| less than one acre|
30 October 1997
| 1206 N. Nevada St., Carson City, Nevada|
Second Empire architecture
Olcovich-Meyers House, Adams House
Belknap House Wikipedia
The Belknap House, at 1206 N. Nevada St. in Carson City, Nevada, is a historic house that was built in 1875. Also known as the Barber-Belknap House, it includes Second Empire architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
It is a two-story building with shiplap siding. It is significant as the home, during 1881 to 1908, of Charles Henry Belknap who was Chief Justice of the Nevada Supreme Court. It is significant also for association with Henry Hudson Beck, who had it built in 1870, and to Oscar T. Barber, a businessman and Nevada State Assembly representative, who owned it in between. And it is also significant as "an excellent example of a two-story Second Empire residential structure".