656 Park Avenue North
Winter Park, FL 32790
Winter Park's Robert Bruce Barbour house, also known as Casa Feliz, was recently added to the National Register of Historical Places. Slated for demolition in 2000, the house, thanks to the efforts of city commissioners, local donors and preservationists, was relocated and authentically restored.
Casa Feliz, a Spanish style masonry farmhouse complete with bell tower, arched doorways, and courtyards,is a prime example of the work of designer James Gable Rogers II, Winter Park's best known architect. For over 60 years, his prolific work helped to define the unique residential character of Winter Park. Rogers is also known as the architect of other Florida landmarks including the Florida State Supreme Court Building in Tallahassee.
The painstakingly refurbished home is now open as a museum on Sundays from 12-3 or by appointment for groups.
Today the public spaces of the house and courtyards, which can be configured in a variety of ways, are available to rent for parties, weddings and corporate events. A professional staff is available to assist with all aspects of planning your event.