The Boardman House

51 Main Street


Built in 1793, this is the only example of the Georgian Style in New Milford. It boasts a Palladian window and four fluted Ionic columns framing the doorway. Elijah Boardman was a state and U. S. Senator and a prosperous merchant. Artist Ralph Earl's portrait of Boardman is part of the Metropolitan Art Museum's collection, and the New Milford Historical Society owns other Earl portraits of early New Milford residents.
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