Toulme Street

105 North Toulme Street (OT-811) -- c. 1880-1900 - Queen Anne Vernacular with a later Craftsman Porch - One-story, frame, Queen Anne Vernacular dwelling with a side-gable roof. The left bay advances forming a gabled wing with diagonal comers. The side-gable extends forward into a broken slope roof which shelters a porch that fills the right front reentrant angle created by the left gable-front wing. This porch has tapered wood columns that sit on rusticated concrete block pedestals, arched openings, and a closed rusticated concrete block balustrade. These Craftsman porch elements are a later addition. Windows are replacement 1/1 vinyl double hung windows with faux muntins to replicate 2/2 sash windows. The building is clad in composite wood siding and clapboard, and has exposed rafters.
106 North Toulme Street (OT-812) -- 1917-1924 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), gable-front Bungalow with a partial-width gable-porch across the center two single-door bays. The porch is supported by square wood columns that sit on a closed, stucco-clad balustrade. The windows are replacement 2/2 aluminum double-hung-sash. The building has a concrete block pier foundation, vinyl siding, boxed eaves, and a corrugated metal roof.
107 North Toulme Street (OT-813) -- c. 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, L-shaped, Post-Katrina Neo-Bungalow with a partial-width inset porch, located in the left front reentrant angle, supported by wood columns on square pedestals. The building has composite siding, exposed rafters, and a pressed metal roof.
108 North Toulme Street (OT-814) -- 1924-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w), vernacular gable-front Bungalow with a partial-width. inset porch on the left entrance bay. The porch is supported by a tapered column set on a rusticated concrete block pedestal and has a replacement wood balustrade. Windows are replacement 1/1 vinyl double-hung-sash with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 double-hung windows. The house rests on concrete block foundation piers, is clad in vinyl siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
110 North Toulme Street (OT-815) -- 1924-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), vernacular gable-front Bungalow that has a gable entry porch with new spindlework and brackets located offset left on the gable-front façade. The original inset partial-width porch was enclosed after 1944 (per the Sanborn Fire Insurance maps). The original windows have been replaced with 6/6, 9/6, and 6/4 aluminum double-hung-sash windows. A square, louvered vent is in the front-gable end. The building rests on a continuous concrete foundation, is clad in composite wood, and has exposed rafters and a pressed metal roof.
298 North Toulme Street (OT-816) -- c. 1905-1915 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular residence with an intersecting gable roof. The right bay advances forming a shallow gable wing; the left front reentrant angle has a partially enclosed shed-roofed porch with replacement wood columns and balustrade. The house rests on concrete block piers, has composite wood siding, 6/6 vinyl doublehung windows with faux mullions, and a pressed metal roof. A shed roof addition extends across the rear and projects from the left side.
299 North Toulme Street (OT-817) -- c. 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - One-story, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), frame, side-gable house with a concrete block pier foundation, vinyl siding, 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
300 North Toulme Street (OT-818) -- c. 1905-1915 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular side-gable dwelling with a shed partial porch that extends across the right bays. The house rests on a brick pier foundation, has clapboard siding, 6/6 wood double-hung-sash windows with shutters, exposed rafters, and an asphalt shingle roof.
301 North Toulme Street (OT-819) -- c. 1945-1955 - Ranch - One-story, frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), side-gable Ranch house with shed-roofed entry porch supported by replacement turned wood posts on the center bay. The left and right bays are single and paired 6/6 vinyl doublehung windows with faux mullions. A second, side-gable section is set back and extends from the left side. The house rests on a concrete block foundation, is clad with Hardy Plank, and has a pressed metal roof.
303 North Toulme Street (OT-820) -- 1917-1924 - Vernacular - One-story, frame, vernacular house with a hip roof, exposed rafters, and gable entry porch on the right side. It has a concrete block pier foundation, wood novelty siding, replacement 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and a corrugated metal roof.
304 North Toulme Street (OT-821) -- c. 1895-1905 - Vernacular Shotgun with Craftsman elements - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w), vernacular Shotgun house that has a front-gable roof with returns and an inset, full-width, porch supported by tapered columns on brick pedestals (a Craftsman-era addition). The left bay has a Victorian door with a segmentally-arched upper light and transom. The house rests on brick piers, has clapboard siding, 6/6 wooden double-hung windows, and a corrugated metal roof. An enclosed porch and a shed roof addition are located at the rear.
306 North Toulme Street (OT-822) -- c. 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, post-Katrina Neo-Bungalow with a complex gable-on-hip roof, an inset porch over the left two bays, and a side-gable wing extending from the right side of the porch. It has vinyl siding, single and paired 6/6 vinyl double-hung windows with faux mullions, and an asphalt shingle roof.
311 North Toulme Street (OT-823) -- 1970 - Ranch - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w), brick-clad Ranch house with an attached carport set back on the right side. It has a continuous concrete foundation, arched window openings, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows and faux shutters, and an asphalt shingle hip roof.
105 South Toulme Street (OT-824) -- c. 1990-2005 - Neo-Eclectic - 2.5-story, frame house with a side-gable roof, gabled right bay, partial-width porches on all stories, vinyl siding, and a pressed metal roof.
107 South Toulme Street (OT-825) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide, gable-front Craftsman Bungalow with a partial-width, inset, porch located on the left bay. The porch is supported by a tapered column on a rusticated concrete block pedestal. Windows are replacement 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows with faux muntins to replicate 6/6 double-hung windows and have louvered shutters. A two-light window is in the front gable end. Other features include exposed rafters and brackets. The house rests on rusticated concrete block piers, is clad in wood clapboard, and has a corrugated metal roof. A shed-roofed carport has been added on the left side.
108 South Toulme Street (OT-826) -- c. 1970-1980 - Ranch - One-story, frame Ranch house with a side-gable roof and a partial-width gable porch supported by square wood columns. The building is clad in brick, and has vinyl in the gable ends. The roof is sheathed with asphalt shingles. Windows are 1/1 vinyl double-hung. A rear carport has been enclosed.
109 South Toulme Street (OT-827) -- 1940-1944 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame Craftsman Bungalow with a dominant gable-front façade and a large wing extending from the right side. A partial-width, inset front porch covers the left bays and is supported by columns that are integrated into the arched porch openings. These columns rest on square pedestals. The main entrance has sidelights, and windows are 3/2 wood double-hung-sash. Other features include knee brackets and exposed rafters. The building sets on brick piers, is clad with stucco, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
110 South Toulme Street (OT-827) -- 1950-1960 - No Style - 1-story, frame, residence with a gable-front roof and a partial-width inset porch. It has a concrete slab foundation, vinyl siding, 1/1 vinyl double-hung windows, and a pressed metal roof. Due to extensive alterations this structure no longer retains the integrity for it to be a contributing structure in the district.
202 South Toulme Street (OT-829) -- c. 1880-1900 - Shotgun with a Lateral Wing - Louis Piernas House - One-story, frame Shotgun with a Lateral Wing with a gable-on-hip roof and an inset porch that extends across the gable-on-hip façade and wraps around the left side, filling the angle created by the left lateral wing. The porch is supported by slender wood columns with new brackets. The wing is a historic addition which dates between 1904 and 1909. The original doors include a Queen Anne front door and French doors with shutters on the south façade and a set of French doors without shutters on the front of the wing. Doors have two-light transoms. Other windows are 6/6 double-hung windows with shutters. The house is clad in clapboard and the eaves are decorated with verge board.
204 South Toulme Street (OT-828) -- 1945-1950 - Commercial - W.A. McDonald & Sons - Two-story, mid-twentieth century warehouse with a plain parapet. The building is clad in brick, concrete block, and metal. The roof is clad in corrugated metal. The building has an inset center entrance flanked by large windows which are currently boarded, but which emphasize the horizontal lines of the building. It rests on a concrete slab foundation.
206 South Toulme Street (OT-831) -- c. 1890-1910 - Queen Anne Vernacular - One-story, frame, gable-front vernacular dwelling with Queen Anne details. The entrance is located offset left and is set in an inset porch that extends across the right bay (6/6 window) and wrapping around the left side of the building. A window (currently boarded) is in the gable end. The building is clad in a variety of decorative shingle work and clapboard. The right gable extends out to shelter a cutaway bay. Brackets adorn the squared wood porch supports. Windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash. The building rests on brick and concrete block foundation piers.
209 South Toulme Street (OT-830) -- 1945-1955 - Commercial - W. A. McDonald & Sons - One-story, mid-twentieth century commercial building that has a gable-roof with plain parapet and center entrance flanked by wide window bays, that emphasize the horizontality of the building. The structure is constructed of concrete block and has brick cladding on the main façade. The windows are currently boarded.
301 South Toulme Street (OT-832) -- 1924-1930 - Commercial - W. A. McDonald & Sons Hardware Store - Two-story, frame, early twentieth century commercial building with a gable-front roof and a unique full-width metal waffle porch roof, a later addition. The building has exposed rafters and brackets in the gable end. Windows are 6/6 double-hung; large replacement storefront windows are on the gable-front façade. The building sits on brick and concrete block piers. Cladding is corrugated metal, brick, and clapboard. A large rear addition was added between 1930 and 1944 (per Sanborn Fire Insurance maps).
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