JOHN + JOSEPHINE TAYLOR

In the year 1914 (the same year the town of Stuart, FL was first incorporated), Josephine Kitching and her soon-to-be husband John were gifted a home on Atlanta Ave by her parents Walter and Emma Kitching. Adjacent to her parent’s home (which was built in the early 1890s on the St. Lucie River where it still stands today), this ‘bridal bungalow’ would come to be the location for not only Josephine & John’s wedding but also their family home where many they would come to create many fond memories together.

Fast forward to present day and this charming bungalow is still a place where joy and love abound. At Rose & Rebecca’s, we are passionate about curating unique events that allow you to lose yourself in the moment and experience something worth remembering; we believe that 206 SW Atlanta Ave was and always will be a place to create special, lasting memories.

OUR LAND
Our gorgeous Belvedere Bungalow, holding over 100 years of memories and charm sits upon land with a rich history.

In the late 1800s, Walter Kitching moved to the area in pursuit of a new life in America with the hope of prosperity in this uncharted territory. Walter would become one of the most influential entrepreneurs in establishing our region and ultimately putting Stuart, FL on the map.

He purchased the land our bungalow sits on in 1883 where he would build his dream home with his wife (which still stand today to the left of us) and utilize the rest of the property to grow exotic trees and pineapples.

Our goal is to continue on with the entrepreneurial spirit by establishing a venue that brings warmth and memories to all those who will pass through.

Our gorgeous Belvedere Bungalow, holding over 100 years of memories and charm sits upon land with a rich history.

In the late 1800s, Walter Kitching moved to the area in pursuit of a new life in America with the hope of prosperity in this uncharted territory. Walter would become one of the most influential entrepreneurs in establishing our region and ultimately putting Stuart, FL on the map.

He purchased the land our bungalow sits on in 1883 where he would build his dream home with his wife (which still stand today to the left of us) and utilize the rest of the property to grow exotic trees and pineapples.

Our goal is to continue on with the entrepreneurial spirit by establishing a venue that brings warmth and memories to all those who will pass through.

Our Land

 

 Josephine with her Dad, Walter Kitching