Norton House

Norton house entrance

Part of the North Residential Village, Norton House is a traditional style residence hall in the first year Mistletoe residential community. It houses approximately 100 students in mostly double rooms with some singles available. Norton House is named for Mary Castle Norton (1854-1928). Her father was the mayor of Ohio City and had the honor of becoming the first mayor of the united city of Cleveland after the two cities combined the year of her birth. Norton busied herself in the cultural and philanthropic life of the emerging industrial metropolis, serving as president of the Church Home for the Aged and Friendless, Chair of the Board of Lady Managers of Lakeside Hospital and a board member of the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Floor Plans

Room & Furniture Details

Average Room Sizes:

  • Double Room:  10'10" x 15'9"
  • Single Room:   10' x 10'10"

The room image below is meant as an example and shows different furniture than is in the room. We are in the process of transitioning our buildings to the furniture in the image but this building has not been transitioned yet.



Building Features

  • Card Access Building Doors
  • Full Kitchen on First Floor
  • Laundry Facilities on First Floor
  • First Floor Lounge with Television
  • Bike room on first floor
  • Piano and Game table on first floor
  • CaseGuest/CaseWireless WiFi Networks throughout building 

Please note, this building does not have air conditioning.