Mobile Heritage Houses Photos

The past wealth of Mobile, Alabama lead to hundreds of mansions & houses in a variety of styles in several heritage neighborhoods.

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Historic Oakleigh Museum House built by cotton trader James Roper. Mobile, AL.Lott House. Mobile, AL.Mansion to left of Burgess-Maschmeyer House. Mobile, AL.Burgess-Maschmeyer House now home of President of University of Mobile. Mobile, AL.
Historic Oakleigh Museum House (1833) (350 Oakleigh St.) built by cotton trader James Roper. Mobile, AL. On National Register.Lott House (1908) (160 Rapier Ave.). Mobile, AL. Style: Classic Revival.Mansion to left of Burgess-Maschmeyer House (1205 Government St.). Mobile, AL.Burgess-Maschmeyer House (1907) (1209 Government St.) now home of President of University of Mobile. Mobile, AL. Style: Renaissance Revival. Architect: George B. Rogers.
G.C. Clarke House. Mobile, AL.Henry Tacon House. Mobile, AL.Porch details of Queen Anne-style Henry Tacon House. Mobile, AL.House with curved verandah. Mobile, AL.
G.C. Clarke House (1907) (1211 Government St.). Mobile, AL.Henry Tacon House (1901) (1216 Government St.). Mobile, AL. Style: Queen Anne.Porch details of Queen Anne-style Henry Tacon House. Mobile, AL.House with curved verandah (104 S. Georgia St.). Mobile, AL.
Queen-Anne-style house in Old Dauphin Way heritage district. Mobile, AL.Shepard House. Mobile, AL.Queen Anne turret of Shepard House. Mobile, AL.Neoclassical heritage house in Midtown historic district of Mobile. Mobile, AL.
Queen-Anne-style house in Old Dauphin Way heritage district. Mobile, AL.Shepard House (1897) (1552 Monterey Place). Mobile, AL. Style: Queen Anne. Architect: George Franklin Barber. On National Register.Queen Anne turret of Shepard House. Mobile, AL.Neoclassical heritage house in Midtown historic district of Mobile. Mobile, AL.
Classical Revival style house. Mobile, AL.Arts & Crafts style house. Mobile, AL.R.C. Macy House. Mobile, AL.Bragg-Mitchell Mansion. Mobile, AL.
Classical Revival style house (1935) (213 Levert Ave.). Mobile, AL.Arts & Crafts style house (1661 Dauphin St.). Mobile, AL.R.C. Macy House (1867) (1569 Dauphin St.). Mobile, AL. Style: Carpenter Gothic. Architect: Andrew Jackson Downing.Bragg-Mitchell Mansion (1855) (1906 Springhill Ave.). Mobile, AL. Style: Greek revival + Italianate.
Columns of Bragg-Mitchell Mansion. Mobile, AL.Vincent-Doan House. Mobile, AL.Oblique view of Vincent-Doan House. Mobile, AL.Hospital complex. Mobile, AL.
Columns of Bragg-Mitchell Mansion. Mobile, AL.Vincent-Doan House (now Mobile Medical Museum) (c1826) (1664 Springhill Ave.). Mobile, AL.Oblique view of Vincent-Doan House. Mobile, AL.Hospital complex (1720 Springhill Ave.). Mobile, AL.

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