As part of my invitation to present at the OXFORD EXCHANGE, the OE family provided me a complimentary guest suite at their new private social club, THE STOVALL HOUSE, located along the historic waterfront estates on Tampa Bay. The experience was simply magnificent. And it’s lovely that my VANISHING CUBA book found a home in such a beautiful residence.
From the moment we arrived, everyone was gracious and complimentary about the book and excited about my stay. We thank The Stovall House and OE for planning such a memorable event.
Built-in 1909, the historic house on the property is one of the oldest and best examples of classical revival architecture in the Tampa Bay area. In 2020, Blake and Tate Casper (owners of OE) purchased the historic Stovall House on Bayshore Boulevard with plans to create an impeccably-designed, historic, membership-only social club on the property that would be the first of its kind in Florida.
Today, The Stovall House is a modern-day social club, offering members opportunities to connect, entertain, work, dine, and relax. The grounds include the historic home, a restaurant, bar areas, private meeting and entertaining spaces, a greenhouse, and outdoor gathering spaces. The Club offers five designer guest suites for members to reserve, providing a private and luxurious environment for each guest to connect and recharge alongside world-class amenities. Thoughtfully planned, The Stovall House provides a private and luxurious environment for each member to connect and recharge alongside world-class amenities.
See the video below! The view from the complimentary private club room at the Stovall House.
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It was wonderful to be in Tampa again! This time for an event at the OXFORD EXCHANGE and the STOVALL HOUSE. The OE family treated me like royalty, for which I am forever grateful. More on this later.