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Robert H. Neeland Residence

427 Norah Street South

This address was first inhabited in 1914 by Robert H. Neeland, the general manager of Ray Street and Company.  One architectural feature of this home is the flat, gently pitched roof that extends beyond the walls in deep, projecting eaves. The house has a simple, clean design and lacks the ornamentation found in earlier architectural styles such as Queen Anne. The residence also has a large shed-style dormer and rectangular windows divided with glazing bars.

Robert H. Neeland Residence