All of the homes are located in or near the Charpentier Historic District and offered this tour patrons a a variety of architectural styles.
1030 Pujo Street, Rhino Rhenovators
912 Pujo Street, The Schindler Home
Landmark Registered in 1993 as The Leopold Kaufman Cottage, Circa 1895
Architectural historians describe the cottage as a double-bay shotgun cottage in brick with unique coastal south features. A few scholars consider the cottage as the unique example of a solid brick pre-twentieth century bungalow in the state, citing its unusual building style and type.
633 Cleveland, The Moreno Home
Landmark Registered in 1998 as the Arthur Humphrey House, Circa 1901
The Humphreys were involved in the lumber and construction business, and Arthur designed and built the house of locally sourced pine and cypress.
1025 Kirby Street, The Bourge Home
1112 Hodges Street, The Rhoden Home
Oliver Ryan Moss and his wife Rose Pujo Moss built this house just after the Great Fire of 1910 and upon their demise the house was deeded to their daughter Pearl Moss.
Much of what the current owners, the Richard Rhoden family, have done is to restore the house to its proper use as a residence. The most recent owners, a real estate company, had used the structure as a commercial business.