Second Street

109 North Second Street (OT-631) -- 1880-1890 - Vernacular - 1.5-story, frame, heavily altered, vernacular building with a partial-width inset porch and vinyl siding. The house originally had a wraparound porch along the façade, left side and rear. A large rear addition was attached between 1924 and 1930. Sometime after 1944, the entrance was moved to the side and rear and a modem building was constructed in the front of the lot (Sanbom Fire Insurance maps). The house no longer possesses the integrity to be a contributing building in the historic district.
111 North Second Street (OT-632) -- c. 1950-1960 - Mid-Twentieth Century Commercial - One-story, reinforced concrete, mid-twentieth century commercial building with a side-gable roof and pressed metal cladding. The main façade is composed of continuous, single-pane display windows. There is a decorative block tower located on the main façade. A large rear addition is on the right side.
112 North Second Street (OT-633) -- c. 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - One-story, gable-front, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) post-Katrina restaurant building with a full-width inset porch supported by turned posts. The double-door entrance, located on the center bay, has multi-light double doors. Windows are 1/1 with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 double-hung-sash windows. The building rests on concrete block piers, is clad in Hardy Plank, and has a pressed metal roof.
113 North Second Street (OT-634) -- 1924-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, vernacular gable-front Bungalow that has a partial-width gable porch which has been enclosed with floor-length glass panels on the left side. Windows are paired 6/6 double-hung wood sash. The building rests on concrete block piers, is clad in composite wood siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof. The boxed eaves may conceal previously exposed rafters.
200 North Second Street (OT-635) -- c. 1970-1980 - Post-Modern/Commercial - One-story, five-bay-wide (w-d-w-w-w) building with a concrete slab foundation, brick cladding, and a flat roof. Brick pilasters divide the façade into bays; window bays are triple, tall, narrow single-light aluminum windows. The double-door entrance is located on the second bay.
201 North Second Street (OT-636) -- 1930-1944 - Vernacular Bungalow - One-story, frame Bungalow with a hip roof and gable wing. A partial-width inset gabled porch is located on the right bay and has been enclosed with single pane of glass. The original windows have been replaced with 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins to replicate 3/1 double-hung windows. A shallow side-gable wing extends from the right side. The building rests on brick piers, is clad in vinyl siding, and has a pressed metal roof.
203 North Second Street (OT-637) -- c. 1955-1970 - No Style - One and two-story, reinforced concrete, multiple-use building with multiple gable-on-hip roofs. The building includes space for apartments (two-story rear section) and a store (one-story front section). The structure has a concrete slab foundation, concrete cladding, single-pane and 2/2 aluminum double-hung-sash windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
209 North Second Street (OT-638) -- 1924-1930 - Vernacular Double Shotgun - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Double Shotgun house with a gable-on-hip roof and a full-width, inset front porch (screened). The second and third bays are doors with transoms; the first and fourth bays are 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows with shutters. A small, six-light stained glass window is located in the front-gable end. The house has a concrete block foundation, wood clapboard siding, and a pressed metal roof. A gable roof addition extends from the right side.
214 North Second Street (OT-639) -- 1945-1955 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, residence with multiple, low-pitched, hip roofs, irregular floor plan, and an inset entry porch with decorative iron columns. It has a concrete block pier foundation, wood novelty cladding, paired and triple 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
215 North Second Street (OT-640) -- c. 1895-1905 - Shotgun/L-galleried Queen Anne Vernacular - One-story, frame, L-galleried Shotgun with Queen Anne stylistic elements, a gable-on-hip roof, and an inset porch which extends across the gable-front façade and wraps around the right side. Decorative elements include stickwork in the gable ends, brackets, decorative verge boards, and a zigzag frieze. The doors are four-panel wood doors with two-light transoms. Windows are 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows. The house rests on a brick pier foundation, is clad with wood clapboard siding, and has a pressed metal roof. A gable-roof addition extends from the right side.
300 North Second Street (OT-641) -- c. 1995-2005 - Neo-Eclectic/Neo-Colonial - 1.5-story, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w), Hardy Plank clad, Neo-Colonial house with a symmetrical façade and a steeply-pitched side-gable roof. A full-width, inset porch with square wood columns extends across the main façade. The center door has multi-light sidelights and transom. Other main façade bays are floor-length 9/9 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions. Other windows are 12/12 and 6/6 lights. A large gable dormer with paired, round-arched windows sits at center on the main façade.
301 North Second Street (OT-642) -- c. 1980-1990 - Neo-Eclectic - Two-story apartment building with an intersecting gable roof, double-galleried porch, two-story shed-roofed bay windows, and simple parapets at the gable ends. The building has a concrete slab foundation, brick cladding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
303 North Second Street (OT-643) -- 1917-1924 - Craftsman Bungalow - One-story, frame, Craftsman Bungalow with a complex gable roof and an inset front porch that wraps around the left and right sides of the house. The porch is supported by paired wood columns that set on rusticated concrete block pedestals. Craftsman features include 4/1 double-hung-sash windows with decorative tracery in the upper sashes, exposed rafters, and decorative beams. The house has a brick pier foundation, wood clapboard siding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
304 North Second Street (OT-644) -- 1960 - Post-Modern - One-story, Post-Modern office building with a flat roof, exposed vigas, decorative concrete block detailing, and single-pane aluminum windows. The office is clad in brick, concrete block, and vinyl siding. It has a concrete slab foundation.
305 North Second Street (OT-645) -- c. 1945-1955 - Vernacular/Rectangular Cottage - One-story, frame, vernacular Rectangular Cottage that has an inset porch on the left entrance bay with decorative ironwork supports and balustrade. Windows are aluminum, four-light jalousies and sliding aluminum windows. The house sets on a continuous concrete foundation, is clad in aluminum siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
306 North Second Street (OT-646) -- 1917-1924 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular house with a gable roof, shed partial-porch addition, side entrance, and a chimney addition on the street façade. The house has a decorative concrete block foundation, wood novelty siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung-sash windows with faux mullions, and a corrugated metal roof.
307 North Second Street (OT-647) -- c. 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-garage), Neo-Bungalow with a gable-on-hip roof and a gabled front porch on the left two bays. It has a concrete slab foundation, Hardy Plank cladding, 6/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
310 North Second Street (OT-648) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) gable-front Craftsman Bungalow with a full-width inset porch which has a projecting gable across the three bays clustered on the right side of the gable façade. The porch is supported by paired wood posts on pedestals. The door with eight-light transom is flanked by 12-light casement windows. Decorative elements include decorative beams, exposed rafters, and knee braces. The house has a brick pier foundation, wood clapboard siding, and a slate roof.
400 North Second Street (OT-649) -- 1926-1927 - Spanish Revival - Bay High School/Second Street Elementary School Two-story, brick, eleven-bay-wide, Spanish Revival style school with symmetrical façade and flat roof. The main entrance, composed of double doors with a large single-light transom, is located on the center bay. It is flanked by two tiers of fluted pilasters that support full entablatures with decorated friezes and denticulated cornices. Windows above the main entrance are paired, replacement 1/1 double-hung-sash windows. The center three bays advance forming a shallow pavilion with first floor windows that are paired, 1/1 sash windows, and second-story windows that are paired, round-arched windows divided by fluted pilasters. The windows on the main façade are set into two-story, brick, round-arched panels. The first and last bays are quad, replacement 1/1 double-hung-sash windows which advance, slightly, forming shallow pavilions which are topped with shaped parapets. A shaped, scalloped parapet also extends across the center bays. Other decoration includes patterned relief work and cartouches. Side entrances are located on the front façades of the shallow wings. The stucco covering was a later alteration. A large, two-story brick addition was added in the 1930s. A more contemporary addition is located at the rear of this addition.
502 North Second Street (OT-650) -- 1930-1940 - Craftsman Bungalow/Side-Gable - One-story, frame, side-gable Craftsman Bungalow with a gabled front porch which extends across the bays on the main façade. The porch is supported by tapered wood columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals. Windows are 6/1 double-hung wood sash windows. Other Craftsman features include decorative beams and exposed rafters. The house sits on concrete block piers, is clad with wood clapboard siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof. A small side-gable historic addition extends from the left side.
503 North Second Street (OT-651) -- c. 2006-2008 - Ranch - One-story, frame, five-bay-wide (carport-w-d-w-w) post-Katrina house with a side-gable roof and a gabled entry porch supported by round columns. It has a concrete slab foundation, stucco cladding, single and paired 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an inset carport on the left bay.
504 North Second Street (OT-652) -- c. 1880-1890 - Queen Anne - One-story, frame Queen Anne style house with a gable-on-hip roof and an inset full-width front screened porch. Queen Anne features include decorative shingles and spindlework in the gable ends, turned posts, brackets, and cutaway bays. It has a decorative concrete block pier foundation, clapboard siding, 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
505 North Second Street (OT-653) -- 1930-1944 - Tudor Revival - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-w/d-w), Tudor Revival house with a hip roof intersected by a projecting, steeply-pitched shallow gabled wing at center on the main façade. This shallow wing has a gabled entry on the right side with a narrow six-light window to the left. Other bays are casement windows. Distinctive features include exposed rafters, brackets, verge boards, and scalloped detailing in the gable ends. It sits on a continuous brick foundation, has stucco and wood novelty siding, and an asphalt shingle roof.
506 North Second Street (OT-654) -- 1940-1950 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular side-gable house with a shed-roofed, full-width, front porch (screened) supported by wood columns. It has a concrete slab foundation, 4/4 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, four-light casement windows, knee brackets, wood novelty siding, and an asphalt shingle roof. A shed-roofed addition is located on the rear.
509 North Second Street (OT-655) -- 1940 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) Minimal Traditional house with a side-gable roof. The second and third bays advance forming a shallow gable-front wing; the entrance is located in an entry porch which is inset on the right side of the wing. Windows are paired and triple 6/6 wooden double-hung windows and 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions. Decorative shingles are in the gable ends. The house rests on piers, is clad in vinyl siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
510a North Second Street (OT-656) -- 2002-2003 - Vernacular - St. Augustine Retreat Center (A) Divine Word Chapel - One-story building with a side-gable roof, an inset entry porch, and two-tone brick veneer. It has a concrete slab foundation; small, single-light aluminum windows; and a pressed metal roof.
510b North Second Street (OT-657) -- 2002-2003 - Vernacular - St. Augustine Retreat Center (B) Freinademetz Hall - One-story, vernacular building with a hip roof, gable partial porch, and two-tone brick veneer cladding. It has a concrete slab foundation and an asphalt shingle roof.
510c North Second Street (OT-658) -- 2002-2003 - Vernacular - St. Augustine Retreat Center (C) Laundry - One-story, brick veneer, laundry building with a hip roof and two-tone brickwork. It has a concrete slab foundation and an asphalt shingle roof.
510d North Second Street (OT-659) -- 2002-2003 - Vernacular - St. Augustine Retreat Center (D) Janssen Hall - One-story retreat center with a hip roof, gabled partial porch, and two-tone brick veneer cladding. It has a concrete slab foundation and as asphalt shingle roof.
510e North Second Street (OT-660) -- 2002-2003 - Vernacular - St. Augustine Retreat Center (E) E. Mascaro Administration Bldg. - One-story, brick clad, office building with multiple, asphalt shingle, gable and shed roofs.
510f North Second Street (OT-661) -- 2002-2003 - No Style - St. Augustine Retreat Center (F) Harold R. Perry Dining Hall - One-story, cafeteria building with a front-gable roof, two-tone brick veneer cladding, decorative brick header lintels, and a shed entry stoop. It has an asphalt shingle roof, single-light aluminum windows, and a concrete slab foundation.
510g North Second Street (OT-662) -- 2002-2003 - Post Modern - St. Augustine's William J. Kelley S.V.D. Retreat Center - 1-1.5-story building with a side-gable roof and steeply pitched shed roof (half-story) clad in corrugated metal. It has a concrete slab foundation, brick veneer cladding, three-light aluminum windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
510h North Second Street (OT-663) -- 2005-2007 - Post Modern - St. Augustine's William J. Kelley S.V.D. Retreat Center - 1.5-story building with multiple steeply-pitched shed roofs. It has a concrete slab foundation, brick veneer cladding, 2 and 4-light aluminum windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
518 North Second Street (OT-664) -- c. 1880-1890 - Vernacular Center Hall - One-story, frame, vernacular Center Hall house with a hip roof, punctuated by a center gable, and full-width inset front porch supported by square wood columns. The main entrance is a double-door located at center on the main façade. Windows are 2/2 wooden double-hung-sash and 10-light wood casement windows. The building is clad in wood clapboard, and has a pressed metal roof. A gable roof addition is located at the right rear.
599 North Second Street (OT-665) -- c. 1985-1995 - Vernacular - One-story, frame vernacular residence with a front-gable roof and a partial-width inset front porch on the right bay. It has a concrete slab foundation, vinyl siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins, an asphalt shingle roof, and an attached carport.
601 North Second Street (OT-666) -- c. 1920-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Hip Roof - One-story, frame Craftsman Bungalow with a hip roof and an inset partial front porch supported by tapered wood columns. Windows are paired 6/1 wooden double-hung windows. A hipped dormer is located at center on the main façade. The house has a concrete block pier foundation, wood novelty and clapboard siding, exposed rafters, and a corrugated metal roof.
106 South Second Street (OT-667) -- 1917-1924 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w) building with a gable-on-hip roof and a full-width inset porch. Porch supports have been removed for street and sidewalk repairs. The right bay is a window with louvered shutters which were closed at time of survey. Side windows are 1/1 aluminum double-hung windows with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 sash windows. A diamond-shaped window is located on the left side. The building has a concrete block pier foundation and clapboard siding.
110 South Second Street (OT-668) -- c. 1870-1880 - Vernacular Creole Cottage - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Creole Cottage with a side-gable roof and a front porch that extends across the main façade and wraps around the right side. The second and third bays are doors; the first and fourth bays are 6/6 wood double-hung windows. There is a large, two-story historic addition on the rear; the addition has numerous sets of French doors. The building rests on brick piers, is clad in clapboard, and has a pressed metal roof.
112 South Second Street (OT-669) -- 1909 - Vernacular - Woodmen of the World Hall - Two-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) hall with a front-gable roof, rebuilt double gallery, and exterior staircase on the gable-front façade. The center double-doors have four-light transoms. Windows are 6/6 doublehung windows. The building is clad in clapboard, and has exposed rafters.
200 South Second Street (OT-677) -- c. 1860 - Cemetery - Cedar Rest Cemetery - Cedar Rest Cemetery was established on April 19, 1860 when John B. Toulme gave land to the City for the purpose of a public burial ground. At the time this cemetery was created, the City had a cemetery located at Beach Boulevard and St. Charles Street which was eroding into the bay. Reportedly, individuals from this earlier cemetery were reinterred in Cedar Rest. The second (middle) portion of the cemetery was deeded to the city on September 3, 1888 in an exchange of property with St. Luke's Church. The last section was given to the City by Joan N. Seal on November 20, 1891. Since its consecration, over 2,000 persons have been laid to rest within its boundaries. Markers are made of marble, granite, concrete and bronze, and include mausoleums, box tombs, head and foot stones, and plaques. There are numerous Woodmen of the World markers in the cemetery, demonstrating the importance of the organization in Bay St. Louis.
201 South Second Street (BD-360) -- 1950 - Commercial - 1-story stucco commercial building with stepped parapet roofline and 3-bay façade.
298 South Second Street (OT-670) -- c. 1890-1910 - Vernacular Biloxi Cottage - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) side-gable Biloxi Cottage that has a full-width, inset, front porch with turned posts, brackets, and turned spindlework. The second and third bays are single doors with transoms; the first and fourth bays are floor-length 6/8 wood double-hung-sash windows. Other windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash. The building rests on rusticated concrete block piers, is clad with clapboard, and has a corrugated metal roof.
299 South Second Street (OT-671) -- c. 1945-1955 - Commercial - The Lumberyard Art Center - Two-story, frame, mid-twentieth century warehouse with a gable roof, wraparound porch, and exposed rafters. The building is clad in novelty siding, and has a corrugated metal roof. Renovations are ongoing.
300 South Second Street (OT-672) -- 1905-1906 - Neo-Classical - City Hall - Two-story (raised), brick, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w), hip roofed, Neo-Classical style building with a pedimented porch which extends across the center three bays. The first-story porch is supported by square, brick, columns; the second story porch has round wood columns which support a full entablature and pediment. Double-door entrances are located at center on the first and second stories. Stairways located on the left and right sides of the porch lead up to the main double-door entrance, which has an elliptical transom and sidelights. The ground floor windows are star casement windows. Second story windows are 6/2 wood double-hung-sash windows with patterned transoms. These windows are repeated on the side elevations. A cupola rests on the hip roof.
301 South Second Street (OT-673) -- 1976 - Post Modern - Bay Catholic Elementary - Two-story parochial school building with a flat roof and bands of windows on the first and second stories which emphasize the horizontality of the building. The school is clad in brick, concrete block, and tile. A large addition is located on the left side.
302 South Second Street (OT-674) -- 1900-1910 - Vernacular Double Shotgun - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Double-Shotgun house with a hip roof and a full-width, inset front porch supported by replacement wood columns and balustrade. The second and third bays are single doors with transoms. Windows are 2/2 wood double-hung-sash. The house rests on brick piers, is clad in wood novelty siding, and has a small, shed-roofed addition with 6/6 wood double-hung windows on the rear façade.
304 South Second Street (OT-675) -- 1895-1905 - Double Shotgun with Craftsman alterations - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Double-Shotgun house with a hip roof and a full-width inset front porch supported by double and triple columns resting on stuccoed pedestals and closed balustrade. The porch supports and balustrade are a Craftsman era alteration. The building has two entry doors flanked by 6/6 wood double-hung windows. Side windows are also 6/6 wood double-hung-sash. The house sets on brick piers, is clad in wood clapboard siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
308 South Second Street (OT-676) -- c. 2007-2008 - Cape Cod/Post-Katrina - 1.5-story, frame, five-bay-wide (w-w-d-w-w) post-Katrina, side-gabled, Cape Cod house that has a center entrance with sidelights, transom, and 1/1 sash windows. One-story wings are set back on the left and right sides of the house. Inset porches extend across the main façade and across the wings. The building is clad in Hardy Plank. Three gabled dormers are located on the main façade.
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