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Ross Residence

400 Catherine Street South
Constructed: 1911
Architect: W. Hood & H. Scott

This house was built for William Ross, an engineer with the Canadian Pacific Railway who later became the treasurer of Northern Engineering. This two-and-a-half-storey Tudor Revival home was constructed of red sandstone which can also be seen on 400 Archibald Street. Notable architectural features include the massive three-storey portico on the facade and the truncated hipped roof. The north and south slopes of the roof each have a chimney.  This house fits beautifully in the surrounding neighbourhood.

Ross Residence