Manufacturers' Row Historic Area

Manufacturers’ Row is notable for its collection of homes associated with the largest manufacturers in West Newbury in the mid-19th century. Federal, Greek Revival, and Italianate styles predominate. Shoe manufacturers owned 331, 333, 335, 345, and 347 Main Street. Comb manufacturers in the Chase family owned 319 and 323 Main Street.

Manufacturers' Row Map

Manufacturers' Row Properties

MHC #

Name

Street Address

Construction Date

Style

Acreage

WNB.76

Somerby C. Noyes House

319 Main St.

Ca. 1800-1830

Federal

0.5

WNB.79

Somerby N. Noyes House

323 Main St.

1857

Italianate

0.75

WNB.223

Carriage House

1857

No Style

WNB.81

George and Sarah Hosum House

331 Main St.

Ca. 1828

Greek Revival

12

WNB.82

Benjamin and Harriet Edwards House

333 Main St.

Ca. 1828

Federal

0.5

WNB.83

William Claflin House

335 Main St.

Ca. 1853

Italianate

0.4

WNB.224

William Claflin Carriage House

 

 

 

 

Ca. 1853

No style

WNB.225

Stanford Chase Double House

337-339 Main St.

Ca. 1828-1830

Federal

0.54

WNB.226

Samuel and Lydia Durgin House

345 Main St.

Ca. 1856

Italianate

1

WNB.84

Bailey-Warren-Nason House

347 Main St.

Ca. 1830

Federal

3.3

 

Carriage House

 

 

WNB.227

 

Ca. 1850

No Style