Nugent Home for Baptists is a historic private charity building at 221 W. Johnson Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. According to the New York Times of May 21, 1889:
The Hon. Horatio G. Jones, President of the Trustees of the George Nugent Home for Baptists at Germantown, Philadelphia, announced that the home had a foundation or endowment of $300,000 or $400,000, and was ready to receive all Baptist ministers and their wives over sixty years of age. The inmates are supported for life.
The building adjoins the Presser Home for Retired Music Teachers, which was also listed on the National Register in 2006. Nolen Properties owns both buildings and has completed restoration of the Presser building, and was working on the restoration of the Nugent building in 2013.