30 Vintage, Architectural Treasures Found on 'Hunting Vintage'
Love a good treasure hunt? We know, scouting and scouring for vintage finds is a thrill. When you spy that rare find that can't be duplicated, it's as if you found that elusive leprechan at the end of the rainbow. Check out these old home gems prospective home buyers found on HGTV's Hunting Vintage, all proving that the digging is worthwhile.
Make a Toast
Bathroom Focal Point
Forget a basic, boring door. This magnificent entrance, found on an 1896 Dutch Colonial home, shows off the incomparable detail that buying vintage offers.
Dazzle Your Guests
Wide Open Space
All in the Details
Flip a Switch
An Intricate Ceiling
Heat in Style
An Historical Privilege
Spying one of these black signs on a home's front is an immediate clue you've uncovered a treasure. While it comes with maintenance and updating rules per the historical foundation, the presence of a marker from the National Register of Historic Places is a great honor.
Quality of the Handiwork
Take a Seat
The aesthetic beauty of an historic home is a magnet for many home buyers, as is the often unmatched architecture that has withstood the test of time. The detailed paint work of this 1895 Hot Springs, Arkansas, structure is characteristic of the Victorian style.
Rare Dade County Pine floors were an instant selling point in this restored Key West, Florida, home. Oftentimes it is one property feature that makes a vintage find a must-have.