10 Homes With Art Galleries for Sale Around the Country

If you have been told you have an eye for art and are in search of a new business opportunity, there’s no time like the present. Ditch your desk job, and open up an art gallery!

We’ll paint you a picture. Art galleries—in a mix of urban settings and small towns, in historic structures and newer buildings—have popped up for sale across the country.

From New York City to small-town Wisconsin, we’ve found 10 art galleries for you to ponder. Step back and really look at these properties. We think you’ll appreciate what you see.

And as with any work of fine art, the cost varies. On this list alone, the price to become a proprietor of an art gallery ranges from $147,000 all the way up to $35 million.

Price: $699,000

Drop anchor in an oceanfront community founded in 1642. The eye-catching dusty blue and bright purple exterior of this 2,299-square-foot home should be a tipoff that this is a place for creative types.

Dating to 1900, the building offers enough space for a one-bedroom apartment upstairs and an art gallery (and studio) on the first floor. The waters of Smith Cove sit across the street, and Rocky Neck—America’s oldest art colony—is a tourist-rich area.

37 Rocky Neck Ave., Unit 1B, Gloucester, MA


Price: $579,900

Included in the sale of a three-bedroom home is a large barn that has served as an art gallery, called Gallery @ 85 Main.

Buyers with an artistic eye will also be enchanted by a reflecting pool surrounded by mature landscaping. The gallery hugs 90 feet of water frontage and is located about two hours from the hubs of New York City and Boston—an ideal locale for attracting weekend travelers.

85 Main St., Essex, CT


Price: $380,000

Located near Palm

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