The building on the property is a front end gabled vernacular house
facing north. Key features of the house include its original windows
and front porch. The building's front end gabled roof features a molded
cornice with returns on the front (north) end. The house has a semi-
engaged and shouldered brick chimney on the west elevation near the
northwest corner and a small concrete chimney on its south wall near
the southwest corner. The walls are stuccoed. Fenestration consists of
original 4x1 double hung sash windows, many of which are paired. The
main elevation features a paired attic window; a single and paired
window on the second floor, and the door and a paired window on the
first floor. Windows feature wide wood surrounds, and the first floor
window has undersized shutters. The door is an original unit with six
inset lights above the lockrail. The front porch is also original; it
has a nearly flat, hipped roof with a thick entablature supported by
three square Tuscan columns connected by a simple railing with square
balusters. A brick set of stairs leads down from the porch to the grade
of the front lawn.
The west elevation is a stuccoed wall with windows on the first and
second floor levels. These windows include some paired units and some
single units, plus a 3-part casement on the first floor. The concrete
foundation has a 3-light horizontal basement window.
The east elevation is a stuccoed wall with asymmetrical fenestration.
The second floor has a single window near the southeast corner. The
first floor has a small window near the southeast corner and a window
near the northeast corner. A side door opens onto a mezzanine level
between the basement and the first floor.
The small garage in the rear of the lot is a 1-story, 1-bay building
consisting of concrete walls with a large garage door on the main