Ticknor House

Ticknor House was built in 1897 and houses 35 co-ed students. On the National Register of Historic Buildings, Ticknor House is a favored residential accommodation. It has a large central living room with fireplace, a piano room, and kitchen. It was named in honor of Anna Ticknor, a dear friend of the donor, Elizabeth Cheney Kaufman. The building is constructed of Ute Pass sandstone in classic Renaissance style. The hall originally contained a dining room, kitchen, a large cold storage room, a bicycle stable, and an infirmary. Bon Appétit, the campus food service provider, is located in the lower level of Ticknor.

926 North Cascade Avenue
Kitchen Yes
West Campus Laundry Yes
Type: Old Town
Yes; Piano Room, Fireplace, Flat-Screen TV
Theme: None
Wireless Yes
Number of Beds: 36
Game Room No
Resident Advisors: 1 Thermostat Heat Only
Residential Living Coordinator: 1 Carpet No
Floor Plans: Basement; First
Bike Rack Yes
Floor Plans: Second; Third Key Type Exterior: Swipe Card; Interior: Key
Listed in National Register
of Historic Places
Location of Bon AppÉtit


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