Jeffrey Wolk

In the market for something sweet? These seven gingerbread houses may not be made out of sugar and frosting, but they are sure to make you drool. The term “gingerbread” in architecture is characterized by embellishment and intricate detail, and is a style that dates to the late 19th century. This list of houses for sale includes a residence featuring scalloped siding and stained-glass in Montana, a three-story restored Queen Anne–style Victorian in California. Several of the homes have received historic preservation awards for their restorations of their late 1800’s interiors and exteriors.

Seven the full list of houses at Money.

If you’re in the mood for real gingerbread houses—the sugary sweet kind—check out this miniature holiday village at a casino in central New York.

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