The Tupper-Barnett House is a historic house in Washington at 101 US 78B. History and 1973 11 7 Description stands at the northwest corner of United States Route 78B near the center of Washington, is a two-story wood-framed structure is encircled completely by a two story colonnade of fluted Doric columns. The main entrance is a second door with similar styling. The interior of the house follows a typical Federal period center hall plan on each side with a pair of rooms. The front parlors have exceptionally high quality woodwork while other rooms with elaborate details.
The early 20th century was owned by a mayor of Washington by Edward Augustus Barnett.