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    Schoolhouses can offer large spaces and high ceilings that appeal to home buyers on the hunt. This one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in Boston, Mass., is in a schoolhouse that was built in 1908. It is on sale for $525,000.
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    In this converted schoolhouse, a one-bedroom, one-bathroom is on sale for $118,500 in Perth Amboy, N.J. The building was built in 1900. The property has 12-foot high ceilings.
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    In a historic schoolhouse in West Hartford, Conn., a one-bedroom unit is on sale for $179,000.
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    This two-bedroom, 1,080-square-foot townhouse is on sale for $121,900 in Meriden, Conn.
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    This two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is on sale for $249,000 in Fennville, Mich. Built in 1890, the lot spans one acre. The listing states: "Today the home is a beautifully restored cottage-style home with an open great room, kitchen and dining, with high beamed ceilings and a cozy loft (office or TV room). Floor to ceiling 2-sided stone fireplace enjoyed by the great room and master suite!"
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    In Bedford Schoolhouse Lofts, a one-bedroom unit is on sale for $199,000 in Pittsburgh, Pa. Built in 1850, the property is described as having "premier classroom conversions."
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    On the foundation of the Blue Hill Quaker School is a four-bedroom, five-bathroom home on sale for $1,595,023 in Media, Pa. The lot is on 3.64 acres of wooded land and has a three-car garage and a summer house.
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    In the former Queen Anne High School, circa 1908, is a top floor corner loft on sale for $249,900 in Seattle, Wash. The property features a rooftop deck.
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