Shows like Fixer Upper or well-known Facebook pages, such as For the Love of Old Houses, cater to those who are drawn to historical, unique homes. Luckily for all of the vintage lovers, many old homes will be kept intact by the upcoming generation of buyers. In fact, millennials are the most likely to buy a home built before 1913 and they’re the least likely to purchase a new construction. Looking at some of the older homes for sale in our area, it’s easy to see why it’s so important to preserve these awe-inspiring properties from a bygone era.
Listing Presented by Emily Bailey
This 119-year-old farmhouse and its 2 barns are the perfect opportunity to unleash your Chip and Joanna skills! Situated on 1.7 acres in Gibsonburg, it’s easy to see how swoon-worthy this house could be with some TLC. The home has newer siding and a newer roof, so some of the major expenses are already taken care of. Life will be a breeze this summer when you’re relaxing on the covered front porch.
Listing Presented by Kristin Lopez
Love old homes but not sure if you can handle the maintenance? Look no further! This 1880 home is located just south of Findlay in Arlington, Ohio, and has been totally remodeled! All new drywall, flooring, insulation, and lighting. The kitchen and both full baths have been renovated, as well.
Listing Presented by Victoria Valle
The longest standing home in Eagle Point Colony can now be yours! Grand doesn’t even begin to describe this one. The house was built in 1918 and has breathtaking views of the Maumee River from every floor. Offers 8 bedrooms, 6 fireplaces, 5 full baths, 6 half baths and a ballroom!
Coming soon! Listing Presented by Scott Estep
This Bowling Green beauty hits the market on February 22nd. The private first floor master has a huge walk-in closet and its own screen porch. It also has a brand new metal roof, new carpet and refinished hardwood floors. With over 1,800 SqFt and a garage loft, it provides all the space you need.
Listing Presented by Jordyn and Ginger Windnagle
This one has all the old world charm you expect in the OWE, plus a ton of extras! Over 5,800 SqFt with a partially finished basement and a double lot over ⅓ acre. It’s an entertainer’s paradise. The home has been remodeled from top to bottom: new first floor plumbing, new electrical panel and wiring, new 80 gallon water heater and blown-in insulation! It also has a 600 SqFt barn and easy access to the art museum.
Listing Presented by Kathy Willis
Built in 1919, this Washington Local home has a lot of perks. It sits on more than half an acre with a 2.5 car garage and a finished basement. It boasts a new furnace, AC, roof and vinyl siding. Check out the deck and beautiful landscaping for serious summer goals.