Bordner Home shortly after its construction.
Backstory and Context
The house is an example of an Italianate Victorian style. In the early 1900s, the home was expanded when a one-story glass-enclosed porch was added. The porch extends from the northwest comer around and across the first two sections of the east side. The house is the last of the farm buildings still standing; it now sits on a 3/4 acre of land surrounded by other residences.
Klimoski , Grethchen. Bordner House . National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form. Published February 17th 1978. National Register of Historic Places .
Ohio Historic Places Dictionary. Volume 2. North American Book Dist LLC, 2008.