This house is a one-and-a-half-story, two-bay Bungalow facing south. Its
main architectural features are its enclosed, hipped-roofed front porch and
wood shingle cladding. It features a front-gabled roof clad in asphalt
shingles with a central stuccoed chimney. The house is clad in wood
shingles. All of the building’s doors and windows are replacements.
The south (front) elevation of the house features an enclosed, one-story,
full-length, hipped-roof porch and an off-set front door. The porch is
accessed by a wood staircase. It features three Doric columns supported by
brick piers and that in turn support the roof and the porch walls. The
off-set front door features full-length, single-pane sidelights on either
side. It is flanked to its east by one of the Doric columns which in turn
is flanked to its east by a full-length ribbon of four, single, fixed-paned
windows. The front door, its sidelights, and each pane in the ribbon
window is topped by a single-pane transom. The wall under the windows is
paneled. In the gable above the first floor, there are two one-over-one,
double-hung sash windows centered in the façade. There is a small,
octagonal window in the peak of the gable.
There is an addition to the north (back) elevation.
The house’s foundation is constructed of concrete.