Winchester Symphony House

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Winchester Symphony House
Winchester Symphony House Front 1.jpg
General information
Type Wood
Architectural style Florida Cracker[1]
Location 1500 Highland Avenue
Melbourne, Florida
Coordinates 28°07′53″N 80°37′40″W / 28.13128°N 80.6278°W / 28.13128; -80.6278Coordinates: 28°07′53″N 80°37′40″W / 28.13128°N 80.6278°W / 28.13128; -80.6278
Construction started 1886[2]
Technical details
Floor count 2

Winchester Symphony House is a historic home located in the Eau Gallie-section of Melbourne, Florida. The house was built in 1886.[3] William Treutler, director of the State Bank of Eau Gallie and hotel proprietor in Eau Gallie, built the house.[1][4] Brevard County and the State of Florida list this building as a historic site.[2] Currently, the house serves as the headquarters for the administrative staff of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra.[2][3]


  1. ^ a b Brevard County Historical Commission. Historic Brevard: Your Guide to Historic Landmarks in Brevard County (2006), p. 20.
  2. ^ a b c Brevard Symphony Orchestra. "History of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra", Brevard Symphony Orchestra website. Retrieved on November 29, 2011.
  3. ^ a b Marcum, Dianne (2007). Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach & Florida's Space Coast: Great Destinations. Countryman Press. pp. 81 & 94. ISBN 978-1-58157-079-3. 
  4. ^ Shofner, Jerrell H. History of Brevard County, Volume 2 (Stuart, FL, 1996), pp. 132-133.