During the early decades of the twentieth century, many of Titusville’s civic leaders and prominent businessmen constructed residences along the western bank of the Indian River to take advantage of the sea breezes and in some cases to build private docks to give access to the waterway. The architectural styles vary widely, ranging from modest frame vernacular and bungalow, to more elaborate Queen Anne, Georgian, Colonial, and Spanish Revival. A leisurely stroll down Indian River Ave. and Riverside Dr. can allow you to view these architectural gems.
This tour can be made completely on foot (just under 2 miles round trip) or can be done in segments, parking and walking to view the houses listed below. Please note that all these homes are privately owned. Some are known by the names of their original owners; others are identified by their address.