The Old House (Cutchogue)
The aptly name of this house was built in 1649, it is also known as the oldest residence in a state of New York.
It was built in 1652, which is known as the oldest Brooklyn residence and the surviving Dutch example of saltbox frame house.
This house is famous for its appearance in a ninetieth century in the poem “The Exile” which is written by John Greenleaf Whittier.
Ryves Holt House
It is known as the oldest surviving country inn. Philip Russell which is the William Penn cupbearer runs this house for a short while, until the first Chief Sussex County Justice Ryves Holt, bought this house in 1721.
Thomas Halsey was built this house in Southampton, New York year 1648. At present, this house operates as a museum with still intact of different original items of the Halsey family.
Thomas Lee House
It is known as the oldest Connecticut wooden frame house and remains in its original states, and it is built between the year of 1660 and 1664.
James Blake House
It is the oldest house in Boston, Massachusetts and it was built in 1661.
John Bowne House
The oldest house in Queens and it was built in year 1661. This residence is known as the 1662 famous site of Quaker meeting, which is led to its arrest owner.
Reverand James Keith Parsonage
This parsonage was built in 1662 in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
Richard Jackson House
It is the oldest frame house surviving in New Hampshire and it was built in year 1664.
This house is the state second oldest ground burial and it is believed as a haunted house. With this you are being aware of the different oldest house that you will find in United States. With the old structure of this different houses are the reason why it became one of the oldest houses. Most of these houses are one of the historical museums in United State.