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Richard Morgan Residence

326 Marks Street South

First listed in 1914, this house was owned by Richard C. Morgan, a terminal superintendent with the Canadian Pacific Railway. The home is constructed of red brick and has many interesting architectural features, including  prominent verges and eaves as well as a large triangular dormer on the facade highlighted with a stylized Palladian window. The projecting columns on the facade give the house three distinct bays. A porch extends the length of the facade.

Richard Morgan Residence