Maybe it’s just us, but we always get a little giddy when we see one of these blue historical marker signs in front of a house that’s on the market. This Colonial, built in 1792, is beautiful, affordable, and, according to the listing, the first house built in the town of Greenville. We like the iron accents on the doors and kitchen cabinetry. Nice 11-acre piece of land with a stone terrace, flower gardens, and a stream bisecting it. Property includes a 1600-square foot pole barn. Located next door to the Town of Greenville Park, just in case 11 sprawling acres isn’t enough park for you.
11290 State Route 32, Greenville (Coldwell Banker) GMAP
Asking Price: $214,800
Square Feet: 2,001
Year Built: 1792
Land: 11 acres
Features: Stone patio, pole barn, stream.