Morden has one of Manitoba’s finest collections of late nineteenth and early twentieth century architecture. The variety of building types, notable architectural styles, interesting building materials all combine to make Morden a textbook example of the trends that defined how many Manitoba communities developed. The City’s exquisite Queen Anne style houses—of wood and more impressively those of stone, with their romantic towers, dainty details and lively colours—have become Morden’s heritage trademark. But the community also has fine examples of other residential styles from the turn of the century—Italianate, Second Empire and Gothic Revival.
The following are some of the heritage buildings in Morden. The photos and information presented are with the consent of the owners. If you go for a walk to see the buildings, we ask that you please respect the privacy and integrity of these properties.
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