Yesterday, today, tomorrow: historic home in full bloom comes full circle


The home at 1993 Largo Road stands the test of time, with grace and elegance.


What began as a 216-acre Spanish land grant in 1793, as a unique parcel, was later transferred to the Craig and Hendricks families and was then passed down through generations until it was sold as residential parcels after the Civil War.

In 1921, Telfair Stockton, bought 80 acres of land north of the Mitchell estate for a new San Marco subdivision and business center. The street names and business district were inspired by the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy.


Step inside 1993 Largo Road and experience a beautiful historic San Marco home that has been well loved, well lived and lovingly cared for through the years.

Just steps away from the vibrant shops and restaurants of San Marco Square, this historic home, built in 1938, emanates a rich sense of history and charm, evident from its inviting exterior to its well-appointed interiors.

Original hardwood floors grace the entirety of the home, with recently refinished upstairs flooring. The main floor boasts spacious living areas, an office, bonus room, guest bedroom and full bathroom, while upstairs, one finds the primary bedroom, two additional guest bedrooms and two full bathrooms.

An attached two-car garage and a sizable driveway offer ample parking.

Nestled on an expansive quarter-acre lot, there's plenty of potential for adding a pool and creating a backyard sanctuary. Just a brief stroll away to Taverna, Starbucks, Oceana, Maple Street, a newly built Publix, among others, makes everyday conveniences easily accessible.

This is a charming community, adorned with majestic trees and scenic parks with proximity to downtown, Riverside and beautiful beaches!


The historic homes of San Marco continue to attract residents from young and old for its charm, its walkable neighborhoods, its riverfront mansions, eclectic architecture, chic bistros, trendy bars, boutique shops and convenience to downtown Jacksonville and its beautiful beaches.

— Janet Westling