The property contains a 2-story, 3-bay vernacular house that faces
south; a 2-story shed-roofed addition occupies its entire north
elevation. The house’s key feature is its front porch.
The house has a side-gable roof with asphalt shingles and wood eaves.
The house is clad in aluminum siding. Fenestration is roughly
symmetrical, with historic windows. The second floor has three 6x6
windows on the main block, aligned over the first floor door and
windows. First floor windows are 2x2 double-hung sash units. The front
door is located in the west bay of the main elevation; it and the two
first floor windows on the main block are shaded by a 1-story, full-
length front porch. The porch has a shed roof clad with standing seam
tin; three turned wooden posts with dosserets support the eaves of the
porch roof and are connected by a low wood balustrade. The porch is
accessed by a brick staircase with a single, iron balustrade.
The first floor of the east elevation appears to feature two, single,
two-over-two, double-hung sash windows and on its second floor, there
appears to be two, single, six-over-six, double-hung sash windows
centered over the windows on the first floor.
The second floor of the west elevation features one small window
towards the back and there is a small, rectangular window opening
(currently boarded up) centered in the gable of this elevation.
There is a two-story, shed-roofed addition to the north (back)
elevation of the house. It is clad in aluminum siding. Its east
elevation features two single windows on the first floor and two single
windows on its second floor that are more or less centered over the
windows on the first floor. Its west elevation features two single
windows on the first floor and two single windows on its second floor
that are more or less centered over the windows on the first floor.
The house’s foundation is clad in stucco.