Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Property #35 DeMesa Sanchez House, 43 St. George Street
Title: City of St. Augustine commercial lease form
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 Material Information
Title: City of St. Augustine commercial lease form
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Property #35 DeMesa Sanchez House, 43 St. George Street
Physical Description: Financial/tax record
Language: English
Publication Date: 1998
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
43 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
de Mesa-Sanchez House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 43 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.896429 x -81.313225
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091265
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution.
Resource Identifier: B7-L6

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CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION & HERITAGE TOURISM
Commercial Lease


DEMESA SANCHEZ HOUSE 43 St. George Street Block 7, Lot 6
Interpretive Use 8SJ2520











Drywood Termites D-006142 $171
Yes .Subterranean Termites D-005121 $70
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CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION & HERITAGE TOURISM


Commercial Lease


86909-01544


Village Key & Alarm 441 S. R. 16
St. Augustine, FL 32095


904-794-0218


P. 0. #4500085168
Invoice #972326


Monitoring Amount Per Month $20.00
Maintenance Amount Per Month $9.50


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CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION & HERITAGE TOURISM
Commercial Lease




DEMESA-SANCHEZ HOUSE: Two story masonry construction hand split shingled roof. Purchased by the Board from St. Augustine Restoration Foundation in 1977.
Resotred by the Board in 1980.

DESCRIPTION: This is a large L-shaped, two story coquina masonry structure with masonry gable ends. A part of the building dates to about 1764. It was restored to its ca. 1830
appearance by the Board in 1978-80 with federal and state grant funds. The house has wood floors throughout, with the exception of concrete tabby in
the small east addition. The walls and ceilings are plastered. A wooden balcony overhangs St. George Street. The roof is covered with wood shingles.
The structure contains architectural elements from the First Spanish, British, Second Spanish, and American Teritoria Periods. There are separate HVAC systems
for both floors and one toilet on the second floor. The electric service is adequate for current use.

DATE ACQUIRED: 1977, restored 1978-80.
ACQUIRED BY: Gift from the St. Augustine Restoration Foundation
DEED RESTRICTIONS: Conveyance from public trust and may be restricted as a result of that and the generous use of federal and state restoration grants.


MECHANICAL: Central heat and air.
WIRING: Adequate
PLUMBING: One restroom.

MAINTENANCE NEEDS: No immediate maintenance needs.

CONDITION: Good. There is some minor roof leakage and other general maintenance needs to woodwork.

LIFE SAFETY ISSUES: None

ADA COMPLIANCE STATUS: Funding requested for programming funds to provide alternative interpretation of the second floor to those unable to walk up the stairs.
The first floor is accessible, the second is not. ADA accessibility to the second floor will compromise the historic integrity of the building.

ESTIMATED COST TO MEET CITY STANDARD: $2,000, not including cost to bring second floor into ADA compliance.

PRESENT USE: Interpretive structure.

CONSIDERATIONS: An interpretive plan for this structure, along with the other Spanish Quarter Interpretive structures south of the Greek Shrine, is presently
being developed that will utilize the DeMesa-Sanchez House to interpret the changes in the house and in St. Augustine as the house was added
during the British Period, the Second Spanish Period and the Territorial Period.


HISTORICAL RESOURCES GRANTS-IN-AID AWARDED TO CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE ON 09/97 A TOTAL OF $450,000.

Grand Funds: $2,000 Assessed Value: $191,990


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