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Osceola County

534 - Kissimmee
Kissimmee COLONIAL ESTATE 2450 Old Dixie Hwy. 1916. Frame Classical Revival. 2 and a half stories. Portico has colossal Ionic columns that support a full entablature. Constructed for J. Wade Tucker, a leading businessman. Private. N.R. 1994.

535 - Kissimmee
Kissimmee OLD HOLY REDEEMER CATHOLIC CHURCH 120 N. Sproule Ave. 1912. Gothic Revival. George A. Ledvina, architect. 1 story. Battlemented entrance porch, wall buttresses, stained-glass windows. Originally a Catholic Church. In 1978 sold to First United Methodist Church. Used today by an Hispanic congregation. Private. N.R. 1994.

536 - Kissimmee
Kissimmee OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTHOUSE Emmett, Bryan, Rose, and Vernon Sts. 1886-1890. Romanesque Revival. F.C. Johnson, architect. 3 stories, brick, main facade has central portico, building surmounted by tower. The oldest courthouse in Florida retaining its architectural integrity and continuing to house county government functions. Public. N.R. 1977.

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