3430 Dover Road, ca. 1946, ca. 1995, Contributing Building One-and-a-half-story Colonial Revival side-gabled house on raised basement with brick exterior; 6/6, 4/4, and multi-lite fixed sash; interior corbelled brick chimneys; gabled wall dormers flanking center gable-front entry bay faced with stone; single-leaf centered entry set into molded surround with fluted pilasters, half-round arch, and sidelights and transom window; triple window topped by fanlight in gable end above main entry; large addition at rear repeats gabled roof line and fanlight details and includes garages and additional living space. Neighborhood oral history identifies this at the C. T. Council Jr. House. The 1947 city directory shows C. T. Council Jr., the plant manager of his father’s BC Remedy Company, living on Dover Road in Hope Valley. He and his wife Madeline apparently moved from W. Club Boulevard, near Watts Hospital, sometime after 1944. His father lived next door around the same time.