This duplex faces south. The two-and-a-half-story, three-bay building
a front-gable roof clad in asphalt shingles; its eaves are clad in
siding. The house also is clad in vinyl siding. All of the house’s
windows are replacements and the door to the business on the first
new. The first floor of the south (front) elevation features the
front door on its west end, a new multi-paned bay window in its middle,
a new door on its east end. The original front door is accessed by a
concrete and brick staircase with a single iron balustrade and it is
protected by a one-story, hipped-roof, wood portico with two wood Doric
columns. The original front door now leads to the second floor. The
door on the east end of this elevation leads to a business. It is
by a concrete and brick staircase with a double iron balustrade and it
protected by a cloth awning.
On the second floor, there is one, single, one-over-one, double-hung
window centered over the original front door and one, double, one-over-
double-hung sash window centered between the single window to its west
the east end of the house. There is one, wide, single, one-over-one,
double-hung sash window centered in the gable.
The east elevation features on its second floor three, single, one-
one, double-hung sash windows evenly spaced across its plane.
The house’s foundation is clad in stucco.