WELCOME TO TEMPLE TERRACE
- a planned 1920s Mediterranean Revival golf course community nestled in the great bend of the Hillsborough River, and protected by majestic sand live oaks and longleaf pines.


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The Temple Terrace Preservation Society, Inc. was founded in 1975, the 50th anniversary of the city, to preserve and protect the architectural and historical heritage of the city of Temple Terrace through advocacy, education and community involvement. TTPS is incorporated as a non-profit, 501(3)(c) organization.

Meetings are held at the Temple Terrace Community Church Parish Hall, a building which originally housed the real estate sales office for Temple Terrace Estates. One of the first structures in the city, it was designed in 1922 by architect M. Leo Elliott, and features a domed roof and arched palladian entry doors and transom windows. The building is eligible for the National Register of Historic Place.



Architect M. Leo Elliott designed this Moorish-style
structure, as seen here in 1922, and as it is today.