Judge Jeremiah Sullivan House

Judge Jeremiah Sullivan's House is Closed Through April 2024.

Inquiries about group tours and costs should be made by calling  (812) 265-2967 or emailing hmi@historicmadisoninc.com

Built about 1820 and considered Madison’s first mansion, this stately Federal-style structure was home to one of Indiana's early leaders.  Virginia-born Sullivan had an esteemed career as a lawyer, Indiana state legislator and State Supreme Court justice. Sullivan is credited with suggesting the name “Indianapolis” for our state capital.   Jeremiah Sullivan and his family lived in the home for over 70 years.  Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc.

Address: 304 W. Second St.


SULLIVAN HOUSE PRESERVATION STUDY GRANT AWARDED

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Historic Structures Report Research Continues


Great news everyone, the Sullivan House Historic Structures Report research continues toward the finish line! Thanks to the support of the Jeffris Foundation, we are learning so many new things about the house. 

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