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Glenda B wrote a review Mar 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado9 contributions10 helpful votes
First trip to the area and wanted to see places of historical interest. Charles Redding built this home in l908, it is the only surviving downtown Biloxi mansion.
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Michael P wrote a review Jan 2020
Victoria, Texas88 contributions37 helpful votes
Got a brochure from the City Hall as to what we could see by walking around downtown Biloxi. This place had a dor sale sign in front of it. Need to take off your brochure.
Date of experience: October 2019
1 Helpful vote
Joe wrote a review Oct 2019
Could only see from the outside as it looks like it is for sale or someone lives there. Nice looking building but no signs showing history or anything else. Won't go there again...great parking because near a hospital.
Date of experience: September 2019
The_Loup_Garou wrote a review Feb 2018
Phoenix, Arizona158,223 contributions2,400 helpful votes
I grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and though in Gulfport (13 miles away), remember the Redding House in downtown Biloxi, from my youth. Both of my parents worked at Keesler Air Force Base, so we spent quite a bit of time in Biloxi, and the Redding House always caught my attention. Back then (early 1950's) it was but one of several mansions in downtown Biloxi, but, in my opinion, the grandest, and is the last one standing today. Two things, that I was unaware of, were that it had become a wedding/event venue, and that it was also for sale. It appeared that it has been closed as an event venue, and is being prepped for a sale. It was closed up, but we did take quite a while to stroll around the property. While I remember the basic structure, from my childhood, I am not familiar with the damage done by Hurricane Katrina, and then what was restored afterward. The house looked just as I remembered it – a grand Colonial Revival with wrapping porches on two levels, with a smaller 3rd level gallery in the front. I almost wish that we had scheduled a tour from the realtor, as I have never seen the interior, but from photographs. However, we are not looking for retirement property in Biloxi, so that would have been inappropriate. Maybe, should the home be sold, and opened to the public, I can get my chance, on another visit? Historic, and very lovely to behold, I would definitely recommend that one stop to see an example of many of the lovely homes, which once graced downtown Biloxi.…
Date of experience: February 2018
2 Helpful votes
Sheila D wrote a review Dec 2016
1 contribution6 helpful votes
This is an event venue only. Cannot just walk in. We tried to walk in but was told it was only for events
Date of experience: December 2016