Submitted by Mary Katherine Adams
This elegant home was built by Dr. Mozart Rainold near the turn of the 20th Century --- It is architecturally described as a story-and-a-half, frame dwelling with both bungaloid and Colonial Revival detailing. A two-bay shed-roofed dormer projects from the gable roof. An inset gallery features truncated octagonal columns carrying a central pediment and paneled square columns. A white picket fence fronts the property.
A prior owner was Sidney Haas who owned the Haas Seafood Factory in the Harbor that was destroyed by Hurricane Betsy in 1965. Other previous owners were the families of Stanley Butte, and Gerald Yeager, and Benjamin Baggett.