2108 Cherry Street
The Old Feld House is one of the most architecturally significant residences of early twentieth century Mississippi. It is a significant example of Neo-Classical Revival style, with a rarely-seen degree of finish. In Mississippi, the Neo-Classical Revival style was most often expressed in domestic architecture in terms of a lingering Colonial Revival taste. The Old Feld House is a unique rejection of the lingering Colonial Revival style. By its use of Palladian arches, piazzas, wide bracketed eaves, and a prominent blue-tile roof, a Mediterranean connotation is successfully evoked.
The Craig-Flowers Home, also known as “Great Hope Manor,” ca 1906
one with curved glazing and door frames, all feature operable double fully-glazed doors with operable transoms and sidelights. Even the curved end bay doors are hinged.