SHADOWLAWN ON THE GULF
Pass Christian, Mississippi
Only one block to Gulf white sand beach.
Shadowlawn on the Gulf is one of the oldest subdivisions in the historical town of Pass Christian. This great two story house is one of two of the last original homes of Shadowlawn on the Gulf. This house has been updated in all the right places. New roof, Attic ventilation, New hardwood and tile floors except for original hardwoods, No carpet, Great for orientals or area rugs, 3 Vintage-era bathrooms restorations with all of the conveniences, Front porch, steps, deck and historical wrought iron restoration, New front lawn, Electrical, Plumbing, Kitchen have been upgraded while still keeping the charm of the original home, 10 foot ceilings throughout the main floor, LR, DR, 3 BR 2 Baths All hardwoods except ceramic tile in the kitchen & baths. The huge finished portion of the first floor is the perfect place for entertaining with ceramic tile floors, built in bar, fireplace, separate laundry room, work room, full bathroom, two unfinished storage rooms and even an outdoor shower. All of this only 1 block to the beach!
"Gently resting on a peninsula into the Mississippi Sound and Gulf of Mexico, Pass Christian is a vibrant and diverse community of residences, two harbors, two parks, a seafood industry, and several small businesses."
"In 1817, Mississippi became a State. Steamboat service was inaugurated between New Orleans and Mobile in 1827. Lighthouses were constructed at the Pass and at Cat Island in 1831."
Our newly constructed members-only marina features fifteen slips with water and electrical service, which are offered on an annual lease basis. We also have a one-ton boat hoist and reserved dry storage spaces.
"Yachting in the south was born in Pass Christian. The first regatta was promoted at the Pass Christian Hotel and held on July 21, 1849. Citing a New Orleans newspaper The Crescent, “It was a gala day at the Pass. The quiet harbor was thronged with boats, gay with streamers and manned by athletic crews…” Twelve sailboats lined up at the start of the triangular course, and the Flirt of Biloxi won the Silver pitcher with the Anna of the Pass in second. By the end of the evening the Southern Regatta Club was organized with Pass Christian as its headquarters."
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