South Walking Tour
This walking tour goes through the southern section of the historic district. It his mostly homes, but also the former schoolhouse and an old cabinet shop. If you just finished the central tour, the south tour begins just one block south!
Estimated distance: 0.75 Miles
Estimated duration: 30-45 minutes
For most convenience park either at the Bradley-McIntyre House itself (limited parking) or across the street in front of the Longwood Inn. Your first stop is the Slade House, on the northwest corner of West Bay Avenue and State Road 427. Be careful crossing all streets!
At each stop, click on the corresponding photo below to pull up detailed information about each stop.
Continue west on Bay and you'll find this home two houses down on your right.
Just across the street, you will find this next stop. It is on the south side, next to the Longwood Community Building. This modern shop is actually two historic buildings that have been combined into one!
Just to the left of the previous stop, is this stunning building at the southwest corner of Warren and Wilma. Although it looks period, it is simply modeled after the era. None the less, it's well worth a look!
1 = Slade House
2 = Le Rue House
3 = 114 West Bay Avenue
4 = Waits House
5 = Old Longwood School
6 = Menick House
7 = Arnett House
8 = 211 West Bay Avenue
9 = 241 West Bay Avenue
10 = 242 West Bay Avenue
11 = Baptist Parsonage
12 = R. S. Entzminger House
13 = Clouser House
14 = Dunbar's Garage/Clouser Cabinet Shop
15 = Longwood Community Building