The 110-year-old Stambaugh Cottage, a historic pioneer home now moored off Peanut Island, could be part of the proposed new Burt Reynolds Institute for Film and Theater at Burt Reynolds Park on U.S. 1.
“We are just in the talking phase right now. Our hope is that the owners would donate the building,” said Doug Rill, a Palm Beach resident who is chair of the Burt Reynolds Institute for Film & Theatre.
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