Dating to 1700, the oldest home to hit the market this week was built a mere 80 years after the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock. It sits atop our list of the 10 oldest homes that went up for sale in the past seven days. All built in the 1700s, they’ve weathered the centuries and still stand in fine fettle today. Now these vintage charmers are ready for a new owner to write the next chapter in their long histories.
One of these properties comes with the lovely name of Tree Farm, and is filled with wildflowers to attract butterflies and birds. And then there’s Fleetwood, which comes with its own ancient cemetery.
This week’s oldest homes also include a 68-acre gentleman’s farm, filled with pastures, ponds, and an herb garden and a family compound with a home dating to 1710.
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