116 W Scenic
116 West 1992 --- Not Listed
This picturesque, two-story, brick, Colonial Revival, gable-roofed dwelling has two pedimented dormers with casement windows. The five-bay, square columns, inset gallery with outdoor stairway was built in 1992, as a combination commercial and residential structure. It is unusual in many respects, as a commercial dwelling with architectural design favoring the Tullis-Toledano house in Biloxi. It is nicely proportioned to compliment the neighborhood with a white picket fence that fronts property.
A former owner of the original home site was Catherine Fitzpatrick.
116 ½ West (118 ½) 1870s --- located to rear of property
This site has a rear building that is a typical, one-story, gable-roofed, two-room frame cottage with an inset gallery. It has a double-leaf entrance door to each room. In 1958, the house was moved from its original location off Barkley Drive and Beach Boulevard on lands formerly owned by Tschopick.
Special Note: Access is from Second Street, or through the driveway of 116 W. Scenic.