Inspired by this week’s 19th Century Furniture and Decorative Art spring exhibition and sale in New York, this collection of historically significant homes represents the classic periods in 19th century architecture in the United States.

The sale includes property from the Robinson Mansion, a traditional illustration of Italianate Neoclassical architecture, located in New Orleans. Each of the circa 1801-1900 homes featured here also represent characteristic 19th-century period style.

Church Hill, Tennessee, USA | Property ID 20213989.

Church Hill, Tennessee - Located among the rolling foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains in northeastern Tennessee sits historic Canton Plantation. The stately 1840’s federal-style mansion is one of the few remaining intact plantation homes surviving in the United States today. Truly a living piece of history, the home harkens back to the Antebellum era of the South.
$1,200,000 USD | Alliance Sotheby’s International Realty

Savannah, Georgia, USA | Property ID 4355345.

Savannah, Georgia - One of the preeminent historic residences in Savannah, this home was completely renovated in 2007-2008. Originally built circa 1857 for William F. Brantley it was designed by renowned architect John Norris. The winner of ASID awards for excellence in interior design for the renovation work and an AIA citation award, the home elegantly blends original details with modern amenities.
$4,750,000 USD | Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty

New York, New York, USA | Property ID 0136153.

New York
- This beautiful Greek revival townhouse, one of five houses known as “Bride’s Row,” was built by Henry Brevoort, Jr. for his five daughters in 1844-1845. Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, this home retains its rich, original 19th century architectural details with hardwood floors, ornate moldings, acanthus and gold leaf trimmings.
$10,500,000 USD | Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage