Contrary to previously announced plans to develop the historic downtown Stuart property into a hotel and marina, the owners of the Owl House have put the 104-year-old home on the market for $2.9 million. The couple bought the one-acre property on the St. Lucie River last year at a public auction for $1.7 million. The parcel includes the 2,750-square-foot home, named for its eaves which resemble owl ears, and a similar guest house which is a smaller version of the main building.
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