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George E. Nolan House

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::  George E. Nolan House
1548 Brickell Avenue
Year Built: 1925
Architect/Builder: J. C. Gault/Jack Denman
Date Designated: 1997

b. One of the few surviving buildings from Miami's first “Millionaire's Row,” the Nolan House was at the center of the city's social and cultural swirl for decades. Architect J.C. Gault designed the 14-room, Neo-Classical style house for banker George E. Nolan, whose Georgia-born wife wanted "a big Southern colonial home." The Nolan House is particularly noteworthy for its two-story portico supported by massive Corinthian columns. Nolan's descendants occupied the family home until the 1990s.

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