Pioneer Village – Osceola County Part I

A collection of authentic Structure which once stood in different areas of Osceola County…

Lanier “Cracker House”

Built in 1889 by the Lanier family, prominent ranchers in Osceola County. The Cracker House, an early-American form of architecture, is defined by the center breezeway which creates a natural air conditioner for the home.

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Filed under Florida, Orlando, Places..., summer 2012

4 responses to “Pioneer Village – Osceola County Part I

  1. such great captures friend. i think you are like me, and what we call “an old soul”.

  2. Oh Aziza! These photos of Pioneer Village are incredible. Makes me want to go right now to see it for myself. So warm and homey, all of them.

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