Isaac Joseph House, Circa 1842, Columbus

Isaac Joseph was the sixth owner of this landmark Greek Revival cottage, which evolved into a more formal appearance over time. It is thought to have been built by William B. Langdon circa 1842. The Joseph family owned the house for over a century. Mrs. Gertrude Joseph Wood gifted the house to the Historic Columbus Foundation to ensure its preservation. From 2000-2014, it served as one of the only independent art galleries in Columbus.

The beautiful fence, featuring cherubs flanking an urn, is signed Nicolas J. Jones.

National Register of Historic Places

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