Boardman House

Architectural History Minute

Boardman House

Built: (1866), Designed: A.B. Dale

The Boardman Houseis an impressive Italianate building owned by the City of Ithaca and located in the heart of downtown within the DeWitt Park Historic District. The house was constructed for George McChain in 1866 by A.B Dale on land bought from Ezra Cornell. The building was bought in 1886 by Judge Douglas Boardman, who became the first Dean of Cornell University’s Law School in 1887. The building was sold to the Ithaca Conservatory of Music in 1911……

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Andrew Petruzzelli

HOLT Architects, P.C.
217 N. Aurora St.
Ithaca, NY 14850
phone 607 273-7600 Ext. 151
fax 607 273-0475


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