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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 ...

39 Newton Street

One story, shed roof building. A door is located on the east and two board doors and (1) board casement found on the north. Another door is located on the west. Two aluminum awnings are located above the east and north door. Addition along the south ...

68 Duke Street

16 Trelawny Street

One porch with shed roof on west side of residence. Two sash windows and three wooden doors on west side of home. Brown and teal exterior. Gable roof. Three bay building. One wood sash window on south side and one wood door on south side. ...

35 Newton Street

Contemporary four bay house with low gable roof over porch and North East wing of house and shed roof over garage and North West wing of house. Windows are 1x1 concrete, deck roof over porch - red paneling and house painted white.

3 Lower Parade

Single bay structure with gable zinc roof top of wooden planks. Single wooden door with white trim on Lower Parade Street. Cream paint scheme. Concrete steps leading to door andwhite wooden jalousies on sides Addition has shed roof on rear with same paint scheme as ...

5 Lower Parade

One story wood frame building. Blue color scheme, with white doors and white glass louvered windows. Sunburst transom over doors. Red painted or red wash floor. Wood frame using posts on concrete piers and common rafter system for roof. Metal capping comb on roof

5 Lower Parade

Gable zinc roof; concrete block visible in some places; parged with concrete; wood plank door on far right side; plank window to left and two more wood plank doors to left; rear entrance wood plank door; shed roof addition to back; yellow color scheme.

5 Lower Parade

Three bay house with central double door, flanked by two jalousie windows. Teal and white paint scheme; breeze block on porch with wood support posts; hipped zinc roof with much deterioration; two doors on back with blue/brown paint scheme; two glass jalousie windows on ...