The Llambias House is one of the oldest remaining structures from the first Spanish Colonial period (1513-1763) in Florida. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1970, the house is a good example of the St. Augustine architectural style developed between 1700-1763 to withstand the climate; the house also reflects the Spanish as well as English elements. A historical marker is located along the outside wall for visitors to read about the house. The gardens behind the house is often used as a wedding site. The house is managed by the St. Augustine Historical Society.
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