Antique style homes seem to be a classification that a lot of older houses get lumped into, depending on the city/town you’re searching in.
It may just be classified as an “antique” or you could have a more specific classification attached, depending on where its located. We ran a search in our local areas, to find out just how many Antique Style homes existed in public record for each associated City/Town.
How many Antique Styles exist in each town?
According to public record, here are the actual numbers/counts of houses that are classified as “Antique” for the given city/town. Clicking on the neighborhood will take you to all of the antique homes currently for sale, if any.
Since we’re at the mercy of public record, or the listing agent who types in the actual “style” into the MLS. We’ve provided a few more examples of styles that may be potentially being used when categorizing a house as Antique Style.
So, if you don’t find the house you’re looking for below in our search results, we recommend trying to look for them on these pages:
*Disclaimer: All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed, and should be verified by visitors/buyers. Houses for Sale categorized in this particular “style” are curated through the MLS system and displayed on this page based on the Listing Brokerage’s identification under a particular “style” which may or may not be accurate. It’s recommended that you verify accuracy through the listing agent directly or you may feel free to contact us if you are not currently already being represented by your own agent, and we will be happy to research the style type further for you. Silva Realty Group and/or its agents, employees shall not be held liable for any inaccuracies in property style errors or any other listing errors made by any other brokerages, agencies, employees/staff, or third party vendors.