The Hoyt Building – c1876

Built in late 1876 as a two story building with a ground floor grocery, the Hoyt Building is located along historic Centre Street in downtown Fernandina Beach. It was rebuilt after a minor fire in 1901 adding a third story. It is a vibrant part of this beautiful Victorian seaport town to this day.

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The Hoyt Building c1876 – Centre Street, Fernandina Beach

Beautiful Victorian details have been preserved into “modern” Fernandina.

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Images 1 and 2 above taken with Fujifilm X-A10 and Canon FD 24mm f2.8 lens

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Fujica GW690 on Neopan Acros 100 film

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Hoyt Building (far left) as seen in this late 1960s early 1970s image

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The Hoyt Building (far left) shortly after adding the third story in 1901

Hope you enjoyed our little tour of this lovely town that time passed by.

Chris and Carol ^.^

2 thoughts on “The Hoyt Building – c1876

    1. Thanks! We are so lucky to be able to call this lovely place home. Our little Victorian Seaport is pretty unique for Florida – “progress” skipped us in the late 19th century and so we are what we were… and that’s pretty cool!
      Chris ^.^

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