Sears Kit Home “IVANHOE” model, St. Augustine, FL

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This house and six others are threatened with mass demolition. The property owner claims that “economic hardship” justifies the demolitions and desires to build a hotel and restaurant. The seven structures are within the National Register Model Land District, St. Augustine, Florida. Citizens for the Preservation of St. Augustine (CPSA) and local historian David Nolan produced this video to explain one of house’s historical significance. The seven houses are listed on the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation’s “Most Endangered” listing for 2008.


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glenmann62 says:

man we got loads of them here in new jersey , especially towns like maywood, rochelle park .woodridge,hackensack, and tons of other towns theese homes also can be found in boonton,just to list a few towns

totalmess says:

Please Save it!
St Augustine is such a nice place and of the oldest cities of America!
don’t waste that piece of american history!

greetings from Holland,

Kidd Strange

Delaucroix says:

hope you save it.

Kurtis570 says:

I have a 100% purely original Sears Home (“Chelsea”) in Monmouth County, NJ from 1908. I have original siding, windows, etc and was looking for tax incentives from my high property tax to keep my house original since the maintence is high to preserve it. Any advice on what I can do?

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Caballow says:

nice place, nice house…

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