Landa House

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Landa House was constructed in the early 19th Century and was the residence of fire chief Thomas E. Heath then. After Heath left the property, it was occupied by the Landa's, they were believed to be the first Jews to call Saskatoon their home. The house continues to be occupied by tenants who are dedicated towards preserving the heritage value of their home along with assistance provided by City of Saskatoon Heritage Conservation Program. Landa house is also bestowed with the honor of being a Municipal Heritage Property.

Location:  202 Avenue E South