This house is a 2.5-story, 3-bay, American Foursquare building facing
south. Its main features are its hipped-roof front dormer and a hipped-
roof front porch.
The house’s pyramidal roof is clad with asphalt shingles and has vinyl-
clad eaves. A centered, hipped-roof dormer is located on the south
slope of the roof and contains a small 1x1 double hung sash window. The
house’s walls are clad in vinyl siding. All windows and doors are
replacement units, most of which are 1x1 double hung sash units. On
the main (south) elevation, the second floor has an inset oval window
that reduced the historic window west of a 1x1 window. The first floor
has a door in the west bay and two windows.
The first floor of the south elevation features a one-story, full-
length, hipped-roofed, wood porch with four turned-wood posts and a
turned-wood balustrade; it is accessed by an off-set concrete staircase
before the front door.
The east and west side walls feature windows on the first and second
floors that are not aligned vertically; the west elevation has a door
that opens on grade through the cast stone foundation.
At the rear of the property, there is a one-and-a-half-story, two-bay,
gambrel-roofed, concrete block garage.