Historic House Listings

Built for a daughter! The Faircloth Parker House, Circa 1916 in Florida. $219,900

February 16, 2021

Love that fireplace and those arched doors! This home was built by David Faircloth for his daughter. Known as the Faircloth Parker House. It was built in 1916. It is located on .48 acres in Milton, Florida. The home features original hardwood floors, a grand fireplace, beautiful arched doors, and french doors. This spanish style home is situated in the historic district and is thought of as the crown jewel of Milton. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 2,375 square feet. $219,900

Contact John Ellis with Voyage Real Estate

From the Zillow listing:


Stunning Spanish-style home in the historic district of Milton with the potential of being THE crown jewel in Downtown Milton. On nearly a half acre and frontage on three streets, this home has generously porportioned rooms in the way that only historic homes were built, with high ceilings and beautiful historic details. The next owner can incorporate these elements in the ultimate restoration of this classical home. Known as the Faircloth Parker House, it was built by David Faircloth for his daughter in 1927, and is a stunning example of Mediterannean Revival architecture just blocks away from the riverfront in Downtown Milton. Showings will be by appointment only.


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