Dublin Arts Council is housed in an elegant French-Eclectic styled building that was constructed in 1941 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1946 Eleanor and Andre Gelpi purchased the home. Mrs. Gelpi was a pioneering businesswoman and local champion of the arts. She made the residence famous through many gala events she hosted here. The house sits atop sloping riverfront acreage, offering a stunning view of the Scioto River.