Stranahan House

Interesting
Airy and elegant, the two-story frame house skirted by wide verandas is Broward County's oldest building and a graceful example of Florida pioneer architecture. A popular historical site, the house is located on the site of the trading post built by pioneer Frank Stranahan to serve settlers and local Seminoles. The interior boasts double-beaded wall paneling expertly crafted from Dade County pine.

Useful information

Adresse : 

335 S.E. 6th Ave.

Phone:

+1 954-524-4736

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