Dorr House

Dorr House in Historic Pensacola Village

311 S. Adams St., Pensacola, Florida 32502

The Dorr house was built by Clara Barkley Dorr in 1871 during a time of economic prosperity in Pensacola. This prosperity was partly the result of a thriving lumbering industry. Currently interpreted as a Victorian era family home in Pensacola after the Civil War, the home is an example of Greek Revival architecture in west Florida. The house, included in the guided tour of Historic Pensacola, is the best-preserved example of post-Civil War Classical Revival architecture in Pensacola’s historic district.