Price: $1 (must be moved)
Location: Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Contact: Aaron Sherer, 920-235-6903, ext. 26
With an 1893 World's Fair pavilion under his belt, architect William Waters was a hot ticket—no wonder wealthy banker Louis Schriber snagged him to design this handsome Colonial Revival in 1912.
Schriber and his family stayed put until 1927, when, the story goes, the neighboring Paine Art Center and Gardens was built, dwarfing the house and prompting an irked Schriber to move to an even grander place on nearby Lake Winnebago. Two families have owned the property since; in 2011 it was bought by the Paine, which has been renting it out as a single-family home. Now looking to expand, the museum is hoping for a buyer to move the house.
Shown: The three-story brick house has five bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms.