Historic HousesThe photo shows a shot of Teeter house found at 218 McLean Avenue. Teeter House was built in the popular bungalow style of its time.

218 McLean Avenue

Please do not enter any of the residential Heritage Houses — people still live there!

This home was built in 1916 for Rev. Chancellor Teeter, pastor of Wesley Methodist Church. It was designed by his nephew and architect, George Teeter. Built in the bungalow style, which was then popular, with wood shingles over horizontal siding, this house included all of the conveniences available at the time. The Rev. Teeter’s last position was at the Methodist Church in Selkirk. He died in the house at age 92. 

Teeter House Collection


A Walkers Guide to The Historic Buildings of Selkirk, 1996