LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- A historic Lafayette home is now on Indiana Landmarks' list of the 10 most endangered places in Indiana.
The Falley O'Gara-Pyke house was built in 1884, and it sits near the corner of South and 11th streets.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lafayette owns the property.
As we reported in 2018, the diocese wanted to tear it down to build a new rectory, but the Lafayette Historic Preservation Commission determined demolition would be a loss of historic resources.
Indiana Landmarks Director Tommy Kleckner said church leaders still haven't set a date for demolition.
He said being on the list could spark new conversation about the building's future.
"Listing doesn't protect it from demolition," Kleckner said. "What we hope is that it brings awareness to the threat and opens up opportunities to find preservation solutions as an alternative to demolition."
Kleckner said being on the list could encourage them to keep it.
"Listing in '10 Most' is one way to be able to bring about communication and hopefully open up dialogue again," he added.
Kleckner said a last resort is moving the home to another location, but that comes with a hefty price tag.
Downtown Attica also made the endangered list.