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8 Newton Street

One story house with a hipped roof and horizontal board siding. Evidence of sand blasting is present. The house has been painted cream. Two glass jalousie windows are located on the north. A porch with a shed roof if located on the northwest corner. The ...

Baptist Manse

The building now known as the Baptist Manse was built as a Masonic Temple in 1798. Based upon practices in other Masonic temples, members likely gathered for meals downstairs and performed the rites of their order upstairs. The Gothic pointed arches of the second floor windows ...

Trelawny Street

Two story commercial building with a hipped roof. A shed roof is located over the front (south) porch. The zinc roof has been painted blue. The two story front porch runs the length of the south facade. The southeast corner of which has been enclosed ...

Falmouth Courthouse

The construction of this new Georgian courthouse in 1815 marked Falmouth’s rising prosperity as a port and its importance as the parish seat of Trelawny. Unlike most courthouses, this building overlooks the harbor, acknowledging Falmouth’s economic dependence on the many wharves that originally lined ...

6 Princess Street

One story, L-shaped house, with three bays and a hipped roof. The house is painted white. The porch is located in the southwest corner. Double doors open to the porch on the west. 3 by 3 windows are located on the south and northwest corner. One doors ...

8 Princess Street

One story duplex with a hipped roof. The front porch, on the west, has a shed roof. Two central entrance doors open to the porch. Two sets of three-paned casements are located on the west. The porch has board flooring painted red. Wood posts/columns ...

16 Trelawny Street

Original structure is located in the rear (north) of the existing house. It is a one story, gabled house with beading and evidence of sand dashing. A shed roof is located over concrete flooring in the rear (north) Two entrance doors are found on the ...

Queen Street

One story duplex with a gable roof. A shed roof rests over the front porch (south). Two entry doors open to the porch. The house is painted pale yellow. The porch flooring is painted red and the railings and wood column supports are painted gray. ...

Queen Street

One story duplex (plan type E) with a gabled roof on the east and a shed roof on the west. Two front doors are located on the south facade, each with zinc awnings. There are no windows located on the south. One 4 paned casement window ...