The original frame, 2-story,rectangular, stucco-clad, asphalt-shingled,
front-gable roofed house facing Birch Avenue also has a 2-story rear
addition (facing John St.) and a 1-story far rear addition. The full
width front porch has been enclosed except for the space at the entrance
door (at SW corner). Windows are 1x1 sash replacements (throughout
building) but have thick wooden surrounds with lintels. Eaves are wood.
The four bay side (John Street) elevation has been lengthened by another
three bays in a flat roof addition with parapet. The 3-bay, 2-story unit
appears to have been a used for commercial purposes.
Windows vary on both east and west sides, with the east side fronting John
Street the most visible. It has sash units irregularly spaced on core on
both floors. The addition has three spaced windows on 2nd level. AT the
1st level, on the northern part of the façade, a pent type roof over a
centered entrance flanked by 2 small windows, and additional window near
its SE corner.
The far rear addition has a modern Mansard type roof over a door and
window facing John Street.