A beautiful Victorian-era boarding house with a checkered past. Visitors report doors opening and closing on their own, and numerous other odd little occurrences.
Also known as the Sidney Johnston Catts House (Florida’s 22nd governor, who lived there at one time), this home has been on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places since May 7, 1979.
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- 606 Live Oak Ave W
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435
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- 30.71981848123104, -86.12162536373944
- Walton County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- DeFuniak Springs, FL (0.4 mi.)
Ponce de Leon, FL (10.9 mi.)
Freeport, FL (15.3 mi.)
Westville, FL (16.5 mi.)
Caryville, FL (18.6 mi.)
Paxton, FL (21.2 mi.)
Florala, AL (23.2 mi.)
Ebro, FL (23.9 mi.)
Lockhart, AL (24.2 mi.)
Vernon, FL (25.2 mi.)
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