CIRCLEVILLE – A Downtown building and storefront is getting a makeover this week after being approved by the Historical review board.
134/138 West Main Street in Circleville is getting a new Spanish-style roof that is on top of the three-story building. This is replacing an old Spanish-style roof that exists, what is being removed is two dormers from the roof, during the meeting owner Thad Dilley was not used for much and simply were not cost-effective to keep. The building will also see other upgrades, 138 will get new paint, and 134 will receive new siding. The double entry door will be replaced with a single door that will have a glass window and grides that fit in with the historical downtown. The white windows will be replaced by black or dark brown windows, giving the building a fresh new look.
Construction started for this project last week, it is unknown how long the project will take. Owner said during the meeting this was not only to preserve the building but to help the downtown keep its vibrant look