Washington Street

115 Washington Street (OT-886) -- 1890-1904 - Vernacular - Two-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) house with a low-pitched hip roof; the right bay advances forming a shallow gabled wing with diagonal comers and gable returns. A hipped-roof porch extends across the main façade. The entrance is located on the third bay. All windows, doors and porch supports were replaced after Hurricane Katrina. The house sits on a continuous brick foundation, is clad with wood clapboards, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
119 Washington Street (OT-887) -- 1909 - Craftsman Bungalow - 1.5-story, wood frame, Craftsman Bungalow with a multi-gable roof sheathed with faux slate shingles. A porch, which is sheltered by the intersecting side-gable roof, extends across the right bay on the gable-front façade and wraps around the right side. The porch is supported by paired, tapered wood columns resting on a random rubble wall. The left bay on the gable-front façade is a triple, 12/1 wood double-hung-sash window with window box. Other bays are 12/1 wood double-hung-sash and paired 10-light casement windows. Additional stylistic elements include window boxes, exposed rafters, decorative beams, and wood shingle cladding.
123 Washington Street (OT-888) -- 2006-2008 - Shotgun/Post-Katrina - One-story, two-bay-wide (w-d) Shotgun-form house that has a gable-front roof and full-width inset porch with wood posts and balustrade. The door with transom is on the right bay. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad with Hardy Plank, and has a pressed metal panel roof. The front gable end is decorated with shingle work. The gable roof has a slightly steeper roof pitch than the historic Shotgun houses in Bay St. Louis.
127 Washington Street (OT-889) -- 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - One-story, rectangular plan, five-bay-wide (w-w-w-d-w) dwelling with a continuous concrete sill foundation, Hardy Plank cladding, and a side-gable asphalt shingle roof. An inset porch with square posts and balustrade extends across the full width of the main façade. Windows are 3/1 double-hung-sash with shutters.
200 Washington Street (OT-890) -- c. 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - One-story, frame, prefabricated building that has a front-gable roof and wraparound porch with square wood columns. It has a concrete block pier foundation, Hardy Plank cladding, faux 9/9 vinyl double-hung windows, and an asphalt shingle roof.
209 Washington Street (OT-891) -- 1917-1924 - Craftsman Bungalow - One-story, wood frame Craftsman Bungalow supported by a pier foundation, clad with Hardy Plank siding, and sheltered by an asphalt shingle intersecting gable roof. The primary façade is a gable-front with a full-width, inset screened porch supported by tapered columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals. The windows are 6/1 and 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows with shutters. A four-light diamond-shaped window is in the front-gable end. The building has exposed rafter tails.
209b Washington Street (OT-892) -- 2006-2008 - Post-Katrina Coastal Arch. - Two-story, rectangular, frame house erected on a concrete slab foundation, clad with Hardy Plank siding, and sheltered by a side-gable, asphalt shingle roof with exposed rafters. The second story overhangs the first story. An inset porch located on the second-story extends across the left two bays.
212 Washington Street (OT-893) -- 1944-1959 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, wood frame, vernacular gable-front Bungalow with an inset porch on the left bay. The house is supported by concrete block piers, clad with novelty siding, and has a picture window on the right bay. It has single and paired 6/6 wood double-hung windows.
216 Washington Street (OT-894) -- 1917-1924 - Vernacular - One-story, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), frame house with a side-gable (clipped) roof; the roofline extends to form a hip roof that shelters a full-width inset front porch with wood supports, scroll-sawn balustrade, and exposed rafters. The second and third bays are single doors. Windows are 6/6 wood double-hung-sash. A shed addition extends from the right side. The house is clad in vinyl siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
217 Washington Street (OT-895) -- 1914 - Vernacular Creole Cottage - One-story, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), frame Creole Cottage with side-gable roof and full-width inset porch supported by wood posts with new decorative brackets. The second and third bay doors have transoms. Windows are 6/6 double-hung-sash with faux shutters. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad with clapboard siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof. A side-gable addition extends from the left side. The windows on the front façade of the wing are paired, 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows.
221 Washington Street (OT-896) -- 1924-1930 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, wood frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) front-gable, Craftsman Bungalow. A partial-width, gable porch supported by tapered columns on square balustrades extends across the left two bays. A paneled entry door with large upper light is located offset left on the gable-front façade; it is flanked by single and paired 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad with wood novelty siding, and has a corrugated metal roof. Other features include decorative beams and exposed rafter tails.
222 Washington Street (OT-897) -- 1975 - No Style - One-story, wood frame gable-front dwelling supported by a concrete slab foundation, and clad with vertically-scored composite wood panels. An inset carport is located on the left side.
223 Washington Street (OT-898) -- 1904-1909 - Vernacular Shotgun - One-story, wood frame, two-bay-wide (w-d) vernacular Shotgun house with a gable-on-hip roof and a full-width, inset porch with replacement wood posts. A shed wing extends from the right rear. The house rests on a brick pier foundation, is clad with vinyl siding, and has a corrugated metal panel roof.
224 Washington Street (OT-899) -- 1940 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular, wood frame, vinyl clad, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) gable-front Craftsman Bungalow. A partial-width, gable porch extends across the left two bays, and is supported by paired tapered columns on battered pedestals. The entrance is located offset left; the first and third bays are single and paired 4/1 doublehung wood sash windows. A small, six-light window is in the gable end. Other stylistic features include exposed rafters and decorative beams.
226 Washington Street (OT-900) -- c. 1890-1905 - Shotgun with a Lateral Wing - One-story, wood frame, two-bay-wide (d-w), vernacular Shotgun with a Lateral Wing that has a gable-front roof that shelters a full-width inset porch. The house has 6/6 and 2/2 double-hung wood sash windows, decorative shingles in the gable end, and boxed eaves. The dwelling rests on brick and concrete block piers, is clad with vinyl siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
230 Washington Street (OT-901) -- 1928-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular, wood frame, two-bay-wide (d-w), vernacular gable-front Bungalow with an inset porch on the left bay. The porch is supported by a tapered column set on a rusticated concrete block pedestal. The house sits on rusticated concrete block piers, is clad with vinyl siding, and has a corrugated metal panel roof. A hexagonal-shaped louvered vent is in the gable end.
231 Washington Street (OT-902) -- c. 1945-1960 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, wood frame, three-bay-wide (w-w-d), vernacular gable-front Bungalow with an inset porch that extends across the second and third bays. Windows are replacement single and paired double-hung-sash windows. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad with aluminum siding, and has a corrugated metal panel roof.
232 Washington Street (OT-903) -- 1928-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular, wood frame, two-bay-wide (d-w), vernacular gable-front Bungalow with an inset porch that extends across the left entry bay. The porch is supported by a tapered wood column on a rusticated concrete block pedestal. The house has 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows. It rests on concrete block piers, is clad with clapboards, and has exposed rafters and a corrugated metal roof.
234 Washington Street (OT-904) -- c. 1925-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, rectangular, wood frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), vernacular gable-front Bungalow with an inset porch that extends across the left two bays. The windows are 1/1 double-hung-sash with louvered shutters. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad with wood novelty siding, and has exposed rafters and a pressed metal roof.
235 Washington Street (OT-905) -- 1880 - Creole Cottage with later Craftsman elements - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Creole Cottage with a side-gable roof and a full-width inset porch supported by tapered wood columns on brick pedestals (the supports are a Craftsman era alteration). The house rests on brick piers, is clad with Hardy Plank, and has a pressed metal panel roof.
239 Washington Street (OT-906) -- c. 1945-1955 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, two-bay-wide (d-w), vernacular gable-front Bungalow with a partial-width gable porch on the left bay. Windows are 2/2 double-hung-sash. The house is supported by a continuous concrete sill, and clad in stucco.
241 Washington Street (OT-907) -- 1925 - Craftsman Bungalow/Gable-Front/Double-Shotgun - One-story, gable-front, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Craftsman Bungalow (Double-Shotgun) with a gable-front roof that shelters a full-width, inset, porch supported by square wood columns on brick pedestals. Craftsman doors are located on the second and third bays. Windows are replacement 1/1 double-hung-sash. The house rests on brick piers, is clad with clapboard siding, and has exposed rafters and a pressed metal roof.
246 Washington Street (OT-908) -- 1951 - Vernacular - One-story, rectangular plan, wood frame, vernacular dwelling supported by concrete block piers, and clad with clapboard siding. It has an asphalt shingle, side-gabled, broken slope roof with an inset full-width porch. Windows are paired 6/6 double-hung-sash wood windows.
247 Washington Street (OT-909) -- 1924-1930 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front/Double-Shotgun - One-story, wood frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w), vernacular gable-front Bungalow (Double-Shotgun form) with a full-width inset porch supported by turned columns and one square column set on brick pedestals. The doors on the gable-front façade are single doors with transoms. The house rests on brick piers, is clad with novelty siding, and has a corrugated metal roof. A shallow wing is on the left side.
250 Washington Street (OT-910) -- 2006-2008 - Katrina Cottage - One-story, rectangular, Shotgun-form, Katrina Cottage supported by a foundation of concrete block piers, clad in Hardy Plank siding, and sheltered by a hipped roof sheathed with pressed metal panels. Character defining features include a full-width inset porch and exposed rafter tails.
251 Washington Street (OT-911) -- 1960 - Vernacular - One-story, wood frame, vernacular side-gable dwelling with a partial-width, enclosed shed porch on the left bays. Windows are three-light aluminum jalousie windows. The house has a concrete slab foundation, scalloped asbestos shingle siding, exposed rafters, and an asphalt shingle roof.
253 Washington Street (OT-912) -- 1960 - Minimal Traditional - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) Minimal Traditional dwelling with a multi-gable roof, and wood novelty siding. The first and fourth bays advance forming shallow gabled wings; a porch fills the space in between the two wings and is supported by wood bracketed posts. The first and fourth bays have paired 2/2 double-hung wood sash windows. The third bay is a picture window with a large, fixed center light flanked by narrow sidelights. The single-door entrance is on the third bay.
258 Washington Street (OT-913) -- c. 1990-2000 - No Style - One-story, frame, side-gable dwelling supported by a foundation of concrete block piers, clad with vinyl siding, and sheltered by an asphalt shingle roof.
259 Washington Street (OT-914) -- 1900-1917 - Vernacular - One-story, L-shaped, frame vernacular dwelling supported by concrete block piers, clad in composite wood panels, and sheltered by an intersecting gable roof sheathed with asphalt shingles. Other features include 6/6 double-hung wood sash windows and exposed rafter tails.
260 Washington Street (OT-915) -- 1948 - Vernacular Bungalow - One-story, rectangular, wood frame, side-gable, vernacular Bungalow. The house is clad in stucco. Windows are paired 3/1 double-hung wood sash windows. Other features include exposed rafters and a chimney located inside right.
264 Washington Street (OT-916) -- 1960 - No Sty le - One-story, T-shaped, masonry dwelling with a concrete slab foundation, concrete block walls, and a side-gable roof sheathed in asphalt shingles. The building lacks the integrity necessary to be a contributing building in the historic district.
300 Washington Street (OT-917) -- 1961 - Modern - One-story Modem filling station with a concrete slab foundation, concrete block walls, and a flat roof. The former filling station has two segmented overhead doors composed of single fixed lights held by aluminum frames and a cut comer with a wide awning that connects the building to the concrete pump island.
301 Washington Street (OT-918) -- c. 1880-1900 - Creole Cottage - One-story, rectangular, wood frame, vernacular Creole Cottage supported by brick piers, clad with vinyl siding, and sheltered by a side-gable corrugated metal roof. The third-bay door has been removed. A full-width inset porch with replacement decorative iron supports extends across the main façade. Windows are 6/6 double-hung-sash.
307 Washington Street (OT-919) -- c. 2006-2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, post-Katrina Neo-Bungalow supported by concrete block piers, clad with Hardy Plank, and sheltered by a front-gable corrugated metal roof. A partial-width, gable porch extends across the left two advancing bays.
310 Washington Street (OT-920) -- c. 1960 - Modern - One-story, Modem filling station with a concrete slab foundation, concrete block walls, and a flat roof sheathed with asphalt shingles. A door is on the center bay; the left bay is a paired window. Character defining features include a segmented garage bay on the main façade, and a hip roofed awning connecting the building to the concrete pump island.
311 Washington Street (OT-921) -- 1910-1917 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, gable-front Bungalow that has a partial-width gable porch (now enclosed) on the left bay with massive square columns and closed balustrade. A door has been cut on the right bay. A shed addition is on the left side, and a garage has been added on the right side. The house rests on concrete piers, is clad with Hardy Plank, and has an asphalt shingle roof. The house lacks the integrity necessary to be a contributing building in the historic district.
394-400 Washington Street (OT-922) -- c. 1960-1970 - No Style - One-story, light industrial building that sits on a concrete slab. It is composed of multiple sections, the most recent being a Butler Building that faces Central Avenue.
400 Washington Street (OT-923) -- c. 1970 - Ranch - One-story, frame Ranch house supported by a concrete slab foundation, clad with brick veneer, and sheltered by a hipped roof sheathed in asphalt shingles. An inset carport is on the left side.
401 Washington Street (OT-924) -- c. 1950-1960 - No Style - Robinson Chapel Church of God - One-story, rectangular, concrete block church building supported by a concrete block sill foundation, and sheltered by a side-gable roof sheathed with asphalt shingles. A concrete block addition was being appended to the east elevation of the structure at the time of survey.
405 Washington Street (OT-925) -- 1930-1944 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame, vernacular gable-front Bungalow with a partially-enclosed gabled porch on the left side of the gable-front façade. The house sits on concrete piers, is clad with composite wood siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof. The porch has exposed rafters.
411 Washington Street (OT-926) -- 1983 - Ranch - One-story, frame Ranch house with a concrete slab foundation, brick veneer cladding, and an asphalt shingle roof with wide eaves.
412 Washington Street (OT-927) -- 1910 - Creole Cottage/Craftsman Alterations - 1.5-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) Creole Cottage with Craftsman alterations. The house has a side-gable roof and a full-width inset porch supported by square columns on rusticated concrete block pedestals. A shed dormer with two, six-light windows is at center on the main façade. The second and third bays are doors with transoms; first and fourth bays are double-hung-sash windows. The dwelling has exposed rafters, clapboard siding, and a pressed metal panel roof.
414 Washington Street (OT-928) -- 1900 - Vernacular Creole Cottage - One-story, wood frame, four-bay-wide (w-d-d-w) vernacular Creole Cottage that has a side-gable roof and full-width inset porch with replacement wood columns and aluminum balustrade. Windows are 6/6 double-hung-sash with faux muntins and faux louvered shutters. The house rests on concrete block piers, is clad with aluminum siding, and has a pressed metal panel roof.
418 Washington Street (OT-930) -- c. 1900-1924 - Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, frame vernacular dwelling that may have begun as a gable-on-hip dwelling with a full-width inset porch. At some time, the porch was enclosed. The building rests on concrete block piers, is clad in vinyl siding, and sheltered by a roof sheathed with pressed metal panels.
419 Washington Street (OT-931) -- c. 2006 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), frame Neo-Bungalow supported by a timber-pier-in-concrete foundation. It is clad in composite wood siding, and sheltered by a front-gable roof sheathed with asphalt shingles.
420 Washington Street (OT-932) -- 1950 - Ranch - One-story, L-plan, Ranch house supported by a concrete slab foundation. It has concrete block walls, and is sheltered by a hipped roof sheathed with asphalt shingles. Character defining elements include brick veneer cladding on the primary elevation, an inset full-width porch with square supports and decorative concrete balustrade, 2/2 and 1/1 double-hung aluminum windows, and wide eaves.
422 Washington Street (OT-933) -- 2007 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, frame, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) gable-front Neo-Bungalow supported by a concrete sill foundation, clad with Hardy Plank siding, and sheltered by an asphalt shingle roof. A partial-width gable porch with square wood supports and balustrade extends across the right three bays. Windows are single and paired 3/1 double-hung-sash windows.
423 Washington Street (OT-934) -- 1972 - Vernacular - One-story, wood frame, three-bay-wide (w-d-w) vernacular house supported by a concrete slab foundation, clad with composite wood, and sheltered by a side-gable roof sheathed with asphalt shingles.
431 Washington Street (OT-935) -- 1961 - Ranch - One-story, L-shaped, four-bay-wide (w-w-d-w) Ranch house with concrete block walls and a concrete slab foundation. The right bay advances forming a shallow gabled wing. Windows are 2/2 double-hung aluminum windows. The house has boxed eaves and a side-gabled, asphalt shingle roof.
432 Washington Street (OT-936) -- c. 1945 - Vernacular Bungalow/Gable-Front - One-story, wood frame, gable-front Bungalow supported by a foundation of rusticated concrete block piers, clad with wood novelty and vinyl siding, and sheltered by a metal roof. Windows are single and paired replacement 1/1 sash windows. An inset porch is on the right bay.
434 Washington Street (OT-937) -- 1920 - Vernacular Shotgun - One-story, wood frame, three-bay-wide Shotgun dwelling with a gable-on-hip roof and a full-width inset porch with replacement columns. The house has clapboard siding, exposed rafters, and asphalt shingles.
436 Washington Street (OT-938) -- 2008 - Neo-Bungalow - One-story, three-bay-wide (w-d-w), gable-front Neo-Bungalow that has a full-width inset porch with wood supports. The house has a concrete slab foundation, is clad with vinyl siding, and has an asphalt shingle roof.
440 Washington Street (OT-939) -- c. 1890-1910 - Shotgun/L-galleried - One-story, frame, vernacular L-galleried Shotgun with cutaway bays in the gable ends. An inset porch extends across the primary elevation and wraps around the right side of the house. There are multiple doors that open onto the porch. The house rests on brick piers, is clad with clapboards, and has an intersecting gable roof sheathed in corrugated metal. This house is currently undergoing restoration.
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