BGD’s offices are located at 134 South Sixth Street in Indiana borough in a historic Victorian house built by John W. Sutton in the early 1880s. John W. Sutton built the Sutton House in a predominantly Second Empire style, with a mansard roof, dormers, brick quoins, and bay windows.
Mr. Sutton’s father was one of Indiana’s most prominent citizens, the famous John Sutton for whom the beautiful central building on Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s campus is named.
After decades as a family home, the Sutton House was acquired by the nearby Calvary Presbyterian Church of Indiana in the 1920s.
Until the mid-1960s, the Church used the house as its manse, or rectory, where it was home to the pastors of the still-standing red stone church just down the street.
In 1976, the Sutton House became home to Mack & Bonya, and the building has served the firm in the decades since. The building, as in 1976, continues to impress guests and make BGD clients feel like they are right at home.
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