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Historic Vacation: Unique Homes For Rent In Each State

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Travelers love renting houses for holidays, rather than renting rooms in a hotel, because they get all the comforts of living in the house and the chance to feel like a local. However, among all the houses for rent you can find special ones that will give tenants the feeling of time travel, moving into the past.

Edition USA Today collected such unique offers in every state of the United States and the District of Columbia.

1. Alabama: This 100-year-old one-bedroom cottage in New Market was the office of the first doctor and one of the first post offices in northern Alabama.

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2. Alaska: This 3 bedroom house in Palmer is listed on the National Historic Register and is the original home of the Matanuska colony.

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3. Arizona: This 7 bedroom house in Tucson was built in 1878 and is considered the world's only known example of a Victorian mud house.

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4. Arkansas: This Victorian 3 bedroom house in Eureka was built at the end of the 1800's.

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5. California: This 3 bedroom house in the Hollywood Hills was formerly owned by legendary wizard Harry Houdini.

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6. Colorado: This 3 bedroom house in Durango dates back to the 1880 years and is located on a former hay-making ranch.

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7. Connecticut: This 5 bedroom house in the historic Jordanian village in Waterford was built in 1877.

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8. Delaware: This 4 bedroom house in Lewis was built in 1857 and renovated in 2014.

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9. Florida: The 2-bedroom house in Bokelia is a restored farmhouse on a 1925 sugar cane plantation.

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10. Georgia: This 2-room apartment in Savannah is located in a renovated Italian-style mansion in Forsyth Park.

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11. Hawaii: The 3 bedroom property for rent is a historic 1920s plantation house located on the island of Kauai, close to Poipu Beach.

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12. Idaho: This 3 bedroom house in Oakley was built by Hector C. Height, father of Elder David B. Height of the Quorum of the Twelve (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) in 1895. It is located in the National Historical Register.

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13. Illinois. This 4 bedroom house in Lemonte was once owned by the inventors of the sewing machine. Singer.

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14. Indiana: This 5 villa in Long Beach was built in 1920 and was the home of several Illinois politicians and their Chicago gangster friends.

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15. Iowa: This 3 bedroom house in Iowa City was built for Emma Kharvat, the first woman elected mayor of the city.

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16. Kansas: This 5 bedroom house in Emporia was built in 1901 year.

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17. Kentucky: This three-bedroom house in Danville was one of the first houses built by American colonialists in Kentucky and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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18. Louisiana: This 3-bedroom New Orleans apartment is a renovated Creole home that was built in 1838 in the French Quarter.

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19. Maine: This 10 bedroom house in Kennebunkport was built on 1848 and is located on the Kennebunk River.

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20. Maryland: This 7-bedroom house in Cambridge is 350 years old and inspired James Michener to write The Chesapeake.

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21. Massachusetts: This 5 bedroom house in Oak Bluffs was built in 1866 by architect Charles Pratt, after whom the Pratt Institute in New York was named.

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22. Michigan: This 7-bedroom house in Glen Arbor was designed by Chicago-based architect Harry Wiz and is known as “Shaq Tamarak” because of the American larch (tamarak) trees that were felled for its construction.

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23. Minnesota: This 7 bedroom house in Minneapolis was built in 1887 and has secret doors and amazing gardens. He once belonged to Eugene and Merretta Carpenters, who were famous artists in Minneapolis.

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24. Mississippi: This 1-room apartment in the Gulf of Saint-Louis is located in a historic building of a former school near the beach.

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25. Missouri: This 3 bedroom house in St. Charles was built in 1870 and is located near the historic district of the city.

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26. Montana: This 4 bedroom log cabin in Gardiner was built in 1907.

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27. Nebraska: This 6-room penthouse in Lincoln is located in the former US courthouse and post office. It features original oak double doors and terrazzo floors, installed in 1904 year.

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28. Nevada: This 4 bedroom house in Carson City was owned by the fourth Earl of Cowley, a descendant of the legendary Duke of Wellington.

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29. New Hampshire: This 5 bedroom house in Winchester was built in 1774 year and was the headquarters during the civil war.

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30. New Jersey: This 9-bedroom Cape May home was built in 1869 by the wealthy Pennsylvania coal baron, John McCreary. Architect Stephen Button designed this Gothic villa with an 18-meter tower.

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31. New Mexico: This 5 bedroom house in Santa Fe, known as the Pink House, or Leonard Smith House, was designed and built by architect Rapp, the hotel designer. La Fonda and the Santa Fe Art Museum in New Mexico, in the 1920's.

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32. New York: This 6 bedroom house in Cape Vincent was built in 1838 by Theophilus Pegnet, an outstanding officer of Napoleon’s army, and is located just 200 meters from the St. Lawrence River.

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33. North Carolina: This 4-bedroom cottage in Pinehurst was built in 1897 by James Walker Tufts, founder Pinehurst and Arctic Soda Fountain Co.

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34. North Dakota: This 2-room apartment in Kulma is located in a former bank built in 1906 year.

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35. Ohio: This 5 bedroom house in Lexington was built in 1903 by inventor and electrical engineer Harry Smith. The guests of the house were Charles Kettering, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford.

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36. Oklahoma: This 2-room apartment in Oklahoma City is located in a building built in 1929 year.

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37. Oregon: This 3 bedroom house is the oldest home in Baker City and dates back to 1878 the year.

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38. Pennsylvania: This 2 bedroom house in New Hope was built in the 1700's and is listed as a historical monument in the USA.

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39. Rhode Island. This house with 3 bedrooms in Tiverton, known as the House of Captain Philip Corey.

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40. South Carolina: This 2-bedroom cottage in Charleston is a 200-year-old restored guest house in the historic city district.

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41. South Dakota: This 3 bedroom house in Custer was once owned by the owner of First National Bank Dakota.

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42. Tennessee: This 2 bedroom penthouse in Nashville is located in a historic building commissioned by building magnate Morris Fisher in 1923.

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43. Texas: This 6 bedroom house was once the residence of President Lyndon Johnson and his wife Byrd Johnson.

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44. Utah: This 6 bedroom house in Ogden was originally built by the family of firearm inventor John Browning.

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45. Vermont: This 1 cottage on La Motte was built at the end of 1700 and was visited by President Theodore Roosevelt.

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46. Virginia: This 1 bedroom stone house in Lexington was built around 1780 of the year.

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47. Washington. This house with 8 bedrooms was built in 1910 by architect Kirtland Katter, and some of the most famous families in the region lived there.

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48. Washington DC. This 8 bedroom house in Logan County is the former home of the parish priest of St. Augustine Church and the original place where the hospital was located during the civil war.

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49. West Virginia: This 1 bedroom cottage was built before the civil war and is located 5 minutes from the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.

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50. Wisconsin: This 11 bedroom house in Sheboygan was built in 1912 year.

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51. Wyoming: This 2 cottage in Shell is a converted 1-room school building and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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All these houses are available for rent on site. HomeAway.

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