When Edwin H. Knapp, one of the founding fathers of Tarpon Springs, decided to build a home for his family, no ordinary structure would do. The Crescent Place, Knapp’s Victorian-style home built in 1885, is now a historical landmark.
Original woodwork can be found throughout the interior and the exterior of the home, and the craftsmanship behind these architectural details is some of the finest to be found today. While staying true to its grand style, this home also boasts many modern-day upgrades.
Ideally located overlooking Tarpon Spring’s famed Spring Bayou, the expansive porch is the perfect place to sip on a glass of lemonade while enjoying the warm Florida breeze.