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414 Broome St.

The Smith Home
Holiday Décor by Kristen Biagini

The first home built in Fernandina Beach following the Civil War, this home was built in 1866 for Major William B.C. Duryee and features 13 foot ceilings.

19 N. 5th St.

The Young Home
Holiday Décor by Mine Hill Trading Co.

Built in 1960, the building now housing nine luxury lofts was originally the education building for the First Baptist Church.  Rob and Sally Young moved to  Fernandina Beach in 1987 when Robbie opened the Publix on Sadler Road.  The Young family attended First Baptist and their children went to Sunday School in the building their parents now call their “happy place”.  The wooden stairs in the condo leading to the private rooftop terrace are repurposed pews from the building’s church days.

127 S. 7th St

The McEntyre & Bailey Home
Holiday Décor by Revelation Design’s Brooke Raulerson

This home is one of the four “Sister Houses” that were built in 1903 of materials salvaged from the elegant Fernandina Beach Egmont Hotel.  Purchased in 2021, new owners Benjie McEntyre and Alton Bailey have been applying their design and building expertise to restore this historic home. Inside the three bedroom, two home the two have seamlessly blended modern conveniences while maintaining the original character of the home.

206 S. 6th St.

The Gulledge Home
Holiday Décor by Judy Gulledge

This lovely Victorian style cottage was built in 1900. The home has been meticulously restored by the current owners and is furnished with many period pieces of furniture.

22 N. 4th Street

The Partin Home
Holiday Décor by Ken Prescott

22 North 4th Street was built in 1883 and has been a part of the Hardee and Partin families since then. The three story home was renovated in 2019 by current owners Neil and Martha (Partin) Blalock. The house features many family heirlooms and photographs as well as antiques collected abroad.