Welcome to the J.M. Henry / Malloy Home. This Victorian stick vernacular was built in late 1885 and retains all of the charm of its 19th century origin. The home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a formal dining room, a sitting room, parlor, and two kitchens. View All Rooms
The Ladies Parlor
The Blue Room upstairs
The blue room is part of the family suite upstairs.
The Gold Room Upstairs
The gold room upstairs consists of one king sized bed and a private bathroom with clawfoot tub. Continue Here
Large king bed, private bath, no step up shower.
Peach Room upstairs
Large california king, large private bath.
“Our king room was more than spacious, well decorated and comfortable. The kitchen accommodations were, likewise, as I expected with regards to a continental breakfast, hot coffee, etc. The distance from FSU was not a detriment and while obviously not as convenient as being "down town," we found that we enjoyed our weekend in Monticello.” - Bernie Moyle via VRBO
“I have stayed at this home 3 times now as I have visit the area on business. Home is great spot and close enough to Tallahassee and S. Georgia that it makes business between the cities quite easy. The house is huge and well kept.... everything is there and it is a nice quiet retreat. We have had friends meet us there for weekends and do some bike rides.... very nice.” - Douglas Blalock via VRBO
As seen on Anderson Cooper 360! Owned by Ms. Pat Inmon thisauthentic, elegant circa 1870′s restoration has thirteen rooms. The John Denham house is an early Victorian Mansion built by a Scottish immigrant cotton trader.
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Take a step back in time. Welcome to Monticello Florida, a small North Florida town that will entice you with Southern hospitality so often missing in today's world. Monticello, Florida traces its roots back to 1827, when Jefferson county broke off from Leon, the future State Capital. A true town of the old South with a total citywide population of only 2,700 souls. This is the Florida of rolling hills, live oaks, and dripping, whispy, Spanish moss.
Historically, the City of Monticello has no equal in Northern Florida. Nestled among the tree lined streets of Monticello are many antebellum homes which provide a unique look and feel to the city. Please feel free to enter our image gallery to see over a hundred pictures of the area's homes and buildings.
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525 East High Street Monticello, Florida 32344
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