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Pennichaw Mattress & Furniture
We supply premium products from leading mattress brands at clearance center prices to high quality furniture brands and furniture types. It's our mission to offer quality products at affordable prices for Pennichaw residents. We buy directly from the manufacturer and keep our overhead low passing huge savings on to you! Buy high-quality mattresses for a lot less than you'll find at a retail store. You'll be sleeping better, sooner and you'll save so much more.
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Map of Pennichaw, FL
About Pennichaw, FL
Pennichaw is a rural unincorporated community located in south Volusia County, Florida, United States. It located on Lake Harney Road, approximately 1.8 miles south of Maytown Road. Pennichaw was one of several small settlements along the Kissimmee Valley Branch of the Florida East Coast Railway.
The name Pennichaw comes from a Seminole word meaning "turkey gobbler". At its peak, Pennichaw had a turpentine still and commissary.
The railroad through Pennichaw ceased operation in 1947 when a new cut-off opened between Fort Pierce and Port Mayaca. However, before it would be abandoned, the Peavy Wilson Lumber Company, operating a massive mill in Holopaw, leased the Holopaw-Pennichaw-Maytown trackage. So trains continued to roll through the little settlement until the lumber company quit in 1951.