Friday, January 30, 2009

The Wood House


The Wood House sits next door to the Knott House in the Park Avenue Historic District in downtown Tallahassee. This house was used as a winter residence for the Wood family who came south from Ohio to enjoy the warmer climate. From 1924 to 1946 the house served as a manse (the minister's home) for the First Presbyterian Church. It is now used as law offices. It was built in 1902.

6 comments:

Steffe said...

It's a beautiful building.

JM said...

This one looks like a doll house! Beautiful!

Pam said...

Another fine example of a great old house! It looks like it has been well maintained ;) bravo, Lois!

hadv said...

Aside from the glassed windows, this looks like our old houses here built during the American occupied times.

~Cheryl said...

That is one GRAND house! I'd have no problem living in it.

Lisa Wilson said...

I imagine that house has very large rooms. I love those windows.