Historic Homes for Sale in Jacksonville
Following the Great Fire of 1901, Jacksonville became an attractive area for growth and development. As part of the city's turn-of-the-century reconstruction efforts, an abundance of mansions were built along the winding banks of the beautiful St. Johns River and most have been saved or restored to pristine condition for today's historic home buyer. Many of these areas offer a peaceful neighborhood setting with pedestrian-friendly streets, shady sidewalks lined by century-old oak trees and some of the most stunning waterfront views in North Florida.
Real estate listings in the downtown areas of Riverside, Avondale, Ortega, San Marco, San Jose and Springfield afford residential investors a great opportunity to purchase a historical home in Jacksonville with a convenient urban location. Other equally unique single-family homes, loft-like bungalows and multi-family residences were also built in outlying communities well beyond the city's majestic skyline.
Historical Residences & Attractions
From historic downtown Jacksonville to the Riverside / 5 Points area, America's largest city (by area) has an abundant collection of unique historical residences. Many of these homes are within walking distance of some of the most unique areas in North Florida, including Memorial Park, The Museum of Contemporary Art, The Ribault Monument, The Fort Carolina National Memorial and much more.
Whether you're looking to live above a classic retail space or want to watch the sunrise every day over the Atlantic Ocean, Fred Miller Group can help you buy a historic home from a bygone era. We specialize in residential properties that have a character that cannot be replicated in Jacksonville's newer neighborhoods. Use our website's convenient "Contact Us" feature to send us an email or call us at 800-886-6160 to start your property search for a historic home for sale. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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