Spafford Area Historical Society "SAHS"
Spafford Area Historical Society                      "SAHS"

                                                   SAHS History                    The History of Borodino Hall     

The Borodino Hall was built on land that originally was part of the revolutionary war Military Tract #88 in the town of Spafford. It was built cira 1833 as a community church. The architecture is representative of a quality design and craftsmanship of a vernacular federal style with a timber frame on a rubble stone foundation with corner posts. The main entrance doorway is one of the most outstanding exterior historic architecturasl elements of the structure. The interior features a horseshoe balcony and cove ceiling in the main hall. Borodino Hall has retained a high level of structural and historic integrity. The very early history of our Borodino Hall is somewhat a mystery. However, we do know that the Hall played a prominent role in the events of our town throughout the years. 

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