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The Pena-Peck House is a historic house museum in St. Augustine, Florida. It takes guests back in time, showcasing the life and times of the Peck family, who were the last owners of the historic property.

The Pena-Peck House traces its roots back to the mid-1700s, when it was first constructed under the order of the King of Spain. Around the year 1750, the building was began and completed, designed to serve as a residence for his royal Treasurer, Juan Esteban de Pena. It is currently considered as one of the finest surviving First Spanish Period home in the city of St. Augustine.

From the time of the Spanish Royal Treasurer, the Pena Peck House also served other purposes, including the home of Dr. John Moultrie and then the home of the Peck family. The historic house museum is packed with furnishings from the Pecks.
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