Built before 1859, this three-story Greek Revival town house was the home of Dr. Newton a white physician, and his wife, Fanny Taylor, an African-American lady. Newton left much of his estate to further the endowment of an orphanage established by his step-father, Isaac Tuttle, which was afterwards known as the Tuttle-Newton Home. After Dr. Newton’s death in early 1859 the house and several surrounding lots were sold, and has primarily been used as residential rental property ever since. Note the two story square columns and the second story front porch.