440 W. Salisbury St.
Rachel Osborne and Ruth Selden-Sturgill, The Architectural Heritage of Chatham County, North Carolina, 1991
The Queen Anne style cottage, one of the more ornate residences attributed to Nooe, and features varied and lively surfaces and trim. Family tradition reports that the house was built in 1892, but a deed transferring the property from Henry London’s parents to Henry’s wife, Minnie, is dated 1895. Such a delayed transfer within a family is not unknown. See Laura A. W. Phillips, Henry Adolphus London House, National Register of Historic Places nomination.