About the Beardall House

In 2003, the firm celebrated their tenth anniversary by moving into The Beardall House in historic Downtown Orlando. The house, located on beautiful Lake Lucerne, was once the residence of Mayor William Beardall, Orlando’s mayor during World War II. The home features ample free standing parking and comfortable interior, both designed to make each clients’ experience both convenient and memorable. More important our talented professional team strives to prioritize hospitality to everyone who enters our home.  Our distinctive homes’ features include the original carriage house, mahogany and oak paneling, Italian marble fireplace and elegant oak staircase. The Beardall House is listed on the National Historic Register. In 1982, The Beardall House owners received the Beautification Award by the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce.

A picture of The Beardall House, our new home, is integrated into our home page. The photograph of the Downtown Orlando skyline represents our view of the downtown area. Our home is a few blocks from two of Orlando’s architectural highlights, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and the state of the art Amway Center. We welcome visits from our clients, friends and neighbors.

Page & Eichenblatt is proud to call this historic landmark home, and look forward to many years in the heart of City Beautiful.