Florida's History Through Its Places
Moore Haven MOORE HAVEN DOWNTOWN HISTORIC DISTRICT 3—99 Avenue J., 100 First Street, and Lone Cypress Park. Masonry vernacular. Seven contributing buildings, and Lone Cypress Park, the only contributing site. Designed by architect Frederick Gram, the buildings within the district housed important early businesses such as the post office, a bank, offices, stores, apartments, and a service station. The buildings are modest yet functional, erected during Moore Haven’s major period of development, 1915-1926. Private. NR 1995.
Moore Haven MOORE HAVEN RESIDENTIAL HISTORIC DISTRICT Roughly bounded by Avenue J to Avenue M and 1st to 5th Streets. 40 contributing properties, 12 non-contributing properties. The Moore Haven Residential Historic District is located within the boundaries of the original 1916 plat of the Town of Moore Haven. The contributing buildings, constructed between 1917 and 1940, consist of residences and a lodge building. The structures are primarily one-story vernacular residences, with a few bungalows that have Craftsman design features. Private. NR 1998.