A home is a place where memories are made in the walls of a structure. A historical home exemplifies the special nature of how a house becomes a home. If you are looking to purchase a historical home, stone home or unique home you have come to the right place! Steve Bickford specializes in marketing these types of homes and can help find you the perfect historical home.

When buying or selling a historic home, it is important to work a real estate professional that has experience is the nuisances of what the sale of a historical home entails. Steve Bickford has been a leading real estate agent for the past decade, his knowledge of real estate and the local marketplace is valuable to all the clients he works with.

If you are considering purchasing a piece of history or selling your coveted historical property, contact Steve!

Steve’s Historical Properties:

1700s Stone House, Across From University

An outstanding 1780 built stone farmhouse on 32.85 acres. The original builder of the house, Francis Campbell, came to Shippensburg with the town's founder, Edward Shippen, in the early 1730's. One of the first merchants in the area, Francis lived in town until perhaps 1780 when he built his "Middle Spring Plantation", which is now known as Willow Run. The home features five fireplaces and much original glass, woodwork and hardware.Although only 1 mile from the center of Shippensburg, it is set back from the road and affords views of the thirty-acre meadow with a pond, the Middle Spring stream, and a woods.

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1812 Brick Estate Home in Mechanicsburg 

Majestically over-looking the Cumberland Valley & it's own 17 acres, this historic brick farmhouse is believed to have been built during the War of 1812,& a stunning example of the amazing craftsmanship of that era. With its 8 fireplaces, extensive hand carved woodwork, high ceilings, pine flrs, crystal sconces and chandeliers, the home has more the feel of a manor house than a farmhouse. This home has been lovingly maintained. The acreage is on the National Land Trust, adding the advantage of reduced tax. View more information click here.