The Boardman House (1692)

The Boardman House (1692)

17 Howard Street | Saugus, MA 01906

(978) 768-3632

The Boardman House was built in 1692 for William Boardman and his family. Boardman was a joiner, a woodworker who built furniture and did cabinetry and interior finish work. The house has a typical “hall and parlor” plan, with a central chimney stack and staircase. The lean-to at the back was added to the house sometime before 1696, when Boardman died at the age of thirty-eight. Descendants of the Boardman family owned the house and lived in it until 1911.


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