This house is a two-and-a-half-story, three-bay, L-shaped, conservative
Gothic Revival building and its main features are a recessed, off-set, side
pavilion with a small wooden porch,a hipped-roof front porch, a two-story
bay, diamond-shaped wood shingles, and decorative crown mouldings over the
windows. It features a front-gable roof that is clad with standing seam
metal and has wood eaves. The house is clad in weatherboard and diamond-
shaped wood shingles. All of the building’s windows are replacements;
however, they feature original decorative crown mouldings.
The first floor of the south elevation features a one-story, full-
length,hipped-roofed,wood porch and an off-set front door. The porch roof
features an off-set, wood pediment on the front door side of the porch.
The tympanum is clad in wood shingles. The porch is accessed by an off-set
wood staircase that leads to the front door. It features four turned-wood
posts with jigsaw bracketing and a turned-wood balustrade. The front door
is flanked by two, single, one-over-one, double-hung sash windows to its
west. On the second floor, there are three, single, one-over-one, double-
hung sash windows centered over the windows and door on the first floor.The
gable is clad in diamond-shaped wood shingles and features one, small,
double, one-over-one, double-hung sash window with a decorative fan-shaped,
wood crown moulding.
The east elevation features a recessed, two-and-a-half-story, one-bay,
side-gable-roofed pavilion with its own small, wood porch. The first floor
of the south elevation of the pavilion features a one-story, full-length,
hipped-roofed wood porch and a central door. The porch is accessed by a
center wood staircase that leads to the door. It features one turned-wood
post with jigsaw bracketing and a turned-wood balustrade. The second floor
of the pavilion features one, single, one-over-one, double-hung sash window
centered over the door.
The west elevation features a two-story, three-sided bay located at its
north (back) end. The bay is clad in diamond-shaped wood shingles. Each
story features one, single, one-over-one, double-hung sash window per side
of the bay (for a total of six windows).
The house’s foundation is constructed of stone.