Check Out Pippi Longstocking’s House for Sale in Florida’s Beautiful Fernandina Beach
212 Estrada Street, Fernandina Beach, Florida
As the Amelia Island History Museum explained to the , the house, which falls somewhere between Victorian and Italianate in style, is known for having a “wider variety of gingerbread motifs, such as sunbursts, fish scales, clovers, brackets, globes, scallops, circles, diamonds and Maltese crosses, than any other in Fernandina Beach.”
You’ll find quirky flashes of stained glass—like the panels on the front door—throughout the house.
It could use a fresh paint job, but the original heart pine floors, pocket doors and floor-to-ceiling built-ins are as beautiful as ever.
A number of the home’s rooms feature stunning bay windows.
The kitchen was updated by the home's most recent owners.
Guess what you’ll find at the top of the staircase? Surprise… more stained glass!
Like most of the rest of the house, its plethora of oversize windows date back to the late 19th century.
You’ll find even more bay windows upstairs.
The home has three bathrooms, including this second-floor one featuring a beautiful peacock window.
It doesn’t matter where you’re standing, this unique home’s soaring copper widow’s walk is hard to miss.