The Historic Pritchard House is an example of Queen Anne architecture; it was built for Capitan James Pritchard in 1891. The variety of materials used on the exterior and elaborate use of shapes and textures produced a highly picturesque effect. Pritchard family descendants lived in the house until it was purchased by Brevard county in 2005.
The North Brevard Heritage Foundation assisted the county in restoring the house and oversees its operation as a house museum. The house was painted using historic colors. Gardens recognizing several of Titusville’s founding families have been designed to accentuate the beauty of the house and provide charming spaces for gatherings and celebrations.
Tours of the house are available by reservation. Please call 321-607-0203 to schedule a tour.
Grand Opening & Award
The North Brevard Heritage Foundation held the grand opening of the Historic Pritchard House on May 1st 2011 and on May 24th, The Florida Trust awarded the Pritchard House Restoration an Outstanding Achievement Award.
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