Elegance, style, and charm – this distinguished and well preserved Victorian style home has been a cornerstone in Pascagoula for over 115 years and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Known as the Gautier-Gill House and built in 1906 by Eugene Gautier, a prominent lumber family and civic leader in Jackson County. Lovingly renovated with moderncomforts while maintaining original architectural features, the house sits on 1.29 dual zoned acres (residential and commercial) and is located in sought out Lake Avenue area. This unique and beautiful home boasts over 4800 sq ft of living space. The main floor features 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 full baths, elegant dining and parlor, breathtaking breakfast room, open kitchen with mahogany cabinetry, grand foyer and laundry. Upstairs includes an additional 4 large bedrooms, 2 full baths, attic storage and spacious landing. Original hardwood floors, pocket doors, 12 ft ceilings, stunning chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling windows and beadboard accentuates the masterful craftsmanship throughout. Enjoy swinging on the gorgeous wrap around porch with commanding spun pillars and spindles, and views of the magnificent 300+ year old live oaks, pecan, mature fruit trees and the brilliance of the historic Round Island Lighthouse. Large fenced in backyard, garage and carport. Many recent upgrades, including a new roof, bathrooms, bedrooms and fresh paint (2021). This home has withstood every hurricane that has ravaged the Gulf Coast without flooding and has storm windows for additional protection. Walking distance to restaurants, downtown, grocery store, parks, boat launch, Lake Elementary, Krebs Lake and the LaPointe-Krebs House and Museum (the oldest structure in the Mississippi Valley). This historic home has been meticulously cared for to preserve its heritage, structural integrity and southern charm. Perfect for a B&B or private residence.
Updated on September 7, 2021 at 8:08 pm