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The Walker House is a local glimpse at National history. A patriotic tapestry, equal parts pop culture and anti-government protest, the reflecting Grover Walker's 30 year battle with the US government. In bold swaths of red white and blue, the house itself, is a living canvas that documents the story of Mr. Grover Walker, his inalienable rights of freedom of expression and his lifelong fight for what is right. The Walker family’s home is a must see for adventurous sightseers interested in the colorful side of local history.


  • For more than two decades, the Winter Park home of the Walkers was virtually a shrine for upside-down U.S. flags. The house even was painted as an upside-down flag in 1978.
  • Mr.  Walker Sr. outside his home
  • WALKER, GROVER CLEVELAND 
MAJ   US AIR FORCE 
WORLD WAR II, KOREA 
DATE OF BIRTH: 11/14/1921 
DATE OF DEATH: 07/28/2005 
BURIED AT: SECTION 60  SITE 2482 
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY












Built in 1957 this 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home occupies 1461 sqft in quaint Winter, Park, Florida. Bought in 1966 by Grover and Jean Walker this unique, one- story, single- family home located on Tyree Lane, just South of Aloma Ave., in Winter Park, Florida.