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7 Cornwall Street

North side 1st floor is parged brick with some exposed. The projecting section has a glass jalousie and a double glass jalousie facing west. The other section has four doors, a glass jalousie, and 1 wood staircase. The 2nd floor has a wood jalousie, a boarded ...

7 Cornwall Street

Off-white paint scheme, Zinc hip roof. North side - 1st floor has two glass jalousies and 1 barred double glass jalousie with a yellow awning. The 2nd floor has three glass jalousies. The west side 1st floor has three glass jalousies and the 2nd floor has 3 ...

9 Cornwall Street

Shared roof with garage area. North side has a window flanked by wood jalousies. The south side has a wood jalousie. The west side has two doors and a window in the same style as the north. Zinc gable roof over garage is failing in ...

9 Cornwall Street

Zinc hip roof. Quoins at corners. North side has one double door flanked by double glass jalousies and a zinc awning above. The east side has a double glass jalousie and a door with a zinc awning. The west side has a zinc-covered window. The ...

11 Cornwall Street

Zinc gable roof. Double doors with jalousie transom and barred triple glass jalousies flanking. Tiled concrete porch under concrete decking roof. West side has two barred triple glass jalousies, one barred single jalousie, 1 double door with a jalousie transom, and one door. The south side ...

Water Square

As early as 1800, Water Square was the central commercial district in Falmouth for both imported goods and local supplies. Located close to the wharves, the Square was from the beginning surrounded by shops and businesses that sold international merchandise, especially fancy goods from England. But ...


9A Market Street

Three bay rectangular kitchen building with hipped roof. Full length porch extends across full length of front (North) facade. Evidence of fireplace with chimney along south wall.

1A Princess Street

Reused wood siding - unpainted. Door is on southeast corner of building.

Queen Street