Avera-Clarke House Bed and Breakfast

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This house, now operating as a bed and breakfast, was built in 1890 by Thomas Clarke, a lawyer, judge and civil war veteran. It is said that his ghost is often seen roaming the house – he appears particularly often to guests staying in the Queen Anne Room.

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580 W Washington St
Monticello, FL 32344
United States

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30.545411360501095, -83.87413175463104
Jefferson County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Monticello, FL (0.2 mi.)
Aucilla, FL (8.4 mi.)
Lloyd, FL (10.0 mi.)
Waukeenah, FL (10.4 mi.)
Lamont, FL (12.2 mi.)
Wacissa, FL (14.6 mi.)
Greenville, FL (15.4 mi.)
Boston, GA (17.7 mi.)
Thomasville, GA (21.1 mi.)
Quitman, GA (25.0 mi.)

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