One of the most important houses that stood on Haida Gwaii was the Story (or Myth) House that was owned by Albert Edward Edenshaw. A former house on this site, named Property House, also belonged to an Edenshaw (likely the uncle of Albert Edward Edenshaw). According to anthropologist J.R. Swanton, the house was originally intended for his son, rather than his nephew, who according to Haida inheritance laws should have assumed the title of chief, but he later changed his mind.
The remains of the house at the village site are of the type 2 style. The house is more than 12 metres square, with an interior pit of 8.4 metres square at the first stage and almost 6 metres square at the lowest stage, which is 1.8 metres below the surface of the ground.