This house is located on Park Avenue in downtown Tallahassee and was built in 1896 for Mrs. Newell E. Walker whose husband, Mr. S. May Walker, operated a clothing store in Tallahassee for some years. It has been restored and is now used as office space.
Beautiful house, I liked those gorgeous white details in front of it, and the soft green.
They did a great restoration in this house!
What a fabulous, historic house! I love the turret, front porch and style!
It's so pretty!
Lois, this is a gorgeous house. I love all of the little details, and they did a wonderful job of restoring it. Thanks for your comments on my St. George post. I had not heard about the incident, but my brother filled me in. What a tragedy. I just can't comprehend such a horrible thing. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Kathy
«Louis» is always happy to see old buildings restored and continued in use. We Americans are sometimes too quickly to tear down and rebuild.
What a wonderful house. Look at that wrap around porch!
It's gorgeous. So glad it was restored. We have a number of similar homes near downtown Ocala that has also been restored and are now used for a variety of business or by professional people. That makes me happy!
What a pity no one live in it! It's so pretty, and all the little details are wonderful.
Have a great weekend, Lois!
Just like a dollhouse! It's a beauty.
I really love that porch! Very nice
What a gorgeous house, I love the turret and the colour and the shutters. And the return verandah. A family member had a book once of American homes and they were all so lovely.
Is there really a $250,000 fine for parking out the front?
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It's a lovely house, I like the details and especially the porch.
I love the historic insight you give... thanks
A jewel, love the color and obviously the turret-like structure.
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