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Tharpe House

Built in the 1790s, the Tharpe House was the urban face of John Tharpeā€™s vast sugar plantations, located about 8 miles inland on the Martha Brae River. From this house, Tharpe could oversee his wharf, the shipping arm of his plantation enterprises. The residential quarters ...

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7 Upper Harbour Street

2 and 4 Tharpe Street

One story house painted white with a gray curtain. The front faces west. A porch is located on the northwest corner. A door and single window with flanking wood louvers opens to the porch. The porch has a flat slab roof supported by square concrete ...

9 Seaboard Street

Two story building, nogged with brick and covered with board siding. Double hipped roof. The south facade has a central door with a shed roof that leads to a central hallway. Windows on the first floor are glass jalousie three. The 2nd floor windows are 6...

14 Tharpe Street

Two bay structure with two gabled roofs covered by corrugated metal with shingle underneath. Ssea-foam green paint scheme. Two doors to the right of the building, and two double doors with red painted grills facing Tharpe Street. Sheet metal awning to right of building and ...

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 ...

6 Lower Parade

One room, concrete block building wedged between two adjacent buildings. Gray paint scheme with white grills on door and window. Main entrance and window face Lower Parade Street. Tiled floor, common rafter roof framing system and metal siding on back.

2 Lower Parade

One room plan with double door entrance facing Lower Parade Street. Yellow color scheme with white metal grills, white doors, and white windows. Beading on windows and door. Double door with glass panes. Common rafter system with ridge beams. Vinyl tiling for floor. Concrete step ...