The Dundar House Church, also known as the Hagios Ioannes Greek Church in Tirilye, was converted to a private property after the departure of Greeks. The building was constructed in the 19th century, and its western façade, which spans three floors, now serves as a residence. The main entrance is adorned with a vaulted stone gate and Byzantine-style stone carvings. The prayer hall is on a single floor. An ancient Roman tomb stele with a one-line Latin inscription and depictions of a man, woman, and fruit-serving attendant on either side is displayed.