Ken Kulak, architect of record with C-M Services, Mc-Murray, called the building "Elizabethan Revival style" and said there's no other architecture like it in Washington or Greene counties.
Steeply pitched slate gable roofs, hexagonal leaded windows, decorative stone icons and a central bay flanked by two other bays mark the building as Elizabethan Revival, which became popular in the 1800s.
Just because the YWCA is old doesn't mean it can't have modern features.
Kleinmann, Zatta and Kulak
talked about both green and sustainable features, such as using the basement swimming pool as a cistern to collect rainwater or gray water that could be used for flushing toilets or urinals.