Category: Home Tours

Home Tours: See historic homes, cottages, cape cods, Victorian, tiny houses, bungalows, storybook homes and more.

A Remodeled Tiny Farmhouse In Portland

This home tour features a tiny farmhouse I found on Houzz. The little house is where Designer Jessica Helgerson lived with her family for four years while building their future home. For a family of four, thankfully the inside is redesigned for maximum space efficiency. If you like Farmhouse style, this …

The Oldest Log Cabin In America: Nothnagle Cabin

The Oldest Log Cabin in America: Nothnagle Cabin In 2011, experts declared Nothnagle Cabin to be the world’s oldest cabin standing in its original place. The oldest log cabin in America is in Gibbstown, New Jersey. On the market for $2.9 million, it dates back to 1638.  The cabin was …

Tour America’s Most Expensive Home: A BelAir GiGa Mansion!

We get an inside look at America’s Most Expensive Home. The BelAir GiGa Mansion is back on the market after the buyer pulled out of his contract. Last year it was America’s most expensive home for $250 million. It is down to third most expensive home now for $188 million. “This home was curated …

A Sweet Victorian Yellow House: The “Daffodil”

Here is simply a charming Victorian yellow house named The “Daffodil” for sale. I get distracted when I see Victorian homes with all their gingerbread trimmings. The “Daffodil” is in Pacific Grove, California that is close to the ocean where the Candy Cane Lane Storybook Cottage I featured is too. …

An Updated Craftsman Bungalow For Sale in Georgia

An Updated Craftsman Bungalow A 1915 craftsman bungalow in Atlanta Georgia got a lot of modern updates and looks amazing. If you ever wonder why anyone buys old historic homes or how they look fixed up, this house is a nice example. I like red houses and this Bungalow has a …

Historic Cary Grant Beach House in Santa Monica For Sale

Cary Grant Beach House Cary Grant beach house in Santa Monica, CA is on the market for the first time in 40 years. This house was built in 1929 and is a “French Normandy house style.” Other famous faces that have lived in this house via the listing are Randolph Scott, …