This historic riverfront house is at the tip of Harbor Point, formed where the Arlington River and Little Pottsburg Creek converge. It has spectacular views of more than a mile of open water, including the Matthews Bridge, St. Johns River, and downtown Jacksonville. Piers remain for a dock that will grant full access to the ocean. Towering oaks shade this two-story architectural delight, with a wraparound veranda, Queen Anne style balcony, and design details like chamfered posts, scroll-sawn brackets, and solid wood decorative wainscoting. Original wood floors remain throughout most of the house.