Apparently the house was supposed to be a school for English gentlemen to become citrus growers. I know there's a huge greenhouse on the property. It was built in the 1880's but there was a huge freeze in 1984-85 that put the brakes on the school. Mr. Daetwyler must have bought it after that.Martin J. Daetwyler, Master 1921---In 1904, Martin Daetwyler arrived by train at the Church Street depot to begin his life in Orlando. After his uncle sold the family citrus groves, Wor. Brother Daetwyler began a career as Orlando’s first nursery owner and only landscape architect. He purchased 80 acres on Lake Conway and transformed an old Georgian mansion already on the property into a showplace. He had much to do with enhancing fellow Lodge brother, Harry P. Leu’s gardens along with Lake Eola and many homes in Winter Park. Mr. Det developed his own variety of azalea,” Pride of Orlando.” Past Master, S. Y. Way said,” He is the most optimist person….” because Mr. Det predicted that the population of Orlando would reach 50,000 by 1950. Before his death, he said, “We made it.” The Orlando Sentinel said the Brother Daetwyler MADE Orlando The City Beautiful.