Citizen Street

104 Citizen Street (BD-151) -- Ca. 1940. 1-story 2x2-bay gable-roofed cottage with 3-bay addition which makes this into a duplex. Overhanging roof supported on columns. (M)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
107 Citizen Street (BD-152) -- Ca. 1880. Queen Anne style. 1½-story frame dwelling with projecting polygonal bays, recessed central entrance and front-gabled roof. Polygonal bays are also gabled. Main gable contains round-arched window. Entrance porch with turned valence and balustrade. (P)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
110 Citizen Street (BD-150) -- Ca. 1920. 1-story 2x3-bay front-gabled cottage with 1-bay undercut porch. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
111 Citizen Street (BD-153) -- Ca. 1890. Queen Anne style. 1-story 5x3-bay dwelling with central entrance, gable-on-hip roof and undercut gallery. 3-bay porch supported on paired posts with capitals. Area between posts filled by arched-wood screens. Spool-turned verge screen. Polygonal bay and side elevation. (P)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
113 Citizen Street (BD-154) -- Ca. 1890. 1-story L-plan frame dwelling with polygonal front bay and infilled porch. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
115 Citizen Street (BD-155) -- Ca. 1860 with later decoration additions. 1-story 6x1-bay house with gable roof and entrances onto porch in second, fourth, and fifth bays. Plain posts with scroll-sawn balustrade. L on rear (P)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
117 Citizen Street (BD-156) -- Ca. 1935. 1-story 2x3-bay front-gabled shotgun cottage with asphalt siding. Front-gabled porch with exposed rafter-tails. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
119 Citizen Street (BD-157) -- Ca. 1870. 1½–story L-plan cottage with gable roof and undercut L-shaped gallery supported by turned columns. (P)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
120 Citizen Street (BD-149) -- Ca. 1965. 1-story 8x2-bay modern house with board-and-batten siding. 4-bay porch. (I)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
121 Citizen Street (BD-158) -- Ca. 1870. 1½-story 2x4-bay L-plan cottage with gable roof and undercut L-shaped gallery supported on turned posts with stick-style brackets. (P)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
201 Citizen Street (BD-159) -- Ca. 1905. 1½-story 2x2-bay house with high basement and hip roof. Projecting 1 bay Bungalow-style entrance porch with groups of 3 columns supported on brick piers. Gable-roofed dormers. Finial at gable peaks. (C) 
203 Citizen Street (BD-160) -- Ca. 1910. 1-story shotgun cottage with front gable roof and undercut gallery. Diamond-shaped light in gable. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
205 Citizen Street (BD-161) -- Ca. 1905. 1-story gable-roofed frame dwelling with undercut gallery, 3-bay façade and off-center entrance. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
208 Citizen Street (BD-144) -- Ca. 1940. Vernacular Colonial Revival. 1-story 3x2-bay stucco house with projecting front porch. A 1-bay stickwork balustrade atop the porch. 2-bay wing. (C)  (No longer standing)
209 Citizen Street (BD-162) -- Ca. 1915. Bungalow style. 1-story gable-roofed cottage with front gable orientation, undercut gallery with 4-bay façade. 2 entrances in middle bays. Exposed rafter-tails. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
210 Citizen Street (BD-143) -- Ca. 1950. 1-story 3x2-bay gable-roofed house with asbestos siding. Gabled entrance porch on posts. Screened porch on side. (C) 
212 Citizen Street (BD-142) -- Ca. 1925 with some later alterations. 1-story 3x4-bay front-gabled house with projecting gabled porch. (C)  (No longer standing)
215 Citizen Street (BD-163) -- Ca. 1925. 1-story 3x33-bay gable-on-hip-roofed house with projecting front porch. Exposed rafter-tails. Paired windows.  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
217 Citizen Street (BD-164) -- Ca. 1890. 1-story L-plan shotgun cottage with polygonal front bay, gable-on-hip roof and undercut gallery supported on bracketed posts. (P)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
219 Citizen Street (BD-165) -- Ca. 1900. 1–story cottage with hip roof, undercut gallery and 4-bay façade with 2 entrances in middle bays. Wood posts supported on brick piers. (C)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
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