This house is a two-and-a-half-story, two-bay, vernacular building and its
main architectural features are its weatherboard and wood shingle siding,
steeply pitched roof, and hipped roof porch. It features a steeply-
pitched, front-gable roof that is clad with slate shingles and that has
curved wood bargeboards. There is a center, interior, banded, brick
chimney located towards the back of the roof ridge. The first floor of the
house is clad in weatherboard and the second floor and gable are clad in
wood shingles.The south (front) elevation of the house features a one-
story, full-length, hipped-roof porch clad in tin and an off-set front
door. The porch is accessed by a wood staircase with a single, iron
balustrade. It features three turned-wood posts that support the roof.
The off-set front door is flanked by one, single, two-over-two, double-hung
sash window to its west.
On the second floor, there are two, single, two-over-two, double-hung sash
windows, one is centered more or less over the front door and the other one
is centered more or less over the first floor window. There is one, small,
single, two-over-two, double-hung sash window centered in the gable of this
There is a one-story addition to the north (rear) elevation.