George H. Kelly House

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George H. Kelly House
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George H. Kelly House is located in Nebraska
George H. Kelly House
George H. Kelly House is located in the United States
George H. Kelly House
Location1924 Binney Street, North Omaha, Nebraska
Coordinates41°17′10.57″N 95°56′31.9″W / 41.2862694°N 95.942194°W / 41.2862694; -95.942194Coordinates: 41°17′10.57″N 95°56′31.9″W / 41.2862694°N 95.942194°W / 41.2862694; -95.942194
ArchitectGeorge Kelly[1]
Architectural styleNeo-Classical Revival
NRHP reference No.09140009
Significant dates
Added to NRHP1983
Designated OMALApril 12, 1983[2]

The George H. Kelly House is located at 1924 Binney Street in the Near North Side neighborhood of Omaha, Nebraska, United States. Built in 1904 in the Neo-Classical Revival style, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, and designated a City of Omaha architectural landmark that same year.


Constructed in 1904, the Kelly House was designed by and built for George H. Kelly, the president of a manufacturing and distribution company for architectural millwork. The house features classically detailed structure directly influenced by the Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition, held nearby in Kountze Park in 1898, just six years before the house was constructed. The Kelly house is located in Kountze Place, a late nineteenth century neighborhood that was home to many of the city's most successful business people.[1]

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