Property contains a frame, 1.5-story, 2-bay, side-end gambrel-roofed
bungalow. Walls are aluminum clad, eaves are wood, and the windows are 1x1
replacements. Key features: abnormally sized dormer and bay window on
front (north) façade. The asphalt-shingled gambrel roof has a centered
brick chimney. ON the main façade, there is a gabled dormer at the east
half and a much larger, gabled dormer with a exaggerated tapered walls and
large sash window on the west half. Across the front is a full length
porch with hipped roof supported by Tuscan posts. The wooden porch is
reached via stairs opposite the main entrance near NE corner. West of the
door is the octagonal 3-window bay unit. Foundation is cement.
West end displays gambrel shape with two windows near windows on each
floor, aligned. East side is obscured; at least one window near SE corner
AT the SW corner of the lot is a front end gabled, 1.5 story, small shed
or garage. The frame building has a wooden door.