This house is a two-and-a-half-story, three-bay, American Foursquare
building and its main features are a hipped-roof dormerand aflat-roof front
porch. It features a hipped roof that is clad with asphalt shinglesand has
wood eaves. The house is constructed of common-bond brick. All of the
house’s windows are replacements. The roof of the south (front) elevation
of the house features a centered, hipped-roof dormer with one, double, one-
over-one, double-hung sash window. The first floor of the south elevation
features a one-story, full-length,flat-roofed, wood and brick porch and an
off-set front door. The porch is accessed by an off-set concretestaircase
that leads to the front door and that has a single, wood balustrade. It
features two brick pillars, one on either end of the porch, with two wood
Tuscan columns spaced evenly between the two; it also has a wood
balustrade. The front door is flanked by two, double, one-over-one,
double-hung sash windows to its west. On the second floor, there aretwo,
single, one-over-one, double-hung sash windows centered over the windows on
the first floor.
The roof of the east elevation features a large, shed-roof dormer that has
one, double, one-over-one, double-hung sash window.
There is a two-story addition on the north (rear) elevation of this house.
The house’s foundation is constructed of brick.