WORK IN PROGRESS :) The following photos are of "Manor House" located in Blue Hill Falls, Maine located between Conary Cove/Blue Hill Bay and the Mill Pond. The pond is fed from and drains to both Blue Hill Bay and the Salt Pond. Adjacent to the property is the "causeway" that leads to the Falls Bridge and which is traditionally known as the Mill Pond Dam - because that is what it is. Adjacent to it was a Tide Mill depicted in one of the old photos below with Manor House in the middle of the photo. The house and attached barn were built in 1835 and were white in color even then. Most of the house photos were taken in 2015. Some of the other photos include what was the Blue Hill Falls Post Office and Blue Hill Falls School - both located on Conary Cove. Other local photos, virtually next door to this property, as can be seen at www.southbluehillmaine.org. Manor House was purchased in 1926 by my great grandmother Mary Samuel Ashhurst and was in our family until January 2016. Of specific note is that the property is in what was known as Blue Hill Falls (see the sign on the Post Office Photo below. Blue Hill Falls as with many other locations in the area, were never towns or villages (like South Blue Hill, North Blue Hill, East Blue Hill, etc.). The only "village" was Blue Hill Village and the town of Blue Hill incorporated them all. Most had schools (some several like Blue Hill), post offices and general services - but none had formal property or governments. South Blue Hill is a small area just south of the Falls Bridge on what is known as the Blue Hill Neck.
Map from 1961 - Note South Street intersects with Parker Pt. Road