Historic Panama City Florida home renovations total

PANAMA Metropolis — For Louise Crawford, it means the environment to see a area group renovate the home her grandparents created — one that became a element of Panama City’s record.

“I feel that Bay County has dropped so substantially around the final few decades that I’m grateful this portion of Panama City’s background has been restored,” she said.

Bethany Boggs, manager of the Sapp House, walks through the kitchen, which has been completely renovated during the past nine months.

Found in close proximity to the intersection of East Third Street and McKenzie Avenue sits the Sapp Household, which Crawford claimed her grandparents built in 1916 soon after transferring to the location from Washington County. 

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At the time, her grandfather, Joshua Mercer Sapp, was a nicely-identified attorney who typically hosted gatherings for other nearby lawyers and politicians with the aid of his wife, Ella, she included.