Andover Historic Preservation


68 SALEM ST68 salem st (click to enlarge)

68 SALEM ST

architectural description

Stype: Saltbox (Colonial) reconstruction

Architectural significance: good example of a Colonial reproduction thought to be built by Addison LeBoutillier

historical narrative

Historical significance: Addison LeBoutillier was locally and nationally acclaimed as an Arts and Crafts Architect as well as a designer for the Graveby?? Pottery Company. He built several homes and additions in Andover. His work typifies the craftsman astetic and is well regarded. See the LeBoutillier family files for more information.

bibliography/references

Andover Historical Society:P LeBoutillier Files

Tyler Memories

inventory data

Table: Inventory Data for 68 SALEM ST
Place:
Historic District: Not Applicable
Address: 68 salem st
Historic Name: Walen House
Present Use: residence
Original Use: residence
Date of Construction: 1923
Source: Tyler Memories, Andover Historical Society
Style/Form: Other
Architect/Builder: Addison LeBoutillier
Foundation:
Wall/Trim: clapboard, varying sizes
Roof:
Outbuildings / Secondary Structures garage - 2 car
Major Alterations: room on east side of house (done by LeBoutillier) 1928
Condition: excellent
Moved: no
Demolished:
Acreage: less than one acre
Setting:
MHC inventory number:
Recorded by: Sean Craft
Organization: Andover Historical Society
Date: 26 Jul 1991

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