This is the left or east half of a large, 3-bay, Italianate-style (due
mainly to segmented arched headed windows, thick wooden roof moldings, and
porch roof design) twin that is one of the very few all stone houses in
Witherspoon-Jackson. Property hard to describe due to foliage. The square,
2.5 story massing is relieved on sides by 2-story octagonal bays. Brick
chimney. Roof is cross gable and features large, low-pitched front gable on
main (north) façade. The gable features a thick molded bargeboard with
broken return. Fish scale type wood shingles in the area above eave line.
Fenestration here and throughout house is replacement 1x1 sash units. There
two such units centered under gable at attic level, three across the 2nd
level, and two windows flanking the centered main entrance doors
(replacements) at first level. Front porch is full-length supported by 4
simple round posts supporting roof with slight overhanging eaves above.
Porch is masonry and accessed by large cement steps centered on house with
a centered iron railing. Sides obscured for close observation, but key
features are the cross gables (with fish scale wood shingles above
eaveline) and two story, octagonal stone bays with 3 windows each.