Structure in general
- In 1973, the house was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
- A new roof was completed in 1996 and meets current hurricane specifications.
- This structure is built of Dade County pine and is an excellent example of Florida vernacular architecture.
- Built as a trading post in 1901, it later evolved into the post office, community center and town hall of Fort Lauderdale.
- In 1906 the house became the Stranahan's personal residence and remained so until Ivy Stranahan's death in 1971.
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