Image of a late 1800s North Florida home built from bricks made of concrete and local shells ([link]
). Although lovingly referred to as "The Tabby House" by the owners and local residents, the building materials are not, strictly speaking, Tabby, which is a mixture of lime, sand, water, and crushed oyster shells ([link]
). This house is listed on the US National Historic Register and is a wonderful example of Victorian architecture.
FileName: Fernandina Beach Houses - 01142013 - 00018