This is the left or east half of a twin house. (The whole building is
described here.)Property features a large, 2-story, frame, vinyl clad twin
with a front-end gabled roof. The low pitched roof and gambrel projection
on north (front) make the house appear as if having a gambrel roof (this
also makes it appear to have large shed roofed dormers, but they are part
of overall gabled structural design). Fenestration on main façade in
consists of 2 opposing quarter windows centered under crest at attic
level, two paired windows at 2nd level, and on 1st level two paired
windows roughly centered under windows above. Main entrances utilize what
may be original paneled doors (half round divided light units) near the
corners. Full-length front porch has shed roof and three narrow Tuscan
posts and turned balustrade supported railings. Railings continue down
wooden steps to grade opposite each door. Foundation is cement.
East façade has single and paired sash units at 2nd level and at 1st
level, a small stair light near SE corner, a paired unit centered, and a
smaller paired unit near SE corner. West side was obscured.