The primary resource on the property is an American Foursquare house.
The key features of the 2.5-story, 3-bay house are its pyramidal roof,
hipped dormer, and front porch. The house has asphalt shingles on its
pyramidal roof and vinyl-clad eaves. A single dormer is located on the
south slope of the roof; it has a hipped roof, vinyl-clad walls, and a
centered louvered window. The walls are frame, clad with vinyl,
although the first floor wall surface is stuccoed. Windows are
replacement 1x1 units, arranged generally symmetrically on the main
(south) elevation. The door in the west bay of the first floor, south
elevation, is a replacement unit; it and first floor windows feature
lip lintels. The front porch is a hipped roof element resting on four
turned columns connected by a railing incorporating spindle balusters.
A set of concrete stairs in front of the door leads down to the front
lawn. The west elevation has a door on grade opening into a small
mezzanine accessing the first floor and basement. The stuccoed walls of
the basement level feature horizontal basement windows on the side
In the north end of the lot is a 2-car garage. It has a front end
gabled roof, vinyl-clad walls above the overhead garage doors, and a
stuccoed wall surface.