Kesler-Boardman House
1216 East Market Street
New Albany, IN 47150

Listing Description:
William and Carrie Kesler had the house at 1216 East Market constructed in 1880. Mr. Kesler was a partner in the business enterprise of Kesler & Dudley, book and job printers, located on the southeast corner of State and Main streets in downtown New Albany. The Keslers lived here only three years before selling the property to Richard and Emma Boardman in June 1883. Emma was a music teacher and taught lessons from her home. The house remained in the Boardman family for almost forty years. In April 1923 Louis Lucik and his wife, Anna, purchased the home. Louis, a traveling salesman, passed away in March 1933 and his widow remained in the house through the late 1940s. The house was divided into apartments soon after Mr. Lucik's death, but has since been converted back to a single-family home.

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Additional Information:
Building Style: Italianate
Year Built: 1880

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