Beach Boulevard

150 North Beach Boulevard (OT-69) -- 1927 - Spanish Colonial Revival - A&G Theater - Two-story, three-bay-wide, brick theater building with a shaped parapet and flat roof. The main theater entrance is a double-door deeply inset on the street façade. The first and third bay has inset round-arched inset panels with cartouches and diamond-shaped tile decorations. The center bay advances slightly and has a small window with iron balconet. It is topped by a curvilinear Spanish Revival parapet. The building has stucco cladding with a decorative brick belt course at the roof line on the façade. The building was heavily damaged during Hurricane Katrina but is undergoing restoration. It is one of the few surviving commercial buildings on Beach Boulevard.
200 North Beach Boulevard (OT-70) -- 1902-1903 - Commercial - The Sea Coast Echo Building - Brick, two-story building with a flat roof and a canted corner entrance. Dentils run along the roofline on two sides. The main portion of the building is clad in stucco while the rear addition has composite wood and metal siding. The continuous brick foundation was built to support a three-story building, but only two stories were ever completed. A part of the two-story iron gallery, heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina, remains. The building is one of the few surviving commercial buildings on Beach Boulevard.
208 North Beach Boulevard () -- post 2010 - Bay Town Inn
212 North Beach Boulevard (OT-76) -- 1930-1944 - Eclectic - Two-story, frame, Eclectic residence with a front-gable roof, arched window openings, and parapet. Historically, the house had a single-story, shed-roof porch which has since been enclosed, and a two-story flat-roof projection on the right front façade which has now been converted to a double-galleried porch with Palladian motif. It has stucco cladding, multi-light vinyl windows, and a pressed metal roof. Its extensive non-historic changes have made it a non-contributing building.
216 North Beach Boulevard (OT-71) -- 1945 - Spanish Revival - Two-story, three-bay-wide, stucco-clad Spanish Revival style house with complex hip tile roof. The original front hipped porch with round-arched openings, that extends across the right two bays, has been glassed in and integrated into the living area. The present entrance is located on a small entrance porch that sets in the left front reentrant angle formed by a large rear wing that extends out from the left rear of the house. The left bay is a multi-sided, two-story corner bay with hip roof. The house has both casement and 2/2 double-hung-sash windows. The house has multiple large wings and additions. A large wing extending from the left side of the rear wing has an inset colonnaded porch extending across the front elevation.
218 North Beach Boulevard (OT-72) -- 1860/1922 - Vernacular with Craftsman alterations - 1.5-story, five-bay-wide (w-d-w-d-w), frame house with side-gable roof. The entrances, located on the second and fourth bays, are French doors with four-light transoms. A full-width inset porch with square wood columns and square cut wood balustrade extends across the primary elevation. A wide inset shed dormer on the main fa<;ade has two French doors that open onto an inset balcony sheltered by a porch supported by square wood columns and square cut balustrade. The windows are casements. The house has clapboard siding, exposed rafters, and knee braces.
222 North Beach Boulevard (OT-73) -- 1880 - Center Hall/Greek Revival Influenced - 1.5-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-d-d-d-w) vernacular Center Hall residence with a side-gable roof and an inset full-width porch with replacement square wood columns and square-cut balustrade. The main entrance is a Greek Revival double-door entrance with sidelights and transom. The second and third bays are French doors. Windows are 6/6 double-hung windows with louvered shutters. It has a brick pier foundation, is clad with clapboard siding, and has a pressed metal roof. Two gable dormers with 6/6 double-hung-sash windows are located on the main façade.
224 North Beach Boulevard (OT-74) -- c. 1850 - Center Hall/Greek Revival - Carroll Plantation - 1.5-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-d-d-d-w) Greek Revival Center Hall house with a hip roof and a full-width inset porch supported by wood posts. The center bay is a door with sidelights. The second and fourth bays are French doors. Windows are 6/6 and 1/1 wood double-hung-sash ; some have louvered shutters. Two center dormers with 6/6 double-hung-sash windows replace an earlier, large central dormer. Gable and hip-roof additions are located on the right side.
226 North Beach Boulevard (OT-75) -- c. 1970 - Queen Anne cottage reproduction - 1.5-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) post-Katrina dwelling with a broken-slope, side-gable roof and an inset, full-width front porch supported by square wood columns. Windows are 9/6 and 12/8 vinyl double-hung-sash windows with faux mullions. The house sets on a brick foundation, is clad in Hardy Plank siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
304 North Beach Boulevard (OT-77) -- c. 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - 1.5-story, frame, four-bay-wide residence with a sharply-pitched front gable roof. It has a concrete slab foundation, Hardy Plank and brick cladding, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
400 North Beach Boulevard (OT-78) -- 1924 - Mission Revival - Weston Hotel - Two-story, L-shaped, brick-clad, flat-roofed Mission style hotel. An inset porch with arcading brick arches extends across the first floor of the main façade; the entrances are French doors. A curvilinear Mission style parapet extends across bays 2, 3 and 4, meeting the seven-bay-deep wing that extends forward on the right (north) side of the building. Windows are paired 12/2 wood double-hung-sash and 9/9 vinyl double-hung windows. At an unknown date, a flat roof addition was added to the right rear, and exterior staircases with brick screening were added to the existing structure. Mission influences include the scalloped parapet, decorative belt course, and shield motif.
406 North Beach Boulevard (OT-79) -- 1880-1890 - Vernacular/Craftsman alterations - La Marin Cottage - 1.5-story, frame, seven-bay-wide (w-d-w-d-w-d-w) vernacular side-gable house with Craftsman alterations. An inset full-width porch supported by wood columns extends across the main façade. Single doors are located on the second, fifth and seventh bays. The house has three entry doors. Craftsman updates were completed in 1924 and include exposed rafters, decorative beams, and squared wood columns. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, and a pressed metal roof, punctuated by two gable dormers.
408 North Beach Boulevard (OT-80) -- c. 1904 - Center Hall/Colonial Revival Elements - 1.5-story, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) Center Hall house with Colonial Revival stylistic elements. The house has a gable-on-hip roof which shelters a full-width, inset screened porch supported by paneled wood columns. The center entrance has sidelights and a transom. The windows on the primary façade are floor-length, 6/9 wood double-hung-sash with louvered shutters. The half-story on the primary façade has a door with sidelights and multi-light fanlight that opens onto a porch with wood balustrade. Shed dormers are located on the left and right elevations. The house has a brick pier foundation with brick infill between the piers, wood novelty siding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
410 North Beach Boulevard (OT-81) -- 1909-1917 - Colonial Revival Bungalow - 1.5-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-wdw-w) Colonial Revival Bungalow with a side-gable roof and symmetrical façade. A partial-width shed roofed porch is located on the center bay, and is supported by paneled wood columns. The center bay is composed of a single door flanked by double-hung-sash windows. The first and third bays are triple, 6/1 wood double-hung-sash windows with faux shutters. The gable dormer located at center on the main façade has triple, 6/1 double-hung-sash windows. The house has a brick pier foundation, clapboard cladding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
504 North Beach Boulevard (OT-82) -- c. 1960 - Modern - Two-story, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Modem brick-clad dwelling with a low-pitched hip roof and wide eaves. The main entrance is composed of double doors flanked by large single lights and transom. The full-width, inset second-story porch has decorative wrought iron supports and balustrade. Sliding glass doors are located on the third bay, first story, and on the first bay, second story. Other windows on the main façade are picture windows with large, single lights flanked by narrow sidelights. The house rests on a concrete slab foundation, and has an asphalt shingle roof. A porte-cochere is set back on the left side.
506 North Beach Boulevard (OT-83) -- 1895-1905 - Queen Anne - 1.5-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Queen Anne style house with a gable-on-hip roof and an inset, full-width front porch with wood columns, turned balustrade, spindlework, and brackets. A door is located offset left on the primary façade. The first and third bays are paired 25/2 and 2/2 wood double-hung-sash windows with louvered shutters. A balcony is on the half-story on the primary elevation with double-doors and wood balustrade. A wing extends from the left side and has 25/2 wood double-hung-sash window with louvered shutters. Cross gables on the side elevations expand the upstairs living space. The house rests on a brick pier foundation, is clad with clapboard siding, and has a pressed metal roof.
510 North Beach Boulevard (OT-84) -- 1944-1960 - Colonial Revival - Two-story Colonial Revival residence with an intersecting gable roof with returns. The right bay advances forming a shallow gable-front wing. A second-story porch fills the left front re-entrant angle created by the wing; two single doors open onto the porch. Windows are single and paired 6/6 and 1/1 wood and 6/6 aluminum double-hung windows. The left bay, first-story is a picture window. The house has stucco cladding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
600 North Beach Boulevard (OT-85) -- 1925-1929 - Colonial Revival - Two-story, Colonial Revival house with a side-gable roof and double-galleried porch. The first-story porch is supported by square wood columns. The second-story porch has a decorative wrought iron balustrade. The door is located at center on the main façade. Windows are wood casements. The house has stucco cladding, a single chimney on the left side, and an asphalt shingle roof. A one-story, sun-room with casement windows extends from the right side.
604 North Beach Boulevard (OT-86) -- 1917-1924 - Craftsman Vern. Bungalow - Two-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) gable-front Craftsman Vernacular Bungalow with full-width, hip-roof front porch supported by wood columns. The porch has been enclosed with glass panels across the gable-front façade, but extends out from the left side of the house forming a porte-cochere. Windows are 12/12 and 20/1 wood double-hung-sash windows with louvered shutters. A sixteen-light wooden window is located on the center bay of the second-story on the primary elevation. Craftsman elements include brackets and exposed rafters, now covered by fascia. The house sets on a brick pier foundation, is clad in clapboard siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
606 North Beach Boulevard (OT-87) -- 1904-1909 - Craftsman Bungalow - 1.5-story Craftsman Bungalow with a multi-gable roof and irregular floor plan. The wraparound porch (screened) has large, square stuccoed posts seamlessly integrated into the arched porch openings and the closed balustrade. The three-bay-wide porch is gabled on the right bay and has three, four-light windows in the front-gable end. The main entrance is a fifteen-light door with sidelights and transom. Windows include 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows. A gable dormer with a modest Palladian window is located at center on the main façade. Craftsman features include decorative beams and exposed rafters covered by fascia. The house has clapboard and stucco cladding, and has an asphalt shingle roof. A porte-cochere was added at the left rear in 1928.
610 North Beach Boulevard (OT-88) -- 1904-1909 - Colonial Revival Vernacular - Elevated, one-story, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Colonial Revival Vernacular frame house with a side-gable roof and an inset full-width porch. It has a brick pier foundation, clapboard siding, 6/6 double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
100 South Beach Boulevard (OT-89) -- 1899 - Classical Revival - Hancock Bank - Brick, two-story, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Classical Revival bank building. The door is located at center and is flanked by 2/2 double-hung windows. The building has stucco cladding scored to replicate stone. A molded belt course divides the first and second stories. A full entablature is located at the flat roof line. The original windows have been replaced with 2/2 and 4/4 vinyl double-hung windows. A one-story building, built as a post office, is located on the rear of the building.
220 South Beach Boulevard (OT-90) -- 1995 - Neo-Eclectic - Our Lady of the Gulf Parish Center - 1-story building with multiple-gable roof, full-width inset gabled porch, and a colonnade across the left (east) façade. The building is clad in vinyl siding and brick. It rests on a concrete slab foundation.
222 South Beach Boulevard (OT-91) -- 2001 - No Style - Our Lady Academy Catherine McCauley Hall - One-story structure with a side-gable roof, a gabled entry porch, and brick cladding. The roof is clad in pressed metal and the building rests on a concrete slab foundation.
228 South Beach Boulevard (OT-92) -- 1908/1926 - Romanesque Revival - Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic Church - Brick Romanesque Revival church featuring square towers, of unequal height, on the left and right front corners. The taller, left tower is a bell and clock tower and has an entrance on the left (south) side. The towers are topped by paneled parapets with large finials, and are connected at the roofline by a concrete balustrade. The main entrance to the church is located at center and is a double-door with round-arched transom flanked by narrow round-arched windows. A portico with pedimented entablature is supported by Ionic columns arranged in groups of three. Round-arched art glass windows with drip molds are located on the fronts and sides of the towers and along the sides of the nave; they are connected by a continuous sill/molded belt course. Clerestory windows on the primary elevation are small round-arched windows; paired round-arched clerestory windows are on the side elevation. All side windows are set into brick panels. Construction of this building began in 1908, but was not completed until 1926.
228b South Beach Boulevard (OT-93) -- 2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - Our Lady of the Gulf Rectory - One-story buildings with a hip roofs and brick cladding. These structures have a faux stone belt course and religious iconography on the exterior. The buildings rest on a concrete slab. A covered breezeway connects the two buildings.
300 South Beach Boulevard (OT-863) -- 1923 - Eclectic - St. Stanislaus Old Gym - Two-story, brick, hip-roofed, Eclectically-styled Gymnasium building. The main (east) façade is seven-bays-wide. Windows on the first story have brick segmental arches; second-story windows have round arches with hood molds with stops. The first and last bays on the second story, main façade, are doors with round-arched transoms and hood molds. The left bay, first-story, is a round-arched opening to the south façade porch. A porch with full-height brick columns and a replacement, iron, twin staircase extends across the main façade. The south façade is seven-bays-wide. First-story bays are located within an inset, full-width arcaded porch. First-story windows and doors have segmental arches; second-story windows are paired round-arched windows with brick arches. Stairs, on the left side of the south façade, lead to the second story. The north façade is also seven-bays-wide. First-story windows are paired, segmental-arch windows; some have been shortened. Second-story windows are paired, round-arched windows with continuous hood molds. The building has a low-pitched hip roof, wide eaves, and modillions. Molded concrete belt courses divide the first and second stories.
304 South Beach Boulevard (OT-94) -- 1970 - Post Modern - St. Stanislaus School Class & Administration Building - Two-story building that is supported by a concrete slab foundation. The east quarter of the building is elevated on reinforced concrete piers. The western three-quarters of the structure incorporates a brick and concrete block core of communal space and classrooms that is surrounded by classrooms elevated on concrete piers. Pebble-coated concrete panels clad the second floor. A flat roof shelters the structure. Windows are 2/2 aluminum double-hung-sash units.
309 South Beach Boulevard (OT-107) -- 1930 - Eclectic - St. Stanislaus School Library and Chapel Two-story, American bond brick, Eclectically-styled building with a concrete foundation. The main (north) façade faces away from Bookter Street. It is eight-bays-wide with brick segmentally-arched windows and doors (currently boarded). On the second floor, the first four bays are large windows with round brick arches. The last four bays are mostly single and paired 6/6 double-hung-sash windows; this section has a mezzanine and at one time was used to provide living quarters for the brothers working at the school. The living quarters are located behind the chapel, which occupied the east half of the second story and is marked by the round-arched windows on the north, south and east sides. A two-story arcaded gallery extends across the main façade. On the south elevation, there is a ground level basement entrance. The first-story bays on the south façade have brick segmental arches. On the second story, the first four bays are round-arched windows with hold molds that duplicate the second-story windows on the east façade. The last four bays on the south elevation duplicates the multi-story bay arrangement on the main façade. Concrete belt courses divide the stories. The building has a molded entablature and a simple parapet.
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