East Self-Guided Walking Tour
- A = Former Location of Longwood Train Depot
Start between the railroad tracks and the commercial block and picture the ramp of the old wooden train station.
- B = Henck/Tinker Building
Along the highway is the business block on the southeast side of the intersection of Church Ave and Ronald Reagan Blvd.
- C = Old Post Office Building
Across Church Ave on the eastern side of the block, the small one-story section is the former post office.
- D = Payne Building
Connected to the post office, the two-story section was added by the Payne family in 1920. They lived on the second floor.
- E = Clock Tower Park
Carefully cross the highway, the northwest to the northwest corner of the intersection.
- F = Tucker House
Walk north and then take a short jaunt down Jessup Avenue.
- G = Jackson House
Head back toward the main road and then head north, cross Florida Ave and then a short sidewalk leads you to Freeman St.
- H = Entzminger Garage Apartment
Just a hundred feet down Magnolia Ave, we find our next stop on the left.
- I = Old Dixie Highway
Return to Freeman St and then look down to the middle cut-out section of the road at your feet.
- J = Fitch House
The northwest corner of Magnolia and Freeman we find our next stop.
- K = Henck House
The next house up Freeman is the house of the town’s founder.
- L = McGaughey House
Continue north to the intersection of Freeman and Palmetto, you’ll find our next stop on the north side of that intersection.
- M = Florida Midland Railroad
Return back south the way you came, but this time stop and notice Florida Avenue heading west from the highway.