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Albert George Market

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 ...

Lower Parade

Two story structure with a gabled roof. One story shed roof is located in the front (south). Nine board casements are located on the 2nd floor of the south facade. One board casement is found on the east (second floor). The first floor has 5 large ...

1 Officers Alley

Two story, hipped roof commercial building that has previously been renovated. The front of the building faces west. Modern double doors open west to concrete steps and walkway. Three 6 x 6 windows are located on the first floor. A narrow double door with glass transom is ...

8 Trelawny Street

Nogged outbuilding in brick and stone, parged and painted white. The door faces the rear of the home, and the side door faces West. An iron grill covers a West-facing window. The inside has a caustic tile floor. The rear wall facing North is painted ...

6 Lower Parade

Gable zinc roof with zinc awing covering old wooden shingle roof. Three bay building with one door with two glass jalousie windows facing Lower Parade Street and one door to the left side facing Tharp Street. Left side is covered with corrugated metal siding. A ...

7 Falmouth Street

Main entrances painted red face Falmouth Street. First floor concrete brick walls are painted red with three red awnings on doors and windows facing Falmouth Street First floor wall facing Lower Harbor Street is painted gray First floor is paved with encaustic tile. Second floor ...

9 Falmouth Street

Main entrances have one white double door and one white single door; red entrance to club faces Falmouth Street; Mostly reconstructed front facade and parts of side facades with concrete in-fill. Cast concrete walls stick out on right side of building from the original wall ...

21 Duke Street

Front of building oriented towards Queen Street. Four bays, Flemish bond brick, wood-paneled single casement windows along front facade, and three entrance doors. Side-gabled roof and porch roof projects over front walkway. Cap-n-comb. Small rectangular plywood addition on north wall. Original brick oven in south ...

21 Duke Street

Double hipped-roof, three bays along front facade, 6x6 windows original windows in tact, replaced red brick jack arches, cap-n-comb on roof. Brick is yellowish hue, hence possibly made locally. Brick string course delineates first from second floor. Original double front door. Cut limestone base and ...