Two bedrooms, 2½ bathrooms
This 2,500-square-foot home was once the Hillside School. Built in 1893, the one-room schoolhouse was later a chapel and a bed and breakfast. The home has original clapboard siding, slate chalkboards, hardwood floors and abell tower with a cast-iron bell. A staircase leads to two en suite bedrooms on the renovated second floor. The property is 90 miles from New York City.
Agent: Chuck Petersheim, Lazy Meadows Realty
Three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one half-bath
Built in the 1930s, the Blue Bell Elementary School, just southwest of Tulsa, was in session until the 1970s. Now a 3,933-square-foot home, the property retains much of its original character, including hardwood floors, exposed brick walls and a stage. The owners updated the roof and made other upgrades to the home, which sits on 1.6 acres.
Agent: Jake and Sarah Salyer,
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms
This 2,253-square-foot home, a former schoolhouse, retains some of its original features but was recently updated. The large basement once served as the school’s gym. The home, which sits on a 1.8-acre corner lot, has a metal roof, a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace that runs through two levels and original hardwood floors throughout. Sale includes a 1,450-square-foot outbuilding.
Agent: Melissa Frank, Metro Kirsch Real Estate