This house is a two-and-a-half-story, three-bay, L-shaped, vernacular
building and its main features are a recessed, off-set, side pavilion with
a small wooden porch, wood bargeboards on its front gable, and ahipped-roof
front porch. It features a front-gable roof that is clad with asphalt
shinglesand has scrolled, wood bargeboards over the eaves. There is an
interior brick chimney located at the junction of the main house with the
off-set side pavilion. The house is clad in stucco.
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 and that has a double, metal-
pipebalustrade. It features three turned-wood posts with jigsaw bracketing
and a turned-wood balustrade. The front door is flanked by two, single,
two-over-two, double-hung sash windows to its west. On the second floor,
there are three, single, two-over-two, double-hung sash windows centered
over the windows and door on the first floor.
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 and that has a single, turned-
wood balustrade. It features one turned-wood post with jigsaw bracketing
and a turned-wood balustrade.
The house’s foundation is clad in stucco.