Address: 100-102 Prince Street
Heritage Status: None
Built: c889-1900 Builder/Architect: Unknown
Style: Greek Revival



Pair of gable roofed houses on the same lot constructed in a way that gives a very simple and humble appearance. One house still has original hood mouldings above the windows and door.




Louisa Brown purchased this lot in 1889 from Alexander Stewart, a joiner, and built both houses shortly afterwards. Louisa Brown was the widow of Peter Brown, a native of Glasgow, Scotland. Upon her death, Louisa Brown willed it to her grandson, Dewey Eisener, who then willed it to his mother, Lilly M. Eisener.