This vernacular house is a frame, 2.5-story, vinyl-clad structure with an
end-gabled, asphalt-clad roof and a 2-story shed roofed rear addition.
Rectaangular core features a large, 2-windowed, gabled dormer, centered on
the main (north) elevation. At 2nd level there are two sets of paired, long wi
long windows. All windows on house are 1x1 sash replacements and feature thick s
thick surrounds. At 1st level, the main door is at NE corner; a paired window
window unit is centered. Hipped roofed porch is supported by 4 squared postsit
postsitting on wood deck supported by masonry piers; squared balustrade. New woo
New wooden steps are centered to grade. Immediately west of steps are cemen
cement steps with metal railing reaching a front basement entrance.
Only east façade could be examined: a 1-story extension of the rear add
addition juts out 2-feet from elevation.