The Glen Williams Town Hall was built by Georgetown builder Walter McKay. It is a typical example of a village community hall built of local hand-pressed red clay brick in a colonial Cape Cod style. Its architectural features include the Flemish bond brick pattern, the double hung multi-paned windows, and two large wooden entry doors.


The hand-pressed red clay brick was made just north of the village into a small brick measuring about 8.5” by 2.5”. The bricks are laid in a Flemish bond pattern, which is alternating headers and stretchers on each course. An alternating header and stretcher are used as the pattern for the brick header over each window.


The windows are large double hung windows with nine panes of glass divided by wooden muntins within each sash. Each window sits on a heavy wooden sill being a full two inches thick.

Front Doors

The front doors are two wooden doors measuring three feet wide by eight feet high. These doors are protected by the brick vestibule built on the front of the original building.

Exterior Features

The roof is pitched front gabled of wood frame with asphalt shingles. A gable return dresses up the gable end of red brick. The barge board is undecorated. The vestibule, added about 1981, compliments the existing features and any future changes should retain this style.