West Commerce Street Historic District in Aberdeen, Mississippi is a historic district that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.It includes properties with street numbers from 721 to 919 on the odd-numbered side of W. Commerce St., and from 730 to 900 on the even-numbered side. It is all residential.It consists of 14 contributing houses, built between 1840 and c. 1938, and one contributing structure (a garage) and their outbuildings, with two non-contributing structures interspersed. Among these is the Reuben Davis House, which is separately listed on the National Register.The houses and corresponding structures are: 721 W. Commerce (1840), the Mark Prewett House (Panola), Greek Revival727 W. Commerce (c. 1935), Charlie Clark House, Georgian Revival, and its contributing two-story Georgian Revival garage (c. 1935)729 W. Commerce (c. 1915), a -story house with porte cochere, with Colonial Revival influence.730 W. Commerce (1840), Col. Abner Prewett House (Prewett Place). -story, Greek Revival.732 W. Commerce (1850) Dr. William Alfred Sykes House (The Magnolias). A two-story, Greek Revival. Pivotal. Also contributing are its one-story kitchen and its one-story well house, and a non-contributing other outbuilding.803 W. Commerce (1847/1853) Reuben Davis House (Sunset Hill). This two-story central-hall plan house fronted by a portico with "eight massive fluted Doric columns." Greek Revival. Pivotal.807 W. Commerce (c. 1925) Bungalow.800 W. Commerce (c. 1945) Bungalow influence, non-contributing.806 W. Commerce (c. 1845) John Goodwin House. One-story, brick Greek Revival.810 W. Commerce (c. 1900) Free classic Queen Anne.900 W. Commerce (1905) H. B. Sanders House. A two-story bungalow.901 W. Commerce (c. 1955) -story, brick ranch style house, non-contributing.905 W. Commerce (1938) -story, five-bay-wide, brick house.915 W. Commerce (1887) The Andrew J. Brown House (The Oaks). -story frame house. Free classic Queen Anne. And its (c. 1905) garage, and its (c. 1905) gazebo.919 W. Commerce (c. 1885/1937) The Castle. -story house with a polygonal tower. Gothic Revival.
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