Built in 1903, the Stambaugh Cottage still has not yet found a home. It was said to have belonged to Henry Flagler's engineer who worked on plans to dredge the Lake Worth Inlet and created Peanut Island. Plans to move it there did not work out. Also mentioned was the thought to move it to Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds.
The house is currently floating, empty, on a barge in the Riviera Beach Municipal Marina. It had been lifted off its foundation to make way for new construction.
The Stambaughs have given the keys and ownership to a contractor who plans to do about $100,000 in restorations and is looking for a property in West Palm Beach to put the house on.
Originally built in 1935, this lovely home in the
Marina Historic District has been restored
with over $500,000
Beautiful gardens, walkway, fenced for privacy
Kitchen is 16'x10' with 20'x10' dining area
includes cook island and pantry
Dining Room is 12'x11'
3 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2004 living sq ft
Master Bedroom is 18'x18'
GREAT LOCATION - 2 blocks to
Atlantic Avenue with a large collection of
chic eateries and many artsy craftsy shops,
a musuem, Arts Garage, Crest Theater
and more to explore.
Short walk to the world famous Delray Beach pristine white sandy beach.
COVERED PATIO & OPEN PATIO
If you would like to see this completely remodeled home
call Marilyn at 561-302-3388 for a showing