Bond-Grant House

Constructed c. 1904, the Bond-Grant House is a fine local example of how Colonial Revival Style designs were blended for use in the Queen Anne Style. One of the most striking features of the Bond-Grant House is the leaded glass entryway, which is a replica of the original. The plans for the house were created by Tennessee-based, mail-order architect George F. Barber, while materials were supplied by local building firms. This house was moved in 2006 from its original location across the street and is now used as the offices of Biloxi Main Street.


932 Howard Avenue, Biloxi, MS
(228) 435 6339