28.943303,-81.340279 (Google Maps) This is very typical of houses of that era throughout the southeastern United States. My great grandmother's house looked quite similar which is why I made the shot as hers was lost to a great fire about 20 years ago. Many houses of this era had two stories and large, wide open porches with rooms which allowed an easy flow of air through them. It was widely believed, though quite erroneously, mosquitoes wouldn't fly higher than 12 feet, thus all sleeping quarters were on the second floor. It made for a long trip to the outhouse on cold nights.