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Waterfall-front property
Waterfall-front property

Nestled up against the rushing rapids of Kinderhook Creek in Valatie, New York, this historic property spent a century as a cotton mill before being converted to a hydroelectric power plant. Now that the turbines are offline, what was originally

Classic country church vibes
Classic country church vibes

Built in 1877, this former church on a prominent corner in North Bloomfield, Ohio, is on the market at the markdown price of $39,900. Though the worship space is still in place on the main level, the property does have

Tavern, sweet tavern
Tavern, sweet tavern

This stone structure was built in the early 1700s as the local watering hole and is located smack-dab in the center of historic Waterford, Virginia. The property has since been transformed into a 4-bedroom, 3-bath

Totally rad
Totally rad

Truly a property frozen in time, a lakeside residence located alongside California’s Lake Arrowhead comes onto the market straight from the

Transit oriented
Transit oriented

An old-fashioned railway depot-turned-residence located in Pennington, New Jersey, is back on the market for just $450,000. The station was built in 1882 and was in use until its retirement in 1967. The Victorian-style property is on the National Register

Midcentury style with storage
Midcentury style with storage

What was once a top-secret, Cold War-era missile bunker has now been converted into a functional home, offering buyers a modern kitchen, sleeping quarters and their own personal freight elevator. The complex — located more than 60 feet under the

Vintage timepiece
Vintage timepiece

In 1907, Max Scmidtt designed an industrial property complete with a clocktower penthouse to house his large-scale printing company in South Beach, San Francisco. Today, the building houses a 3,000-square-foot luxury pad that’s now on the market at $6

Ship shape
Ship shape

Built in the mid-1920s for a homesick Italian shipbuilder, this European castle located in the Bronx is everything but

An isle for Frank
An isle for Frank

There are lots of Frank Lloyd Wright homes out there, but not many of them feature private parking for your client’s helicopter. This listing actually features three properties on Petre Island, two of which were designed by the renowned

Everybody yurts, sometimes
Everybody yurts, sometimes

On a 4-acre lot in Reeds Spring, Missouri, yurt-building pioneer Bill Coperthwaite taught seminars and led the construction of two of the four circular tentlike structures that are now for sale for

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