Longwood’s Historic District encompasses roughly 190 acres and has 37 contributing structures.
It became part of the National Register of Historic Places in October 1990. The District, the heart and soul
of the city, is well hidden near the intersection of State Road 434 and County Road 427.
Describing this area as “quaint” would be a major understatement. In addition to the Longwood Hotel,
the Historic District boasts a handful of historic structures, including the 1873 Inside Outside House (now
home to a small business called Culinary Cottage), the 1879 Christ Episcopal Church and the 1885
Bradlee-McIntyre House, a former winter cottage and fine example of Queen Anne-style architecture.
The Historic District also contains City Hall and a number of city administration buildings, as well as a
new 10,000-square-foot, $1.4-million Community Building. In addition, a couple of specialty stores and
boutiques can be found here.
One of the major goals of city officials is to attract more residents and visitors to this charming area.
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