Filed Under Architecture

Robbins House

Built: c. 1901
Style: Dutch Colonial Revival

George Robbins served as superintendent of the Mexican Central Railway for two years. He returned to the U.S. and attended law school. Following graduation, he moved to Florida and was admitted to the Bar in 1886. His familiarity with the railroad industry and his prowess as an attorney attracted the attention of railroad mogul, Henry Flagler, who later retained his services.

Images

Robbins House c. 1901 Source: Photo: Coherit Associates
View of the Robbins House from the Indian River Source: North Brevard Historical Society and Museum

Location

703 Indian River Ave. Titusville FL | Privately owned

Metadata

“Robbins House,” Explore Historic Titusville FL, accessed December 3, 2022, http://history.titusville.com/items/show/44.