This property is the location of a 2-story, 2-bay vernacular house that
faces south. Its key features are its pyramidal roof, cube massing, and
hipped front porch.
The house’s pyramidal roof is clad with asphalt shingles, and the eaves
are clad in aluminum siding. The house also is clad in aluminum
siding. The house’s windows and doors are replacements. The first
floor of the south (front) elevation features a one-story, hipped-
roofed, full-length, wood porch and an off-set front door. The porch
is accessed by an off-set wooden staircase that leads to the front door
and that features a double, iron balustrade. The porch features three
wood Doric columns and a wood balustrade. The front door is flanked by
one pair of single, six-over-six, double-hung sash windows flanked by
one pair of inoperable shutters. On the second floor, there are two,
single, one-over-one, double-hung sash windows, one more or less
centered over the front door and one centered over the paired windows
on the first floor.
The east elevation features an exterior, brick chimney and appears to
feature two windows to the north of the chimney on its first floor and
one window to the north of the chimney on its second floor.
The west elevation features on its first floor a center door at grade
flanked by one, single, six-over-six, double-hung sash window located
at the very front of this elevation and two windows to its north. Its
second floor features one small sash window centered over the door and
one window immediately to its north.
There is a one-story, aluminum clad shed-roofed addition on its north
The house’s foundation is clad in stucco.