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15 Queen Street

Two story, three-bay structure with both shed and flat roofing. the house is painted white while parts of the walls remain unfinished and unpainted. The north facade is entirely exposed block. The front door opens onto the porch with two casements with flanking wood louvers. ...

Queen Street

One story church with 2 substantial massings. The larger of the two (South) has a gable roof while the smaller massing on the northwest has a shed roof. Double doors open to the north with wood grill above. Wood louvered windows are located on all facades. ...

9A Trelawny Street

One story, 4 bay house with a gable roof. The porch has a flat concrete roof. The entrance of the building faces north. A double door with wood grill transom opens to the front porch with flanking glass jalousies. A large glass jalousie is located on ...

9 Trelawny Street

Original rectangular structure extant on the east side. Additions built in similar manner within a short period of time (most likely after the destruction of the larger main house on the property in the hurricane of 1988). The front of the house is painted white with ...

9 Trelawny Street

Side-gabled roof. Rectangular plan with a single bay. Central door on south facade with glass louvered windows. Red faux-brick woodwork at all four corners. Foundation made of reclaimed materials - some brick reused from original structure on site. Brick foundation of original structure still extant. ...

11 Trelawny Street

One-story, L-Shaped structure with a hipped roof and shed roof over porch. The porch is original with replacement metal columns. The west facade is three bays with three wood jalousie windows painted red. The entrance is located on the east facade and is a double ...

16 Queen Street

Shed roof slopes East and West. Two bays, projecting seafoam bay. White West elevation, seafoam North elevation. Glass louvered windows. Addition on South West side is concrete. Is used as a small grocery shop, has glass louvered windows.

18 Cornwall Street

Was a ruin last year, restored/rebuilt. Was once a residential building, is now a school (St. Mark's Academy). Three bays across the front, double side gable, chamfered posts. Single front door flanked by 6/6 windows (windows are flanked by wood louver sidelights, some original) and ...

16A Cornwall Street

Mid-section of house dates to 1830's - either pre-exists 3 front rooms and porch (circa 1900) or was moved from another site. Wrap around front porch: red floor boards, gray railings, sea-foam green balusters. Three bays across the front. Wall board siding, 1/8 in. beading. Two 6/6 windows on ...