Historic North Brevard Florida

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Pritchard House

7. The Pritchard House

Built: 1891
Location: 424 Washington Avenue, Titusville

Located near downtown Titusville, the two-story wood-framed residence is the city's premier example of the Queen Anne architectural style. The house was built in 1891 for Captain James Pritchard and his wife, Mary. They moved to the town from St. Louis, Missouri, in 1876. Captain Pritchard organized the Indian River State Bank, incorporated in 1889, and served as its president. He also owned a hardware store located at what is now 327 S. Washington Avenue. Descendents of Captain Pritchard have continuously lived in the elegant home, which is locally known for its decorative Queen Anne woodwork and trimmings.


The Pritchard House was purchased for preservation by Brevard County in May 2005.
North Brevard Heritage Foundation - Pritchard House
Pritchard House 1999

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