Built in the mid-1800’s, the Warfield-Cellar House is located at the corner of 6th and Center Streets (519 Center Street, Ironton, Ohio). The house is a “T” shaped example of Greek Revival architecture. The tiled, gable roof has a plain boxed cornice. The house has double hung windows with flat moulding and a brick foundation. A wrought iron circular structure at the center of the roof is the house’s most unique architectural feature of the house.