The property contains a 2.5-story, 2-bay vernacular house that faces
south. Its key features are its shed-roofed dormer and front porch.
The two-and-a-half-story, two-bay building has a side-gabled cat-slide
roof clad in asphalt shingles. The roof of the south (front) elevation
of the house features a centered, shed-roof dormer with one, double,
one-over-one, double-hung sash window. The house’s walls are clad in
aluminum siding. The house’s doors are replacements. The first floor
of the south elevation features a recessed, full-length, wood porch
with a wrapped pent eave and an off-set front door. The porch is
accessed by an off-set, wood staircase with a double, wood balustrade.
It features four wood posts that hold up the front of the second floor.
The porch is surrounded by a wood balustrade. The front door is
flanked by one window to its west. The window is a double, one-over-
one, double-hung sash window. On the second floor, there are two,
double, one-over-one, double-hung sash windows more or less evenly
spaced across the second floor.
The east elevation features on its first floor a small, one-story, two-
bay, shed-roof bump-out clad in aluminum siding and located at the
north end of this elevation. The bump-out has one double window at its
south end. The second floor features two windows centered over the
bump-out. The first window is a single window and the second window is
a small single window.
The west elevation features on its first floor one small single window
towards the back of this elevation. On its second floor, it features
one, single, off-set window.
The house’s foundation is clad in stucco.