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Haile Plantation House, 8500 Southwest Archer Road (State Route 24), Gainesville, Alachua County, FL

Haile Plantation House, 8500 Southwest Archer Road (State Route 24), Gainesville, Alachua County, FL

 
 
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Significance: The Haile Plantation House, originally known as Kanapaha, is one of the few examples of mid-19th century plantation houses in north central Florida. Owned continuously by the Haile family since its construction, the building stands essentially unaltered; plumbing and electricity were never introduced into the structure. The family moved out around the turn of the century and the house became a family retreat, hunting lodge, and party house.
Survey number: HABS FL-464

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Shepard, Herscel, faculty sponsor
Tate, Susan, faculty sponsor
University of Florida, sponsor
Bellamy, John, delineator
Gonzalez, Sergio, delineator
Marsh, E J, delineator
Urda, Alan, delineator
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alachua county29.56634, -82.47500
Google Map of 29.5663433, -82.4750036
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