House of Refuge

The House of Refuge is a short walk from Beach Houses in Paradise and is Martin county's oldest structure. Built in 1876 by the US Treasury department and decommissioned in April 1945 as a Coast Guard Station, the house has a rich history of providing haven for shipwreck survivors and sailors, and for scanning for German U-boats during World War II. The historic site now features guided tours and a Museum. House of Refuge also serves as a popular location for wedding, corporate, and special events. 

Beach Houses In Paradise

713 SE MacArthur Blvd, Stuart, FL 34996

(800) 654-3406

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Beach Houses In Paradise

713 SE MacArthur Blvd, Stuart, FL 34996

(800) 654-3406

Legal notice: The number of bedrooms for our home listings may vary from data presented in conventional real-estate listings, and data on file with respect to each home's original construction. Extra sleep rooms may be based on wall beds, sofa beds, lofts and/or other non-permanent fixtures. The number of bathrooms may also differ, based on the installation of outdoor showers, pet-washing facilities & similar amenities.