Our Favorite 100 Year Old Homes For Sale

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The amount of history a home can hold is absolutely remarkable. Here are 19 of our favorite 100 year old homes for sale.  These were all built before 1900. Imagine if the walls could talk in these beautiful homes!

These are 19 of Our Favorite Homes Built Before 1900

1. 1732 North Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO

Built in 1899, this house has been completely renovated, while keeping its character and integrity. The foyer features a grand wooden staircase and the dining room with a classic chandelier. The front porch is the perfect spot to quietly sip on a morning cup of coffee and read the paper.

The house listing can be viewed here.

2. 725 F St, Salida, CO 

Built in 1899, this renovated house still has its original front door, complete with stained glass. The home retains its classic charm with ten foot high ceilings and arched Victorian windows.

The house listing can be viewed here.

3. 1003 9th St, Boulder, CO

This 1899 Historic Craftsman home features original brickwork, gorgeous wood floors, and fireplace. This home’s detail and quality craftsmanship seamlessly blends classical architecture with modern updates to preserve its historical background while having been loved by Boulder families for nearly 120 years.

The house listing can be viewed here.

4. 1629 North Ogden St, Denver, CO

This 1889 Queen Anne Victorian Home was originally built for civil engineer and inventor Hebert L. Aullus. Located just east of Downtown Denver this home features wonderful natural light with soaring 10-foot ceilings, historic pocket doors, 9.5-foot French doors. While updated for modern living, the home still elicits the warmth and charm of its original era.

The house listing can be viewed here.

5. 56 Baker St, Denver, CO

This 1899 classic brick townhome in Baker features wood floors, an ornamental fireplace, and high ceilings. Its updates include cement countertops, making this remodeled historic house unique.

The house listing can be viewed here.

6. 2471 W Caithness Place, Denver, CO

This 1896 Denver home has antique light fixtures, Victorian architectural accents, and hardwood floors. Its location is within walking distance of Union Station, Coors Field, and the Pepsi Center, making it an excellent pick for a Victorian home in an urban city.

The house listing can be viewed here.

7. 2960 Inca St Unit 114, Denver, CO

This beautiful loft is located in an 1896 historic warehouse (converted to condos in 2001). The high-end unit reflects the rustic charm of the building’s history with oak hardwood floors, original wooden beams, vaulted ceilings, and exposed brick.

The loft listing can be viewed here.

8. 2233 S Bannock St, Denver, CO

This 1895 historical Denver bungalow features an open floor plan with a lot of natural light. There is a natural flow to the home, making it hard to believe that it is over 100 years old.

The house listing can be found here.

9. 1001 E 17th Ave Unit 14, Denver, CO

This 1890 Victorian era condo is on the National Registry of Historic Places. This San Francisco style condo is loaded with charm and character. It features an open floor plan, Victorian fireplace, exposed brick, and a gorgeous remodeled kitchen.

The house listing can be found here.

10. 69 Lincoln Ave, Snohomish, WA

This 1890 remodeled Duplex is located in Historic Snohomish and features a view of the beautiful Snohomish River!

The house listing can be found here.

11. 817 27th St, Denver, CO

This 1890 Victorian home is full of renovated charm, from a vintage claw foot bathtub to exposed brick. The house is just blocks to RiNo area restaurants, Welton St. corridor, and the light rail.

The house listing can be found here.

12. 85 Bannock St, Denver, CO

This 1980 Queen Anne home has been lovingly cared for by the same owners for decades in historic Baker neighborhood. The house emanates authentic charm with features like the original ornate fireplace, yet feels fresh with a renovated family room.

The house listing can be found here.

13. 710 Se Front St, Winlock, WA

This 1889 home is listed on the Historical Registry. The house features a beautiful banister, hand painted stenciling, and scroll work. Both the living room and dining room have parlor stoves, giving the house a lot of character.

The house listing can be found here.

14. 2404 Clarkson St, Denver, CO

This 1888 classic brick Victorian home is over 4,000 finished square feet. The house has been completely updated with modern finishes, while still retaining the key pieces which make it a beautiful historic home.

The house listing can be found here.

15. 3329 Vallejo St, Denver, CO

This 1886 home is one of the original homesteads in the neighborhood. The farmhouse has been completely renovated and the historic Rhyno Family Garage has been converted into a chic guest house.

The house listing can be found here.

16. 2435 California St, Denver, CO

This 1886 Curtis Park home features a cozy fireplace with beautiful woodwork. This spacious home sits on a double lot, making it an oasis in the city.

The house listing can be found here.

17. 2347 Stout St, Denver, CO

This 1885 home has the original tile around the fireplace and mantle. It is just waiting for a loving homeowner to bring it back to its full historical beauty.

The house listing can be found here.

18. 2535 Champa St, Denver, CO

This 1885 home offers Italianate architecture, complete with soaring ceilings, original woodwork, and floor to ceiling windows. The beautiful foyer replete with chandelier and photo enticing staircase leads you to the living room, billiards room, or one of the eight bedrooms (accompanied by five bathrooms!).

The house listing can be found here.

19. 2445 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO

The oldest house on this list was built in 1883. This home was recently renovated, with plenty of modern luxuries: a gourmet kitchen, a three car heated garage, and a koi pond.

The house listing can be found here.

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