This house is a two-and-a-half-story, two-bay, vernacular building and its
main architectural features are its steeply-pitched roof and hipped-roof
porch. It features a steeply-pitched, front-gable roof that is clad with
asphalt shinglesand that has vinyl-clad eaves. There is an exterior brick
chimney located on the west end of the north (rear) elevation. The house
is clad in aluminum siding.All of the house’s windows are replacements.
The south (front) elevation of the house features aone-story, full-length,
hipped-roof porch and an off-set front door. The porch is accessed by a
wood staircase with a double, wood balustrade with wood newel posts. It
features three Doric columnsthat support the roof. The off-set front door
is flanked by one, double, one-over-over, double-hung sash window to its
On the second floor, there are two,one-over-one, double-hung sash windows,
oneis centered between the front door and the first floor window and the
other is centered more or less over the western end of the double window on
the first floor. There is one, single, one-over-one, double-hung sash
window centered in the gable of this elevation.
There is a one-story addition to the north (rear) elevation.
The house’s foundation is clad in stucco.