A stone farmhouse built in 1700 in Kingston, NY, is the oldest home on the market this week on Realtor.com®.

Accompanied by a vast 375 acres, the antique is filled with period charm and modern amenities. Highlights range from wide-plank flooring to high-end appliances.

Other vintage gems to hit the market this week include a center-chimney Cape in Massachusetts, a Maryland bed-and-breakfast, and a New Hampshire estate said to have been visited by George Washington.

Scroll down for a full look at this week’s 10 oldest homes.

Price: $6,500,000
Year built: 1700
Three homes: 
This massive, 375-acre property boasts an antique stone farmhouse, a one-bedroom guest cottage, and a four-bedroom residence.

The stone home from 1700 has three bedrooms, including the primary bedroom with a cathedral ceiling and a fireplace. The four-bedroom residence includes a chef’s kitchen and a living area with a vaulted ceiling. There is also a studio cabin and a restored barn currently being used as a workshop and entertainment space.

The enormous property comes with an in-ground pool and an equestrian facility.

Kingston, NY



Price: $399,900
Year built: 1700
Benjamin Coit House: 
This five-bedroom home was once owned by a justice for the New London County Court.

The affordable abode features wide-plank floors, six fireplaces, and wood-paneled walls. The spacious kitchen comes with a cooking fireplace. An adjoining unit features an additional kitchen and living space. Two propane furnaces and new water heaters were recently installed, and the plumbing was updated.

The 1.4-acre lot includes a three-car garage with a workshop and a “bonus building.”

Griswold, CT



Price: $1,195,000
Year built: 1700
Former Westleigh Inn House: 
This Litchfield landmark has been thoughtfully modernized.

The four-bedroom estate features wide-board floors, ornate millwork, exposed-beam ceilings, and built-in cabinetry. The chef’s kitchen has custom cabinets, an oversized island with seating and a prep sink, and stainless-steel appliances. Two sets of sliders provide backyard access. The third floor offers two additional rooms that could be used as bedrooms, a home office, or a fitness area.

The wraparound porch offers views of the 1.9-acre lot, including new landscaping.

Litchfield, CT



Price: $799,000
Year built: 1702
Thomas Loring House: 
This five-bedroom, 3,381-square-foot Colonial has been updated, but period details remain. They include hand-hewn beams, seven fireplaces, wide-plank floors, and detailed molding.

The two-story great room has French doors that provide backyard access. The library features built-in bookcases, and the cozy living room comes with a wood-burning stove. Many bedrooms feature fireplaces as well.

This is a 13-acre equestrian property, and it includes a newly renovated carriage house, a barn, four paddocks, and a heated workshop/garage.

Pembroke, MA



Price: $1,289,900
Year built: 1707
Renovated residence:
This four-bedroom abode is located just a block from the waterfront and its shops and restaurants.

Measuring a bright and airy 2,600 square feet, the home was updated in 2016. Historic highlights include wide-board pine floors, exposed-beam ceilings, six fireplaces, and wood-paneled walls. The primary suite is on the second floor, and the third floor offers additional space for a bedroom or home office.

The fenced yard features a brick patio with a built-in fire pit.

Newburyport, MA



Price: $824,900
Year built: 1713
Capt. Jonathan Chesley House: 
This updated, three-bedroom garrison boasts many original details, including period woodwork and wide-plank floors.

The kitchen was updated with granite countertops, and the living room features a walk-in fireplace with a cooking oven. The primary bedroom has a fireplace and walls paneled in wood. Another bedroom also offers a fireplace, and the third bedroom has an exposed-beam ceiling.

The property, which includes a barn and workshop, also “transfers with a separate adjacent 1.4-acre lot,” according to the listing.

Durham, NH



Price: $659,000
Year built: 1730
Center-chimney Cape: 
This three-bedroom home was built by Asef Bosworth and has been updated over the years.

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