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11 Market Street

L-Shaped structure with a flat roof. Multiple windows and door (more than 15). All windows and doors are covered by cast iron grating. West massing of L-shape is two stories with a full length porch. Porch has a decorative iron balustrade. Walls and grating painted white, ...

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7 Lower Harbour

A one-story hipped-roof board house. Entrance door faces West with a wood and zinc awning. Southwest, North, and West-facing windows all covered with zinc. The building is unpainted, but there is evidence of cream colored paint on the West elevation, and deep red paint on ...

7 Market Street

4 bays, 6 by 6 sash windows, grate over door, exterior staircase on back, timber frame projects out over masonry on the east side of the building, multiple roof structures (hip, gable, and porch.)

6 King Street

White paint with blue and maroon detailing, 2 bays, windows vary (4 by 4 sash windows, 4 pane window, louvers), 2nd story porch runs full length of the North side of the building.

St. Peter’s Anglican Church

The construction of St. Peter’s Anglican Church in 1796 represented English religion, custom, and governance on the northern coast of Jamaica. Situated on land donated by Edward Barrett and John Tharpe, two of Falmouth’s most elite citizens, the Anglican church was the religious center ...

James Hardyman House

Lower Harbour

A one-story hipped-roof board house. Entrance door faces West with a wood and zinc awning. Southwest, North, and West-facing windows all covered with zinc. The building is unpainted, but there is evidence of cream colored paint on the West elevation, and deep red paint on ...