The Historic Peña-Peck House
Built circa 1750 for Royal Spanish Treasurer Juan Estevan de Peña, and occupied by the Peck family descendants until 1931, the Peña-Peck House is among the oldest colonial buildings in St. Augustine.
Peck’s granddaughter, Anna Gardner Burt, the last owner, died in 1931 and left her house, furnishings, priceless antiques and artwork in a trust to the city. She was explicit in her will that it be “maintained as an example of the old ante-bellum homes of the South.”
The Peña-Peck House garden is ready for your next special event! Nestled in the heart of downtown St. Augustine, the Peña-Peck House garden beckons you to come and celebrate your wedding day, bridal shower or wedding reception. The Woman’s Exchange of St. Augustine would love to host you and your guests.
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