244 Aberdeen Rd.

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Address: 244 Aberdeen Rd.

Heritage Status: None
Built:  c. 1900-1910
Builder/Architect: Probably J. Arthur Miller
Style: Greek Revival



  • This home has some elements of Greek Revival with its steeply gabled roof and central chimney at the peak. Although the original windows have been replaced, the shutters around the windows add a homey touch. Note the "L" plan and the slanted roof on the back side of the house.



  • This home was likely built by J. Arthur Miller, a lumber manufacturer. Miller owned a steam sawing and planing mill. He was also the inventor of "Miller's patent barndoor fastener".


Source: Built Heritage Files, DesBrisay Museum