The building on the property is an American Foursquare with a
rectangular footprint. Among its key features are its hipped roof, its
dormer, and its front porch. The house has a hipped roof clad with
asphalt shingles. The dormer on the main (north) elevation has a hipped
roof, a ridge that extends the house's ridge, aluminum walls, and a
replacement 6x6 window. A shouldered, semi-engaged brick chimney is
attached onto the west wall of the house. The house has aluminum eaves,
and its frame walls are stuccoed. Fenestration consists of replacement
6x6 windows, with inoperable and mostly undersized shutters on the main
elevation. The north elevation has a paired window in the west bay of
the first and second floors, aligned vertically. The east bay has a
window on the second floor and a replacement door on the first floor.
The front porch is a hipped roof element that extends along the entire
main elevation. Four thin Tuscan columns supporting the eaves are
connected by a thin railing. In front of the door, a set of brick
stairs leads between a thin railing to the grade of the front lawn.
The side walls have fewer wall openings. The west wall features a
paired window on both floor levels in the center of the wall and a rank
of single windows to the south; all these windows have a rowlock sill.
The east elevation has a single window on the second floor and three
windows of different sizes spaced asymmetrically on the wall surface.
The house has a concrete foundation with horizontal basement windows.