Below is the Villa Zoryada. Built in 1883, it is one of the earlier examples of poured concrete construction.
The school house below is thought to be the oldest wooden schoolhouse in the USA. It was built sometime between 1702 (when all the buildings in St Augusting were burned by the British) and 1716 (when it appears on the tax records.)
The the González-Alvarez House, below, is the oldest surviving Spanish Colonial dwelling in Florida. The site has been occupied since the 1600s and the present house dates to the early 1700s. The first floor is from the Spanish period and the second floor is from the English period, a feature shared by a number of old houses we saw.