Small Italianate-style house which is one of more decorative in
Witherspoon-Jackson. Features interesting end-gabled roof that has a
nearly flat roofed projection serving as the main (north) façade.
key feature is its heavily ornamented porch. This is a two story, 3-
stucco-clad building with replacement windows and doors. The roof
overhanging eaves supported by scroll sawn brackets. Fenestration on
3-bay main façade is symmetrical with replacement sash units at 2nd
At 1st level main entrance (original glazed door) near NE corner, with
tall sash units framed by lip-lintel surrounds are aligned with those
above west of door. The main feature of house is the fully ornamented
Italianate style porch. It has a nearly flat roof (like the main roof
above), exaggerated cornice and bracketing, and supported by three
Tuscan columns featuring dosserets where engaged with roof above.
is turned balustrade. Wooden steps lead from wooden porch to grade,
Left or east façade centered sash unit at attic level, identical unit
directly below at 2nd level, and sash unit near SE corner on 1st level.
West façade exhibits small sash unit under low-pitched gable, two sash
units on 2nd level, and three sash units evenly spaced across 1st
As vinyl clad rear porch element, 1 story, attached to rear.