Joseph Wesley Young House - Zeller Residence

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This was the home of Hollywood’s very first mayor, Joseph Wesley Young. Built in 1925, it boasts 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms – and possibly one ghost. There are claims that Joseph Young never left his beloved mansion.

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1055 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, FL
United States

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26.012286, -80.12765200000001
Broward County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Hollywood, FL (1.4 mi.)
Hallandale Beach, FL (2.5 mi.)
Dania Beach, FL (2.9 mi.)
Golden Beach, FL (3.3 mi.)
Pembroke Park, FL (3.4 mi.)
Aventura, FL (3.9 mi.)
Lake Forest, FL (4.2 mi.)
Sunny Isles Beach, FL (4.3 mi.)
Carver Ranches, FL (4.3 mi.)
Ives Estates, FL (4.6 mi.)


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  1. My family and I spent a lot of time in this house in the early 90s when it was for sale . There is definitely a ghost present ( a good ghost) with a sense of humor. Ringing the doorbell and turning on the radio

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