Court Street

107 Court Street (BD-368) -- Ca. 1935. Colonial Revival. 2-story 3x2-bay gable-roofed house with central entrance. Balustrade above entrance portico. Paired windows.  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
108 Court Street (BD-367) -- Ca. 1900 with modernizations. Residence, office. 1-story 3x2-bay gabled-roofed house with central entrance Brick veneer. (M)  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
109 Court Street (BD-369) -- Ca. 1890 with modernizations. 1½-story 3x3-bay house with enclosed porch and brick veneer first floor. Cut-out vergeboards. (M) 
110 Court Street (BD-366) -- Ca. 1935. 1-story 2x3-bay front-gable house with projecting front-gabled porch which is stuccoed and has openings with rounded corners.   (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
111 Court Street (BD-370) -- Ca. 1970. Bank. 2-story 6x1-bay brick building with tile hip roof and overhanging eaves. Arcaded portico. Concrete quoining. (I) 
122 Court Street (BD-365) -- Ca. 1870 with later Bungalow-style additions. 1-story L-plan house. Basically a Creole cottage with an added projecting section. Cut-out verge boards and pyramidal columns on rusticated concrete block piers. (C) 
123 Court Street (BD-371) -- Ca. 1920. 1-story gable-roofed house with additional front gabled entrance porch. Exposed rafter-tails. (M) 
124 Court Street (BD-364) -- (listed as 126) Ca. 1945. Commercial building. Art Deco (Moderne) 1-story 3-bay brick building with round corners and off-center entrance. Limestone belt course and Pilasters. (C) Seacoast Echo Building. 
125 Court Street (BD-372) -- Ca. 1910. Western Stick style. 2-story hip-roofed house with casement windows stretching the perimeter of the house. Bays are articulated by paneled columns with capital moldings. Undercut gallery first floor. Colonial Revival door surround with sidelights and transom. Porte-cochere features rafters with attenuated ends. Other rafters exposed. (P) 
126 Court Street (BD-363) -- (listed as 128) Ca. 1970. Youth Court Building. 1-story 5x4-bay brick building with hip roof and overhanging eaves. (I) 
128 Court Street (BD-362) -- (listed as 130) Ca. ____. Commercial building. 1-story 5x4-bay frame building with stucco boomtown front. Second and fourth bays contain double-leaf multi-paned doors with transoms, vertical-boarded sides. (M) 
132 Court Street (BD-361) -- Ca. 1930. Bungalow style. 1-story gable-roofed house with front-gabled undercut porch. Bracketed eaves and pairs of box columns on brick piers.  (No longer standing)
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