An old farm homestead about a mile from the Ochlockonee River (area is unavailable), the Langston House is a great example of Florida vernacular architecture in its original setting.
It was built around the turn of the century (circa 1904), although the land has been farmed with the mid-1800s.
The Langston House has provided important clues about the life of Florida's earliest, poorest settlers.
At a Glance
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