Large, 2.5-story Queen Anne style twin house facing north onto the
Sitting several steps above the sidewalk, key features of this frame,
vinyl-clad building include its two projecting gables each over large,
two-story, octagonal bay window units. This house has been
is far less decorative than its twin building immediately west. Cross-
gabled roof is asphalt shingled, walls are vinyl, windows are mainly
sash units (all windows in house are replacements). Under each gable
single sash units. Each bay, both floors, have three sash units. Across
the main (south) façade is a full length porch with nearly flat roof,
supported by 4 narrow turned posts and simple railing and balustrade.
posts rest on a wooden porch The main entrances have side by side,
centered, new solid doors. Set of wide wooden steps, centered, lead
from walk to porch.
Right or west façade features three centered 1x1 window at 3rd level, a
paired window centered at 2nd floor, and one window near SW corner
difficult to photograph). East façade has a centered window aligned on
all 3 levels, as smaller window just north of 2nd level window, and a
additional sash unit on 1st floor near NE corner.