This property is located on the south side of Quarry across from Waxwood.
It is a flat lot along a shady portion of the street. A gravel drive runs
along the east side of the property. The historic resource - a duplex, is
set back off the sidewalk approximately 12 feet; the resulting front yard
is framed in a small hedgerow, which is rare in the neighborhood.
The property contains a frame, 2-story, 5-bay simple Italianate style
duplex. It has a rather long (for Witherspoon-Jackson) foot print
paralleling the street. The roof is an asphalt shingled, end gabled
with a banded, stucco-clad chimney on east end. A two story, shed
extension is on the rear. House clad entirely with aluminum siding; the
foundation is stucco. On the north (main) façade the three windows are
irregularly spaced across the 2nd floor (2x2 sash, possibly original);
cladding covers the reveal. The first floor has 5 openings with the
and fourth windows aligned with the first and third above. The two main
entrances occupy the second and firth openings, the latter being near
NW corner. A full-length front porch consists of hipped roof supported
five metal posts, iron railing, and cement floor. Each door has stairs
walks leading to grade and sidewalk. Left or east side of house has
aligned windows, two on the core (off-center) and two on the extension.
similar pattern is found on west end.