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511 Ash Street

The Kemp & Boyer Home

Originally home to the News Leader, this lot now is home to Todd Kemp and Brian Boyer, who returned to Fernandina in 2021 after living for some time in Key West. Both the main house and the guest cottage are built in the low country cottage style, with designs done by John Dodd and built by Castleton Homes/ Hector Van Lennep. All of the greenspace originally was paved lots- once the removal of the asphalt was completed, Landscaping was done with Liberty Landscaping to create a low maintenance space.

502 Date Street

The Brown Home

This Cottage was originally built in 1925 and has undergone multiple renovations over the course of it’s life. Vinyl siding, a bedroom, and a living room were added in the 1980s, and the original 9 foot ceilings were dropped to 8 feet. In 2010, the cottage was gutted, the ceiling heights and original floors were restored, and new plumbing and HVAC systems were installed. The Final renovation in 2021 added a new courtyard, refreshed the porch, and replaced the windows, trim and siding.

310 Ash Street

Saltmarsh Hospitality Group

Believed to have been built in 1859 but John Martin Waas, this two story residence was constructed with cedar plank siding that has never been painted. Over the last several years restoration projects have been undertaken by a craftsman and designer who lived on site. The home features original tin ceiling tiles from the oldest bar in the state, and the garden is filled with antiques and oddities.

116 S. 10th

The Kaufman Home

Built in in 1873, this home and the home next to it are sister homes, built for the Clarks, a local shrimping family. Now home to the Kaufman family, this house has six original rooms and a new kitchen and sunroom that were added in 2021 and 2022. The Garden was renovated last year, and attracts local pollinators and birds.

111 S. 6th St.

The Whitesides & Pence Home

Originally built in 1890, this Frame Vernacular home has gone through multiple transformations over the course of the years. The first major restoration occurred in the 70’s, restoring the foundation and replacing the floors, as well as introducing its porch and loft. A new kitchen was installed in 2019, and the current owners fell in love with the house and moved into it in 2023.

2110 Alachua St.

Cozy Cottage

Built in 1940, this is one of the oldest homes in the Egans Creek area. Remodeled to raise the ceiling and add space, this sweet cottage has retained its charm.

2200 Atlantic Ave.

The Hair Home

Built in 1947, 2200 Atlantic Avenue is a quaint example of the time. Hardwood floors made of ponderosa pine throughout as well as the original windows, plaster walls and kitchen cabinetry enhance the feel of old Fernandina. Set on just under 1/2 an acre our yard is our sanctuary. In 2023 we were proud to receive a heritage tree designation for the live oak in our front yard.

2019 Highland St.

Paradise Garden

Who says you need a lot of land to create a private getaway? Step through the gate into this garden paradise with winding paths, relaxing areas to meditate, and even a koi pond to keep you mesmerized.

2116 Belvedere Ave.

Artists’ cottage set within a whimsical, creative garden. Screened in courtyard with a pool has touches of unique features designed by both artists. Where there was once a garage, there is now a working studio. Music can be heard outside the studio when the couple often paints together—a relaxed, laid-back, fun atmosphere.