This house sits on a under a canopy of large shade trees including a
Sycamore immediately in front of the house between the sidewalk and curb.
The narrow lot, placement of the house just 2-3 feet from the sidewalk,
driveways on either side prevent yards on this flat lot. Property owner
included decorative vegetation along foundation walls.
This is a vernacular, two story, three-part frame house which may have
more than one unit. A driveway along its west (right) side provides
to a contributing frame garage. Key features of the house include it
diminutive core (original section)and hipped-roofed front porch. The
entire building is two stories and clad in aluminum siding. The core
an end-gabled, asphalt shingled roof; the mid-rear addition has a low-
pitched shed roof, as does the far rear addition. The latter extends to
the west to provide for a door on its north façade. Fenestration on
(north) façade of core is symmetrical: two small, 2x2 windows (appear
original) are on the 2nd level, and on the first level is a lager 2x2
window (also possibly original) near the northeast corner, and a
replacement door near the northwest corner. The front porch has a
roof with molded cornice. It is supported by turned Victorian-style
and simple square balustrade and railing. Porch and house rest on a
foundation. On the west façade, the mid and far rear additions have one
window each at 2nd level; at 1st level all sections have one window
aligned with that above. The far rear addition door, like the front
is accessed by as set of masonry stairs and metal railing. Fenestration
east façade consists of single windows on both rear additions and both
levels, aligned. All windows are protected by canvas awnings.
The garage is a 2-car, frame structure with a front end gabled roof
(facing north, and a pent over the wooden doors, which appear original.