The Charles B. Anderson house was built in 1938 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. Located on the Centennial Park Campus, the home stood vacant and had fallen into disrepair; and as it was no longer safe for occupation, it was identified for demolition. To contribute to the preservation of the Anderson legacy, Pasco County has commissioned the below 3D model and Virtual Reality (VR) tour, a historical narrative, and an education exhibit located within the Centennial Park Branch library. Additionally, the Anderson Family Park will be established at the former location of the home.
Read an extended historical narrative of the Anderson family’s move to Elfers area, and Charles B. Anderson’s impact on the Florida citrus industry. Also, explore a gallery of photographs and documents provided by the Anderson and Kuenzi families or found through archival research.
View the artist mock-ups of the interpretive exhibit that was designed for installation in the Centennial Park Branch Library.
View the additional documents commissioned by Pasco County to comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.