Historic Preservation

Winter Park is a city recognized for its old Florida sense of place. The unique character of Winter Park is due in part to it historic architecture as reflected in its vibrant downtown, gracious neighborhoods and landmark buildings. The Historic Preservation Division administers the Historic Preservation Ordinance (Chapter 58, Article VIII) and serves as the liaison to the Historic Preservation Board. City staff maintains the Winter Park Register of Historic Places and receives applications for designations to the register, as well as Certificate of Review applications for additions and alterations to historic properties.

Bland & Associates Inc. PowerPoint Presentation (11.14.13)
Bland & Associates Inc. PowerPoint Presentation with talking points (11.14.13)
Historic Resources Survey (October 2013)
Preservation Ordinance Comparison (October 2013)
Bland & Associates Inc. Bibliography (11.14.13)

Historic Preservation Board

National Register

Q & A
Brochure
Results of listing
Photos

National Register Listings

  • Downtown Winter Park Historic District
  • Interlachen Avenue Historic District
  • “Casa Feliz”, The Robert Bruce Barbour House, 656 N. Park Avenue (house museum and event space)
  • Winter Park Country Club and Golf Course 761 Old England Avenue (public course and event space)
  • All Saints Episcopal Church, 338 E. Lyman Avenue
  • Annie Russell Theater, Rollins College Campus
  • Knowles Memorial Chapel, Rollins College Campus
  • Albin Polasek House and Studio, 633 Osceola Avenue (house and art museum, event space)
  • Woman’s Club of Winter Park, 419 S. Interlachen, (clubhouse and event space)
  • “Eastbank”, The Comstock Harris House, 724 Bonita Drive (private residence)
  • “The Palms”, The Edward Hill Brewer House, 240 Trisman Terrace (private residence)