610 Granada Street ,
Palma Ceia Map

1919 2010

1919 2010


Besides some new columns and lots trees and bushes, this lovely home has changed little over the years.

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All prints, 11x14 and smaller, come with a decorative white mat. Unless otherwise specified, the historic photo and modern photo are printed on the same sheet of photographic paper. If you would like your photo framed or printed in a size not listed, please feel free to contact me.
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Photo Credits

Historic photograph Courtesy of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System

Modern photograph by Bryan Weinstein

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  1. Perry Foreman says:

    I have tried to keep the house identical without to many changes. Love living here! I read where you can paint a house “Pink” if you live a block from the water – so, there you have it! It’s PINK!

  2. Bryan says:

    You have done an excellent job with your house! Besides, I like the pink color of your home. It sets it apart from the other houses in your area.

  3. Perry Foreman says:

    Thank you so very much Bryan – it’s a labor of love – keeping up with a house that’s 101 years old – keeps you busy!

  4. Anthony says:

    hi…good job & thanks for keeping the historic image of this home as close to original. What happened to the sloped 4 sided columns on porch? I don’t know what they’re called, but typical on many bungalow styled homes.

  5. Perry Foreman says:

    We had to replace the original columns because of rot and previous termites damage. More columns had to be added to shore up the upper part of the porch. She needs a new paint job again. Same color – neighbors like it.

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