The most photographed house on the island is the pretty turquoise-and-white Loyalist Cottage, one of the original settlers' homes (circa 1797) on Bay Street. You can't go inside; it's privately owned. Many other old houses are in the area, with gingerbread trim and picket fences. Amusing names include Beside the Point, Up Yonder, and The Royal Termite.
Bay St, Harbour Island, Bahamas