I'll eventually read 'The Fire At Mary-Anne's House'
The bottom one is a farmhouse mansion... I don't think Sharon would have been able to have purchased it after her divorce. Also, it's from 1779 (I think? Or 1797, something like that), so you'd have to look at REALLY old houses. They also tend to be smaller and have smaller windows than later houses. Here's house a house from the right era: www.oldhouses.com/cf/displaylisting.cfm?q_listingid=15399&searchlist=15483,13250,15456,15362,10792,10673,13244,15399,15377,15383,16505,10738,12135,16535&searchname=Listings%20In%20New%20Jersey&searchdest=%2Fcf%2Flistinglist%2Ecfm%3Fq_listingstate%3DNJ%26searchname%3DListings%2BIn%2BNew%2520Jersey