This 1906 2 story frame house was built along the St. Lucie River in Stuart, Florida. The accompanying office/studio was built in the 1970’s. The 3000 square foot main residence is constructed of Dade County pine framing, with cypress sheathing and singles, and the built in cabinetry of teakwood. The main house measures overall 49’ X 80’ and weighs 112 tons. 7 ½ feet of the side porch had to be removed to facilitate the 50’ width of the St. Lucie Lock in the Okeechobee Waterway. The office/studio measures overall 40’ X 40’ and weighs 50 tons. These homes were relocated for Michael Burdette.