Main Street

111 Main Street (OT-441) -- 1917-1924 - Early 20th Cent. Commercial - 2-story, frame, brick clad, early-twentieth century commercial building. The original portion of the structure, the east (right) portion, is four-bays-wide (w-w-d-w) was recently restored, and has a flat roof and stepped parapet. The west (left) portion of the structure, which is set back, was added after 1944, and has a partial width porch. The structure has a flat roof, brick and stucco cladding, and a concrete slab foundation.
114 Main Street (OT-441) -- 1909-1917 - Vernacular/Classical Inf. - 1.5-story, brick and concrete block, vernacular early-twentieth century commercial structure. The façade has stucco cladding, scored to replicate stone, and comer pilasters capped with simple capitals. The roof line is accentuated with a molded comice. The left side has the original brick with two brick belt courses. The right side has been clad with stucco and features a large painted mural. According to the Sanbom Fire Insurance maps of 1930 and 1944, two large concrete block additions were added to the rear between those years.
124-126 Main Street (OT-442) -- c. 1945-1955 - Commercial Vernacular - One-story, mid-twentieth century commercial building with a flat roof and a cloth awning. The street façade has large single-pane display windows interspersed with multiple single-door entrances. The right two-thirds of the building has stucco cladding, dentils, and quoins that were a later addition. The right elevation has 1/1 vinyl and 2/2 aluminum double-hung windows. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation.
125 Main Street (OT-443) -- 1925-1926 - Classical Revival - Masonic Temple - Three-story, brick, Classic Revival style Masonic Temple with a flat roof and inset entry porch. The entrance has a distinctive surround, decorative comice, and corbels. The main entrance is flanked on each side by two entrances and large display windows. The first-story is set off by a stone belt course. Above the main entrance on the second and third floors are two brick pilasters with simple capitals. A stone comice and frieze decorate the top of the third floor.
131 Main Street (OT-444) -- c. 1980-2000 - No Style - Two-story flat/shed roof building with vinyl and metal siding. The building rests on a concrete slab. It has a variety of windows including 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 windows, and 6/6 aluminum double-hung windows.
136 Main Street (OT-445) -- 1865-1880 - Creole Cottage with Craftsman Alterations - One-story, frame, vernacular, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Creole Cottage with a side-gable roof that covers a full-width inset front porch with replacement wood columns and balustrade. Craftsman details include exposed rafters on the porch and brackets in the gables. Most of the windows are wood 6/6 double-hung-sash. The building is clad in a combination of composite wood, Hardy Plank and clapboard. The main building has a roof clad in asphalt shingles; the addition has a roof sheathed in pressed metal.
137 Main Street (OT-446) -- 1935-1936 - Art Deco - Old Post Office - One-story, brick, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) WPA-era post office with center double-door entrance and stone surround with egg-and-dart design on the door's header. The three center bays advance slightly from the core of the building. The building has belt courses between the foundation and first-story and between the first-story and the roofline. Dentils decorate the roofline. The main façade windows are currently boarded, but lintels are visible. The side and rear windows, which are not boarded, are wood 6/6 double-hung-sash.
141 Main Street (OT-447) -- 2007-2008 - Neo-Eclectic/Neo-Colonial - First Baptist Church of Bay St. Louis - Two-story, brick veneer, seven-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w), gable-front Neo-Colonial style church that features a large pediment supported by four full-height Tuscan columns. Windows are vinyl fixed-light windows. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation; the roof is clad in pressed metal.
144 Main Street (OT-448) -- 1904-1909 - Vernacular Double Shotgun - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-d) hip-roof vernacular Double Shotgun with two French doors which open onto the full-width inset porch. Windows are 3/2 horizontal aluminum double-hung windows. A rear addition was added between 1924 and 1930 (according to the Sanborn Fire Insurance maps). The building is clad in clapboard and composite wood, and the roof is sheathed in pressed metal. The building rests on a brick pier foundation.
146 Main Street (OT-449) -- 1865-1880 - Vernacular Creole Cottage - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Creole Cottage with a side-gable roof and a full-width inset front porch supported by square wood columns. The center two bays are French doors; they are flanked by 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows. A gabled addition extends from the left elevation has paired 6/6 sash windows and exposed rafters. The building is clad in clapboard, and the roof is sheathed in corrugated metal.
152 Main Street (OT-450) -- 1911 - Neo-Classical - Hancock County Courthouse - Two-story, brick, five-bay-wide Neo-Classical style courthouse. The center three bays advance, forming a two-bay-deep pavilion; the center entrance bay also advances slightly. The entrance is a double door, flanked by single doors, with blind panels separating the doors from patterned transoms. A porch with two-story Ionic columns supporting a full-entablature extends across the center pavilion on the main façade. First-story (main façade) windows are 1/1 double-hung-sash with window caps with keystones. Upper-story windows (main façade) are 1/1 double-hung-sash with blind panels and transoms. Belt courses, forming continuous sills, divide the first and second stories. The side façades are eight-bays-wide; the center four bays advance to form wings. The building sits on a high concrete foundation and has a low-pitched hip roof. A jail was added to the rear in the 1930s and has been incorporated into a two-story, brick addition built c. 2006-2009.
153 Main Street (OT-451) -- c. 1945-1955 - Commercial/Vernacular - One-story, brick, flat-roofed, five-bay-wide (w-d-w-d-w) commercial building. The façade has two entrances alternating with large, single-pane windows. Nine of the windows on the side elevations are wood 6/6 double-hung-sash. The rear portion of the building has six 6/6 aluminum double-hung windows. All of the windows have brick header sills. The building rests on a concrete foundation.
162 Main Street (OT-452) -- 1895-1897 - Gothic Revival - Main Street United Methodist Church - One-story, wood frame, Gothic Revival church with an intersecting gable roof and a bell tower, in the right front reentrant angle, that has a double-door entrance caped by a tracery transom. Character defining elements include pointed-arch art glass windows, decorative verge boards, decorative fascia, buttresses, and a steeply pitched roof. The building is clad in clapboard. A large rear addition was constructed in 1936. The bell tower was rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina.
162c Main Street (OT-453) -- c. 1965-1975 - Vernacular - Methodist Children's Center - One-story, frame educational annex that has a flat roof and no porch. The building is clad in brick and wood. It rests on a concrete slab foundation.
200 Main Street (OT-454) -- 1917-1924 - Commercial - One-story, frame, commercial corner building with a flat roof and mansard eaves. The diagonally-placed doubledoors are flanked by windows, on the two street façades, with small 4-light panes above larger 1-light panes. The windows are topped with pediments decorated with dentils. Other street façade bays have four 16-light round-arched windows. Two small windows have been enclosed on the left side towards the rear of the building. This building has been altered to the point that it no longer retains sufficient integrity to be considered a contributing building in the historic district.
201 Main Street (OT-455) -- 1880-1893 - Vernacular/Commercial - One-story, frame, hipped roof vernacular commercial building with diagonally-placed main French doors which serves as the main entrance to the building. The dominant window type consists of large single-lights topped with three small lights. The building is clad in plywood, and rests on concrete block piers.
206 Main Street (OT-456) -- 1909-1917 - Vernacular Shotgun - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w) vernacular Shotgun house with a gable-on-hip roof and an inset full-width porch supported by round wood columns. The building is clad in clapboard. The windows on the façade are paired vinyl double-hung-sash. The windows on the side elevations are 6/6 and 6/4 aluminum double-hung. The building has a large 1.5-story rear addition with a side-gable roof. The building rests on a brick pier foundation. A carport is attached on the left side.
207 Main Street (OT-457) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) side-gable Craftsman Bungalow with center entry porch supported by turned posts set on low brick pedestals. The first and third bays are paired 6/1 wood double-hung-sash windows. The building is clad in clapboard and has decorative beams, exposed rafters, and comer brackets.
209 Main Street (OT-458) -- 1930-1944 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (w-d), vernacular gable-front Bungalow. A partial-width gabled front porch, supported by turned posts, extends the two bays on the façade. The building is clad in wood novelty siding, and windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash. The dwelling has a concrete block pier foundation, pressed metal roof, and exposed rafters.
210 Main Street (OT-459) -- 1904-1909 - Queen Anne Vernacular - Sycamore House Restaurant - 1.5-story, frame, Queen Anne Vernacular house with an inset full-width front porch supported by wood columns. The house is sheltered by a side-gable roof with two steeply-pitched front gables; the left gable has a Palladian window with a round-arched 2/2 double-hung-sash window flanked by sidelights. A bay window is located on the first-story below the gable. The entrance is a single door with transom on the second bay. Windows include 2/2 wood double-hung-sash and 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows. The building rests on a brick pier foundation.
211 Main Street (OT-460) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), side-gable Craftsman Bungalow. The 12-light, single-entrance door is located offset right on the center bay and is flanked by paired, wood, double-hung-sash Craftsman style windows. The gable extends out over the right two bays to form a partial front porch supported by short tapered wood columns set on square pedestals. A wide gable dormer with rectangular 6-light window is located over the entrance. The house has exposed rafters and brackets. It is clad in wood clapboard, and the roof is sheathed in asphalt shingles. The house sits on a brick pier foundation. An exterior brick chimney has been partly removed.
212 Main Street (OT-461) -- 1880-1893 - Queen Anne Vernacular - One-story, frame, six-bay-wide (w-w-w-d-d-w) Queen Anne Vernacular house with side-gable roof. The right four bays recede forming a partial-width inset porch supported by wood columns. The porch shelters two doors that have two long upper lights above panels. The porch is capped by a wide gable with a Palladian window. Some windows have been replaced with 3/3 and 1/1 aluminum double-hung windows, but some older 4/1 and 3/3 wood double-hung windows remain. The building is clad in vinyl and clapboard siding.
213 Main Street (OT-462) -- 1924-1930 - Vernacular Shotgun - One-story, two-bay-wide (w-d), frame, vernacular Shotgun house with a gable-on-hip roof and full-width inset front porch supported by round wood columns. The building is clad in clapboard, and the roof is sheathed with corrugated metal. The left front bay is a 1-light replacement window, but the side windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash.
215 Main Street (OT-464) -- 1870-1880 - Vernacular Shotgun/L-galleried/Craftsman alt. - One-story, frame, vernacular L-galleried Shotgun house with a gable-on-hip roof and exposed rafters. A polygonal bay (a later addition) is on the left side of the primary façade; an inset porch begins at the bay and wraps around the right side. It is supported by tapered columns on square brick pedestals. Windows include a combination of 6/6 wood double-hung and 2/2 aluminum sash windows. The building rests on a continuous brick foundation, and is clad in vinyl siding.
216 Main Street (OT-463) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - 1.5-story, frame, gable-front Craftsman Bungalow with a full-width inset front porch supported by short tapered columns set on square pedestals and closed balustrade. The front porch has been enclosed with casement windows to create a sun porch. The original porch was a wraparound porch, but the left side was enclosed between 1930 and 1944 (Sanbom Fire Insurance maps). Other Craftsman details include exposed rafters, decorative eaves, and brackets. The building is clad with wood clapboard and has vertical wood siding in the front gable end. Windows are 6/6 and 2/2 wood double-hung-sash and casements. A paired 6/6 double-hung window is in the front gable end. The building rests on a continuous brick foundation.
220 Main Street (OT-465) -- 1930-1944 - Art Moderne - One-story, stucco-clad, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Art Modeme commercial building with a flat roof, rounded comers, a stepped-rounded parapet, and curved canopy. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation. The center double-door entrance with transom is flanked by display windows.
301 Main Street (OT-466) -- 1945-1955 - Vernacular/Craftsman inf. - Two-story, four-bay-wide (d-w-w-d) frame, apartment building with two inset-entry porches on the comers, a prominent front-gable roof with large brackets, and stucco, vinyl and vertical wood siding. The second and third bays on the primary gable façade are paired 6/6 double-hung-sash windows. The building sits on a concrete slab foundation.
305 Main Street (OT-467) -- c. 1920 - Spanish Revival Bungalow - One-story, frame, Spanish Revival Bungalow with a multi-gable roof and a partial-width inset arcaded front porch that extends from the center entrance bay to outside of the main core of the house on the right side. The porch extension was completed between 1924 and 1930 per Sanborn Fire Insurance maps. The building is clad in stucco, and the roof is clad in asphalt shingles with ridge tiles. The main entrance has a multi-light door with transom. The left side has a diagonal comer with wood casement windows. Other windows are wood casement or fixed-light windows.
306 Main Street (OT-468) -- c. 1890-1900 - Vernacular L-plan - One-story, vernacular, L-plan, multi-gable, bargeboard house. A shed-roofed front porch supported by square wood posts set on rusticated concrete block pedestals is located in the left front reentrant angle formed by the intersection of wings. The building has clapboard and composite wood cladding; decorative shingles have been added in the gable end. Windows are replacement 1/1 vinyl double-hung-sash with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 windows.
307 Main Street (OT-469) -- 1909-1917 - Craftsman Bungalow - 1.5-story, frame Craftsman Bungalow with a multiple side-gable roof. The left bay is a polygonal bay; the front porch (screened) fills the right reentrant angle formed by the bay window. The front porch has square stuccoed columns, closed balustrade, and an entry with transom. Porch openings and the porch entry transom are segmentally arched. Two single doors with transoms open onto the porch. A shed dormer with a triple, 1/1 wood sash window is at center on the primary elevation. The building is clad in stucco, and the asphalt shingle roof has exposed rafters. Some original 4/1 and 6/6 wood double-hung windows remain while other windows have been replaced with 2/2 aluminum double-hung windows. The house rests on rusticated concrete block piers.
308 Main Street (OT-470) -- 1904-1909 - Queen Anne Vern. Shotgun with a Lateral Wing - One-story, frame, Queen Anne Vernacular Shotgun with a Lateral Wing. The house has a gable-on-hip roof with an inset front porch accented by bracketed posts and balustrade that extends across the gable-front façade and wraps around the left side. Doors with transoms are located on the front gable and in the left reentrant angle; three sets of French doors on the left elevation open onto the porch. The building is clad in clapboard, and the roof is clad in corrugated metal. The building rests on piers. The windows are replacement 9/6 floor-length and 6/6 double-hung windows. Decorative verge boards are in the gable ends. The house has multiple additions designed to compliment the historic structure.
311 Main Street (OT-471) -- c. 1945-1955 - Colonial Revival/Cape Cod - 1.5-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Colonial Revival Cape Cod house that has a side-gable roof and center entrance with sidelights flanked by paired, vinyl 1/1 double-hung windows. Three gabled dormers are symmetrically placed on the main façade. The dwelling is clad in stucco. There is a prominent trellis with columns in front of the central entryway. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation.
313 Main Street (OT-472) -- 1917-1924 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-w-d) gable-roof Craftsman Bungalow; the third bay (now the entrance) was originally a partial porch which has been enclosed. Craftsman detailing on the building includes exposed rafters, brackets, decorative beams, casement windows, and a low-pitched roof. Random rubble stone graces the battered chimney, which is located between the two sets of casement windows on the front-gable façade. The building is clad in wood shingles (a later alteration), and the roof is clad in asphalt shingles. The building has a rusticated concrete block pier foundation.
315 Main Street (OT-473) -- 1917-1924 - Vernacular - Knights of Columbus Hall - Two-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Knights of Columbus Hall with a round-arched, inset, center entrance flanked by triple double-hung windows. The bays are divided by full-height pilasters. Second-story windows on the main façade are triple, 1/1 double-hung-sash windows. The building was originally a one-story garage and repair shop. Between 1917 and 1924, the clapboarded second-story and the stucco-clad, two-story, front section were added. A small rear addition with a porch was added between 1924 and 1930 (per Sanborn Fire Insurance maps. Some 9/1 wood double-hung windows remain on the side elevations, but some have been replaced with vinyl windows.
318 Main Street (OT-474) -- 2000-2002 - Neo-Eclectic - One-story, frame, five-bay-wide Neo-Eclectic house with a full-width shed porch and side-gable roof. The building is clad in clapboard, and the roof is clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are 4/4 wood double-hung-sash.
320 Main Street (OT-475) -- c. 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - One-story, Post-Katrina dwelling with multiple hipped roofs and two inset porches. The building is clad in Hardy Plank, and the hip roof is clad in asphalt shingles. Windows are 4/4 and 6/6 wood double-hung-sash. The building rests on a continuous concrete foundation.
322 Main Street (OT-476) -- 1995-2000 - Neo-Eclectic - 1.5-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) Neo-Eclectic house with a side-gable roof and full-width inset front porch. The building has a single gable dormer with a 2/2 sash window at center. The house is clad in clapboard, and the roof is sheathed in asphalt shingles.
324 Main Street (OT-477) -- c. 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, Post-Katrina Neo-Bungalow with a gable-on-hip roof, a partial-width inset front porch, and two front entry doors. Decorative features include exposed rafters and wood shingles in the front gable end. The windows are 1/1 aluminum double-hung windows. The building is clad in Hardy Plank, and the roof is clad in asphalt shingles. The building rests on concrete block foundation piers.
326 Main Street (OT-478) -- c. 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-w-w) Neo-Bungalow with a hip roof and partial-width hipped front porch that extends across the right three bays. The porch is supported by square wood columns. Windows are 2/2 wood double-hung-sash. The house has a continuous concrete foundation, Hardy Plank cladding, exposed rafters, and an asphalt shingle roof.
328 Main Street (OT-479) -- c. 1930-1940 - Craftsman Bungalow - One-story, frame Craftsman Bungalow with a hip roof and a partial-width hip porch supported by square wood columns. The entrance, which is located on the left bay, has sidelights and transom. The building has a concrete block pier foundation, clapboard siding, an asphalt shingle roof, and exposed rafters.
331 Main Street (OT-480) -- c. 1950 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, brick-clad, L-shaped Minimal Traditional house with an intersecting gable roof. The entrance is sheltered by the front gable which extends into a broken slope roof on the right side. Windows are paired 6/6 double-hung-sash windows with louvered shutters. The garage has been enclosed, and there is a small addition on the right side. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
332 Main Street (OT-481) -- 2001 - Neo-Eclectic/Neo-Colonial - 1.5-story, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w), brick clad, Neo-Colonial dwelling with symmetrical façade. It has a side-gable roof, full-width inset porch, and two gable dormers. The center entrance has sidelights and cornice caps. The 1/1 sash windows have louvered shutters and cornice caps. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation.
333 Main Street (OT-482) -- 1941 - Colonial Revival Vern. Bungalow - One-story, frame, Colonial Revival Vernacular Bungalow with a hipped roof and a full-width inset front porch supported by round wood columns. The entrance, located on the left bay, has sidelights and fanlight. The building rests on brick piers, is clad in asbestos siding, and has exposed rafters and an asphalt shingle roof.
335 Main Street (OT-483) -- 1870 - Creole Cottage with Craftsman alterations - 1.5-story, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), side-gable Creole Cottage which has been altered to take on a Craftsman Bungalow appearance. The house has an inset wraparound porch, which extends across the main façade and wraps around the right side. It is supported by square wood columns that rest on rusticated concrete block pedestals. Other features include exposed rafters and a shed dormer at center on the main façade. The shed dormer has two, six-light windows. The porch was extended to wrap around the right side of the house between 1924 and 1930 per Sanbom Fire Insurance maps. The original French doors and 6/6 wood double-hung windows remain. The house rests on brick piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a corrugated metal roof.
336 Main Street (OT-484) -- 1951 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame Minimal Traditional house with hip and gable roofs. A hipped roof covers the central core; the left bay advances forming a shallow gable wing. A partially enclosed porch fills the right front reentrant angle. The building is clad in brick, and has vinyl in the gable end and on the enclosed porch. Windows are a combination of aluminum-frame picture windows and 1/1 aluminum double-hung windows. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
337 Main Street (OT-485) -- c. 1880-1890 - Creole Cottage - One-story, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), side-gable, Creole Cottage that has two doors with transoms and a full-width inset porch supported by turned columns and scroll-sawn balustrade and brackets. The windows have retained the original louvered shutters which were closed at the time of survey. The building sits on brick piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a corrugated metal roof.
338 Main Street (OT-486) -- c. 1880-1890 - Creole Cottage - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Creole Cottage with a side-gable roof, two sets of French doors on the primary elevation, 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows, and a full-width inset porch supported by square wood columns and balustrade. The dwelling sits on brick foundation piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a pressed metal roof. The extensive rear addition has vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 double-hung windows.
339 Main Street (OT-487) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Vern. Bungalow - One-story, frame Craftsman Vernacular Bungalow with a gable-front roof and a full-width hip porch. Craftsman details include exposed rafters and decorative beams. The front porch has been screened and non-historic wood decorative details applied. The building rest on rusticated concrete block piers, is clad in novelty siding, and has a corrugated metal roof.
341 Main Street (OT-488) -- c. 1880-1890 - Creole Cottage - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Creole Cottage with a side-gable roof, two sets of French doors, and a full-width inset porch supported by wood columns and balustrade. Windows are vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 double-hung windows. Windows and doors have louvered shutters. The large rear building (attached by a breezeway) may be the historic outbuilding which appears on all of the available Sanborn Fire Insurance maps. The house rests on brick foundation piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a corrugated metal roof.
342 Main Street (OT-489) -- 1880-1890 - Creole Cottage - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Creole Cottage with a side-gable roof, two French door entrances on the main façade, and a full-width inset porch supported by wood columns and balustrade. The windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash with louvered shutters. The numerous additions on the rear and right side were added after 1944 (they do not appear on the 1944 Sanborn Fire Insurance map). The building rests on brick foundation piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a corrugated metal roof.
345 Main Street (OT-490) -- 1925 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - One-story, frame, side-gable Craftsman Bungalow with a gable partial-width porch, supported by tapered wood columns resting on square pedestals, located at center on the main façade. The porch is enclosed with 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins. Craftsman stylistic details include decorative beams, brackets, and exposed rafters. Most of the original 4/2 wood double-hung-sash windows with diamond patterns remain. The house sits on brick piers, is clad in clapboard, and has an asphalt shingle roof. There is a small shed roof addition.
346 Main Street (OT-491) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-front - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), gable-front Craftsman Bungalow with a partial-width gable porch on the right two bays. The porch is supported by massive stuccoed columns and has a closed balustrade. Other stylistic elements include brackets, exposed rafters, and multi-light casement windows. The building is clad in clapboard, and the roof is sheathed in asphalt shingles. A chimney is located on the left side. The large rear addition was added between 1930 and 1944 (per Sanborn Fire Insurance maps).
347 Main Street (OT-492) -- c. 1880-1890 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, multi-gabled vernacular house. The right side original wraparound porch was enclosed at an early date to create a gabled wing with a diagonal comer and overhanging eave. A paneled door with three-light transom opens onto the front porch, that fills the left front reentrant angle formed by the wing. The porch is capped by a gable with decorative shingles. Windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a pressed metal roof. A small shed-roofed addition extends from the left side.
348 Main Street (OT-493) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, gable-front Craftsman Bungalow with a partial-width gable porch across the left bays. The front door has sidelights. The right bay is a triple, double-hung window with Craftsman style upper sash. Other windows are double-hung windows with Craftsman-detailed upper sashes. The building has clapboard siding, large brackets, and an asphalt shingle roof.
349 Main Street (OT-494) -- 1945-1955 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (w-d) vernacular Bungalow with a partial-width gable porch on the right entrance bay. Windows are 1/1 vinyl double-hung-sash with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 double-hung windows. The building has a concrete slab foundation, vinyl siding, and an asphalt shingle roof. The building has an attached carport on the left side.
351 Main Street (OT-495) -- c. 1880-1890 - Creole Cottage with a later Craftsman porch - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) modified Creole Cottage that has a side-gable roof and a deep, full-width porch with Craftsman detailing. The second and third bays are French doors; they are flanked by 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows. The porch has exposed rafters and distinctive notched paired wood supports. The house has numerous rear additions with 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows. The house sets on concrete block piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a metal roof.
354 Main Street (OT-496) -- 1920 - Craftsman Vern. Bungalow - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-w-d) gable-front Craftsman Vernacular Bungalow with a partial-width gable porch supported by massive wood columns on brick pedestals and accentuated by decorative beams in the gable end. The building has 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 windows. The building is clad in vinyl and the roof is sheathed in asphalt shingles. An attached carport has been added on the right side.
355 Main Street (OT-497) -- Unknown - Vernacular - One-story, frame, gable-front house with vinyl cladding and a pressed metal roof. The original partial-width porch was enclosed sometime after 1944. The original doors and windows have been replaced and altered in size. Additions are on the rear and left elevation. The house lacks the integrity for listing as a contributing building in the district.
356 Main Street (OT-498) -- c. 1990-2000 - Commercial - Coast Youth Ballet Academy One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (d-d-d) commercial building with a gable-on-hip roof and full-width inset front porch. French doors with louvered shutters are located on the first and third bays; a double-door entrance is located on the center bay. The building has turned wood porch supports, aluminum siding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
401 Main Street (OT-499) -- 1880-1890 - Creole Cottage - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) altered Creole Cottage with side-gable roof and full-width inset front porch. The porch has been altered to wrap around the right side and has recently-added decorative brackets and spindlework; a shed dormer has been added at center (a Craftsman era alteration). The building has had numerous other additions, most with exposed rafters. It is clad in clapboard, and window configurations include wood 4/1, 6/6 and vinyl 1/1 double-hung-sash.
403 Main Street (OT-500) -- 1951 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) Minimal Traditional house with a side-gable roof and advancing right bay which forms a shallow wing. An inset porch fills the left front reentrant angle formed by the advancing bay. The first bay is a picture window with a large single light flanked by narrow vertical lights. A paired, wood 2/2 double-hung-sash window is on the gabled right bay. The building rests on concrete block foundation piers and is clad in wood novelty siding. A small shed-roof addition with exposed rafters is on the rear.
404 Main Street (OT-501) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, gable-front, Craftsman Bungalow with a partial-width inset porch located across the two front entrances and continuing to the left side. The Craftsman detailing includes brackets, exposed rafters, tapered columns, 4-light Craftsman doors, 4/2 wood double-hung windows, and wood casement windows. The building is clad in stucco, and the roof is clad in aluminum shingles. A small rear addition has 2/2 aluminum double-hung windows and plywood siding. A stucco-clad chimney is on the left side.
406 Main Street (OT-502) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), gable-front Craftsman Bungalow with a partial-width gable porch on the right two bays. The porch is supported by tapered columns on brick pedestals. Stylistic details include exposed rafters, decorative eave ends, and brackets. Windows are single and double 9/1 wood double-hung-sash windows. The building is clad in clapboard, and the roof is clad in asphalt shingles. The building rests on brick foundation piers.
528 Main Street (MD-001) -- c. 1875 - Shotgun - 1-story 2x3-bay shotgun cottage with L. Continuous porch on two sides. Bracketed porch posts and stickwork balustrade. Gable-on-hip roof. Doors with round-arched lights.
532 Main Street (MD-002) -- c. 1880 - Creole Cottage - 1-story 4x2-bay Creole cottage with gable roof, undercut gallery and central chimney. Entrances middle bays.
534 Main Street (MD-003) -- c. 1880 - Creole Cottage - 1-story 4x2-bay Creole cottage with gable roof, undercut gallery, and bracketed posts, which have been altered so they now rest on a brick half-wall. Entrances with transoms are located in middle bays. Central chimney.
538 Main Street (MD-004) -- c. 1920 - Bungalow style - Bungalow style. 1-story stucco house with front-gable orientation and undercut gallery supported on three pairs of pyramidal box columns resting on raised stuccoed piers. The front gable is bracketed with half-timber treatment in the pediment.
540 Main Street (MD-005) -- c. 1895 - Shotgun - 1-story 2x3-bay shotgun cottage with front-gable orientation and undercut gallery. Porch supported on posts with balustrade and valance, which is turned and scalloped. Front gable contains square double light and is denticulated with partial returns.
542 Main Street (MD-006) -- c. 1895 - Shotgun - 1-story 2x3-bay shotgun cottage with front-gable orientation and undercut gallery. Bracketed posts, scalloped valance, denticulated front-gable frieze with partial returns. Square front-gable window with curved facing.
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