The Saxon Manor is located in historical Brooksville, Florida. It sits on the top of a hill nestled on 10 gorgeous acres. On November 5, 1998, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The Saxon Manor is one of the earliest examples of Frame Vernacular architecture with Queen Anne Revival influence in Hernando County. The home was built by Frank Saxon in 1876 for his new bride Tululu Hope. The home has 7 huge rooms and lovey wrap around porches. Mr. Saxon was a Civil War hero who was a member of the Hernando Wild Cats, a unit of the 3rd Regiment of the Confederate Army. After the war, Frank Saxon served as a member of the Florida Legislature representing Hernando County. The house is in an extreme state of disrepair with windows, doors, and parts of the roof missing, but was recently purchased by a Florida couple, who along with family and friends, have vowed to restore this beauty to her original glory! Much work has already been done, however there is a long road ahead... weddings, showers, events, meetings, photo shoots ,and any special event.