|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Color photograph of a section of the front porch of the Bradlee McIntyre home in Longwood. A sign that reads "Bradlee McIntyre / House / CIRCA 1885 / LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER / OF HISTORIC PLACES / CENTRAL FLORIDA SOCIETY" (the remainder of the sign is not in the photograph).|
The Bradlee-McIntyre House is a Victorian Cottage Style house. It is now located in Longwood, Florida at 130 West Warren Avenue, after being moved there from Altamonte Springs. On March 28, 1991, the house was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
The Bradlee-McIntyre House was built circa 1885 for noted Boston architect Nathaniel Jeremiah Bradlee and family. It is the only surviving "cottage" in Orange and Seminole counties, a Queen Anne Style three-story, 13-room winter vacation house featuring an octagonal tower and "ginger-bread" trim typical of the flamboyant houses of the Victorian Period.
|Condition Notes||Overall good condition.|
Bradlee, Nathaniel Jeremiah