While the new construction market is having its best year in more than five years, there are also scores of buyers looking for a classic Tallahassee home which might be far from being new.
Some people believe that older homes have character, and some believe "we don't build them like that anymore." But there is one thing for certain about older homes that you'll almost always find to be true.
Older homes are often built on better lots and they are in better locations most of the time. Why? Because the people who arrived here first took "the good spots."
This article is the bookend piece for last week's article on newer homes for sale in Tallahassee, we hope you like it.
When you look at our complete list of older homes for sale, take notice of the land size, the location, and the mature landscaping. It's hard to recreate all of that when you build a new home today. And don't forget to check out the table of more than 4,000 older home sales at the end of this article!
Older Homes For Sale In Tallahassee
The following list of older homes have a "born on date" from 1950 and back. Please note that this list is updated every 15 minutes, so properties that go under contract "disappear," while new listings of older homes are continuously added to the page as they occur in the Tallahassee MLS. If you fancy yourself a connoisseur of older homes, go ahead and bookmark this page for future consumption.
Older Homes Sales
The following list shows more than 4,300 older home sales that occurred since 1991. The table is sort-able, so you can check out the oldest homes first (starting in 1840), or sort them by price or value too.
I hope you enjoyed our special report on older homes for sale in Tallahassee. After viewing these homes, don't be afraid to reach out to us if you have questions about a home. We're ready to ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS and we're happy to show you any of the homes when you are ready.