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Rea House, Chatham University

Rea house

Another of the millionaires’ mansions that have become part of Chatham University. Built in 1911 or 1912 for steel executive James C. Rea, the Julia and James Rea House is now a student dormitory. Students tell us the rooms are “quirky” in a good way, with high ceilings and odd protrusions, because the house was divided with minimal disruption to the original architecture.

Rea House

A very short video on the Chatham Undergraduate Housing page shows us some of the interior.

With a tree in front
Up a long hill

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