1-10 Temple Place

Architectural Description: 

Architectural significance: double houses, now condos

Historical Narrative: 

Historical significance: private
1884 & 1888 Hass, J. W. Barnard property - houses on High Street
1901 partially appears on Sanborn Map
1906 Temple Place drawn between J. W. Barnard's houses on High
Street. 1 maybe 2 fronts on Temple Place
1901 directory: lists Henry W. Barnard, show up at #12 High Street
and Jacob W. Barnard at Elm Square
1899 directory: same
1897 directory: Henry W. Barnard at 12 High St.
1897 Jacob W. Barnard h. Elm Square - 8 High St.
1891 directory: J. W. Barnard - shoe manufacturing Barnard Court, house on High Street
1885 directory: same residence Main at High street
1872 Barnard on High Street, #44-46 but also owns 48-50 and Sherman house 52-54 High St.

Inventory Data:

StreetTemple Pl
Historic DistrictNot Applicable
Construction Date1895 - 1915
SourceERDS, NERDL, style,
Architectural StyleOther
Outbuildings / Secondary StructuresEight building included in Temple Place Condominiums. 17 Units total
Major Alterations1972 Condo Conversion, major exterior and interior modifications to the buildings
Acreage1.310 acres
Map and parcel38-68
Recorded byStack/Mofford, James S. Batchelder
OrganizationAndover Preservation Commission
Date entered1975-77