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This historic Hallandale Beach home was built by Frank and Rosina Curci in 1924. "Villa Providence" was constructed of concrete-filled terra-cotta block walls with Dade pine floors and imported Cuban tile details throughout. The most extraordinary feature was the array of imported Italian color glass that was imbedded in the exterior stucco finish. The glass sparkled in the sunlight and glowed in the moonlight. The house withstood the Great Hurricane of 1926 and sheltered dozens of nearby residents whose homes were damaged and destroyed. The home was obtained and rehabilitated by the City in 2007 and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 24, 2014.
For more information about the Curci House and other historic sites in Hallandale Beach, please visit: Historic Sites
For more information on rentals, please visit: Curci Rentals.
You can be a part of this historic Hallandale Beach home by purchasing a memorial brick that will be installed on the grounds. For an application, click here.