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Sacred Heart Catholic Church (Methodist Church)
Originally a Methodist church, this steeply gabled one-story brick building underwent a substantial remodeling c. 1980. Still, the church retains many of its original late-nineteenth-century elements, including decorative brickwork in the upper front-facing gable, pointed-arched windows, brick side buttresses, and wrought-iron strapwork door hinges. The 1980s alterations included the insertion of gabled vents in the roof and replacement of stained glass windows with fixed panes.
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