Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places since 1982.
The Quina House
The earliest documented date of the Quina House is 1821 but the existence may go back as early as 1810 due to the absence of Spanish records of the period. However, the documented date of 1821 still makes it the oldest structure in Pensacola, Florida that is still located on its original site.
Typical of Spanish buildings of the 1800-1820 period, the one-and-a-half story structure was built of local pine, cyprus, and oak resting on brick piers. Originally there was a separate structure for the kitchen but it was later rotated and attached to the rest of the home in 1920.
Inside the the home are pieces of furniture dating from 1790 through the 1880's