Wellesley Township Council Chambers

Wellesley Township Council Chambers



This location is primarily used to host Wellesley Township Council meeting and is not staffed full time.

The township hall was built in Crosshill in 1855. Since then it has served as a community hall, a place for church services and is currently used as the Wellesley Township Council Chamber. As such it is the oldest municipal building in the area still in use.

It is a good example of Vernacular Classical Revival styling with its pediment gable and turned porch posts. It was built of rough rubble stone, with simple detailing including some attempt at coursing on the front facade. An addition was built on the back of the building in 1973. Designated October 5, 1987.

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