HOME
RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
LEASING/RENTAL
SHERIFF'S SALE
TERMINOLOGY
HISTORY
ORGANIZATIONS
HOME TOUR
LINKS
ABOUT US
CONTACT US







Bofis-Capper-Fristoe House
418 East Tenth Street
New Albany, IN 47150
Sheriff Sale




Listing Description:

Built c.1900. One-third double-pile. The Bofis-Capper-Fristoe House. This house was built about 1900 on the south end of the Hegewald property at the corner of East 10th and Elm Streets. The Hegewald family could have built this single-family structure for investment purposes because the New Albany City Directories show that the house saw numerous occupants over a lengthy period of time.

The first long-term resident listed in the directories for this location was Mary E. Bofis.  The Capper family was also shown living here for several years.  From 1947 through 1949, Arthur F. Hegewald, Jr., a heating contractor, occupied the house.  By the early 1960s, Mrs. Mary Fristoe was making her home here and remained for over 10 years.  In recent years, the house was divided into two rental units.

The house is located in the locally regulated East Spring Street Historic District.  Any exterior alterations must be reviewed and approved by the City's Historic Preservation Commission.  For more information about the Commission and a copy of the Design Guidelines for the historic district, see www.newalbanypreservation.com





Driving Directions:




Additional Information:
 
 
Contact:

To be sold at Sheriff’s Sale Wednesday, 30 August 2006 at 10:00 AM in the Office of the Sheriff of Floyd County (first floor of the City-County Building, 311 Hauss Square, New Albany).  NO THIRD PARTY BUYER AT SHERIFF'S SALE - MAY BE MARKETED BY A REAL ESTATE COMPANY IN UPCOMING WEEKS.





View the Sold Listings

Bookmark and Share  Print 
Copyright © 2017 Indiana Landmarks All Rights Reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Statement
Powered by