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Thank you Gnt. I love this old house too. I've caught glimpses down a driveway of it for 20 years going to St. George Island near Applachicola. I could tell it was a log home, but that was about it. I finally made note of a landmark so I could stop and finally see it. It does not look lived in now. There was a bad hurricane that hit further out the pan handle of Florida maybe 6 or 8 years ago, but the back lash really wiped out this area of the Gulf from East Point to Panecea with really flood waters. I have a feeling that may have been when it was shut down, because I'm sure the first floor flooded. Considering how many buildings were completely destroyed during that storm, it says alot about its original construction. I am just guessing, but I think it may have been built in the early part of the 1900s.
would love to have that old house....such a beauty....and fixing would not take long...great pic lauralyn
Fixed up it would make a wonderful holiday home and look at all that character...is it really that run down or is it still used or lived in?
So sad it had to get in this bad of shape. I'm sure it's sitting on a piece of prime land.
Amazing. I bet that fireplace is a good one. Would love to see inside. Thanks.
Love this puzzle lauralyn. Thanks