c. 1900 Queen Anne – Pensacola, FL

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Added to OHD on 1/19/17   -   Last OHD Update: 10/31/19   -   6 Comments

903 N Spring St, Pensacola, FL 32501

  • $274,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 3984 Sq Ft
  • 0.25 Ac.
North Hill ~ In The National History Registry! This Victorian beauty was once a lovely bed and breakfast but can easily be returned to a single family residence if you so desire. Home features all the charm from the turn of the century with hardwood flooring, original millwork with incredible detail, stained glass windows, pocket doors, original multiple fireplaces and built-ins throughout. Home is currently in bed and breakfast floorplan with owner's bedroom and 3 separate suits with a living area, bedroom, bath and kitchen. 3rd story could be another bedroom/ loft, bonus room or additional storage. Inside the turret is another bonus area! This magnificent home is a time capsule that has to be seen in order to believe.
Contact Information
Ranae Stewart, EXIT Realty,
(850) 475-0077


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6 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Pensacola, FL

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  1. says: 182 comments

    Beautiful, inside and out.

  2. says: 182 comments

    This neighborhood has some very interesting old Victorian Houses. Please
    take a look on Google Maps.

  3. Lissie says: 270 comments

    The exterior looks a little off maybe it’s the angle of the photo. Interior is lovely.

  4. JimHJimH says: 4929 comments
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    The house was built for William Johnson Forbes (1862-1938), the son of an Alabama physician, part of an extended founding family of Pensacola involved in trade (including slaves) from around 1800. W. J. Forbes was cashier of the largest bank in the region at age 20, and was a prominent business figure in Pensacola for 50 years.
    Forbes lived here until the 1920’s with his wife Ina Mabel, their 2 children, his mother Sarah and other family members.

  5. pamibachpamibach says: 125 comments

    ooohhh! this would be a fun rehab!

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