St. Augustine’s Most Threatened Historic Places: 2004

Clark-Worley House

Threatened Structures

St. Benedict the Moor School

Villa Rosa

Echo House

Clark -Worley House

Knights of Columbus Hall

Threatened Features

La Punta Community
Mission Archeological Site 

The City’s Brick Streets

The City’s Civil Rights

Ponce de Leon Golf Course

Threatened Districts

Lincolnville National
Register District

The Block Bounded by Genoply and Alfred Streets

Located at 212 West King Street, this towered landmark forms the architectural entryway to the historic West Augustine neighborhood. Built in the 1880s for a pioneer railroad man, it was enlarged with an added tower a century ago and became the house of a prominent physician. The current owner’s application to tear it down was denied for a one year waiting period to determine if there was local interest in saving structure. To date no one has stepped forward to help save it and its survival is in question.