
Year of construction: 1760
The John Frye House:
This property comprises two historic houses and offers a total of five bedrooms.

Located in the Point neighborhood, the 3,242 square foot home features original wide-plank wood floors and numerous fireplaces. A formal living room sports original woodwork, while the modern kitchen still features an original cooking fireplace.

A huge great room has a cathedral ceiling with exposed beams. It is an ideal place to entertain or relax.

Newport, RI

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