Location Information
(for the Tullis-Toledano House)
Name:Tullis-Toledano House [Tullis Manor, Philbrick (Filbrick) House, Pradat House]
Address:360 Beach Boulevard
947 Beach Boulevard, East
City/County:Biloxi, Harrison County
Architectural Information
Construction Date:c.1856
Architectural Styles(s):Greek Revival
No. of Stories:2.5
Destroyed:Aug. 29, 2005 (Hurricane Katrina)
Registration Information
NR Listing Date:05 Nov 1976
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Mississippi Landmark Information
Book/Vol. No.:V. 189, p. 449
Local Designation Information
Local District Name:East Central Historic District
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Local Landmark Listing Date:07 Sep 2010
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One of the most substantial and elaborate of the vacation homes constructed on the Mississippi Gulf Coast during the early peak period of the area's popularity in the 1850s. Important as a sophisticated blend of academic and regional design elements, practically executed with the best available local building materials. The entire complex was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and a casino barge on 29 August 2005.

It was individually listed on the National Register on 5 November 1976. It was designated a Mississippi Landmark on 10 June 1987.

This house is included in "Shrines to Yesterday" (1968); "Historic Architecture in Mississippi" (1973) (pp.92-93, as "Woodlawn"); "Maritime Biloxi (Images of America)" (2000) (p. 20); "Great Houses of Mississippi" (2004) (pp.54-56); and "Biloxi (Images of America)" (2009) (p. 69). [HABS: MS-15 (1936)]