Spring Street

Spring Street was named for a small freshwater spring named “Washerwoman Creek” that used to run through what is now downtown Pensacola.

Tour Spring Street

The properties below are listed from north to south on Spring. Select one of the pictured properties to learn more about it.

Between Blount and Lee

West Side of Spring Between Blount and Lee

1403 N. Spring Street

1403 N. Spring Street

Between Lee and Lloyd

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Spring between Lee and Lloyd.

Between Lloyd and Brainerd

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Baylen between Lloyd and Brainerd.

Between Brainerd and Gonzales

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Spring between Brainerd and Gonzales.

Between Gonzales and De Soto

East Side of Spring Between Gonzales and De Soto

1022 N. Spring

West Side of Spring Between Gonzales and De Soto

Historic O.H. Smith House - Built 1910

1023 N. Spring Street

Between De Soto and Strong

909 N. Spring

Between Strong and Cervantes

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Spring between Strong and Cervantes.

Between Cervantes and Gadsden

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Spring between Cervantes and Gadsden.

Between Gadsden and Jackson

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Spring between Gadsden and Jackson.

Between Jackson and La Rua

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Spring between Jackson and La Rua.

Between La Rua and Belmont

To be developed: Currently we have no digital information on properties located on Spring between La Rua and Belmont.

Belmont

On Spring, the North Hill Preservation District ends at Belmont Street.

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