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1024 W Beach
1024 W Beach circa 1895
Set behind a grove of live oak is the extraordinarily graceful grand stairway of this colonial revival home.  Of historical interest is a pair of small cottages on the grounds that date to the 1840s, which are among the oldest surviving structures in the Pass.  Long known as the Stith-Morse house, 1024 was once owned by the widow of The Capt. Joseph T. Jones, the developer of Gulfport.  The interior has many magnificent accouterments.

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