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Historical Home Tour: St. Augustine, Florida

With October looming right around the corner, this month we’re taking our historical home tour series down to St. Augustine, Florida – virtually, of course. And trust us, you won’t want to miss this.

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We’re back – and this time we brought you something good. Despite COVID-19 putting a pause on our typical historical home tours, like the amazing homes we saw in Richmond, Virginia, this time we’re doing everything virtually. Not only is it for the safety of homeowners, sellers and agents, but it gives us the opportunity to explore homes all across the country. And today, we’re taking it down south the state of Florida. One of the oldest cities in America, St. Augustine has the most historical homes per capita than any other city in the country, pretty amazing right? So what better city to include on our Historical Home series.

historical home in st. augustine florida

Read: What You Should Know Before Buying a Historical Home

The home we’re touring today has Spanish-style architecture that is reminiscent of St. Augustine’s extensive history. The beautiful compound, which includes a courtyard, beautiful kitchen, and large dining room for potential buyers, has a ton of charm and character that you wouldn’t find anywhere else. The unique architecture and interior design will put this home at the top of your “favorites” list.

Trust us, you need to see this charming home for yourself, and lucky for you, we’ve created the perfect tour all in one video! Or, you can tour the home yourself right here on Homes.com.

Looking to tour other historical homes – maybe one in a city near you? Visit Homes.com’s Blog to see a roundup of the homes we’ve covered so far and the features that make these historical space so unique.

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