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  • Date 1951–2008 Xcheckmark
  • Location Water Square and Market Street District Xcheckmark
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Market Street

South side, second floor has three windows and a porch. The west side, first floor has one gated door and one gated window. The second floor has one double glass jalousie and 1 triple glass jalousie. Zinc gable roof.


East side is ramshackle materials with corrugated metal patchwork over wood boards. Roof and walls failing everywhere with worst damage at southeast corner. The west side is mostly boards of varying size. House leaning badly. Rubble foundation.

Water Square

Built in 1894, the Albert George Market is the most prominent landmark of Falmouth’s Water Square. The clock tower façade enlists architectural details from the prevailing Georgian tradition well over a half century after that style had fallen out of favor. Conversely, the cast ...

Water Square

North side has 2 double paned commercial windows to each side of the main entrance way. Pediment above main entrance. Bright yellow and blue paint with much signage. East side has a circular vent at the top. The south side is painted white and has no ...

1 Seaboard Street

One story structure divided into two sections with a slight gable and shed roof. The structure is supported by narrow logs and 4 x 4's. Both sections act as fruit stands with small storage in the rear. The south (Front) is a shared, open space with ...

1 Seaboard Street

One story, flat slab roofed building facing south. Three board doors and one modern window are located on the south facade. One window and one small, ventilation window are found on the the north facade.

11 Market Street

Flat cast concrete roof. One door and one 2-pane glass louver window on south facade. One glass louver window on east facade. One 2-pane glass louver window on the west facade. Two bays. Painted white with a gray curtain.

Trelawny Street

A one-story outbuilding with a pyramidal roof with a small, unfinished spire atop. Wood louver casement window is located on the west facade. Two plywood boards are located on the east and possibly cover a door opening. The building is painted cream. It is attached ...

Barrett House

Built in 1798 by Edward Barrett, who developed the town of Falmouth in the 1770s, this house was the finest example of a distinctive building type in Falmouth: the merchant house and store. The family lived in the (now missing) timber-framed structure on the upper floor ...