3 stories built into hill, side facade, nice brick detailing, many entrances, irregular identical original 6/6 or 8/8 windows, plain corners.
Themes - Architecture, Industry and Development of Town.
This building is basically of old water struck brick. There was a brick factory down river and this should help date the building. This is a twin of the warehouse next to it - building #6 on the map.
SMith & Dove Manufacturing Co. purchased the former Abbot Mills in 1843. These buildings were constructed between 1845 - 1860, prior to the Civil War.
See bibliography form A.
|Place||Abbott Village - Dundee Park|
|Historic District||Andover Village Industrial NRH District|
|Historic Name||Smith & Dove Manf. Co. mill|
|Present Use||light industry|
|Construction Date||1845 - 1860|
|Source||see form A|
|Wall/Trim||old water-struck brick|
|Outbuildings / Secondary Structures||Many outbuildings. This is building #7 of Smith & Dove Manufacturing Co.|
|Major Alterations||Restoration and renovation in the 1980s with the creation of Dundee Park.|
|Acreage||350' footage of structure from street.|
|Map and parcel||55-2|
|Recorded by||Mrs. D.B. Woodworth, J. Batchelder|
|Organization||Andover Historical Society|
|Date entered||11/9/67, 2014|