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Eldora State House

The Eldora State House a historic home listed on the National Register of Historic Places is located in the Canaveral National Seashore. Between 1877 and 1900, Eldora originally called Fairview had a population of 100 people. 138 more words


North Slope Historic District Neo-Colonial

This home was designed and built by the Cornell Brothers in 1895 for William Gardener.  Mr Gardner was a business partner to William Ferguson and they owned and operated a plumbing and steam supply company.   69 more words

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North Slope Historic District Home

This Stick-Style home was built in 1889 for John and Virginia Mason, (Nope,  she is not the “Virginia” of Virginia Mason Hospital, I checked.) John Mason was from Illinois and had enlisted with the Chicago Mercantile Battery of artillery at the start of the Civil War and served at Vicksburg under General Sherman.   82 more words

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We have a bedroom!

So one of my main goals for our first weekend was to try and have at least our bedroom in functional order.  I knew the rest of the house would probably be in a disastrous state for quite some time and that my OCD would have a hard time handling the chaos.   183 more words


An update... finally!

I’ve been a colossal failure of a blogger for the last two weeks – no posts AND no pictures!  I’m pretty much in a constant state of exhaustion at this point though so we’ll blame it on that, ha ha!   249 more words


Owners seeking historic designation for 102-year-old Elbow Park home

Neil Bentley grew up in a charming, two-storey Craftsman-style Elbow Park home that has been in his family for generations.

Now he and his wife, Darcie Bentley, are seeking to have the 102-year-old residence designated a municipal historic resource. 497 more words

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