Built for John and Elizabeth Sutton, this house is thought to be the earliest surviving building in downtown Dublin. More recently known as the Methodist church parsonage, the two-story, brick, hipped-roofed house has a projecting two-story Greek Revival portico with paired tapering octagonal columns. Other Greek-influenced features include a wide wooden frieze extending around the building and lintels flanked by end blocks over large six-over-six sash windows.
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