The property contains a 2-story, 4-bay vernacular twin. Its cross-
gabled roof is clad with asphalt shingles and features small brick
chimneys; cornice returns on the north, east, and west elevations; and
a coved cornice. The house's frame walls are stuccoed. Fenestration
consists primarily of 2x2 double hung sash windows that appear to be
original. The main elevation features windows in the tympanum and outer
bays. A large pedimented portico with unfluted Tuscan columns shades
the two doors in the center bays of the main elevation and has concrete
steps leading down to the grade of the lawn. The end walls feature four
bays of windows on two floor levels, arranged asymmetrically. A 2-story
rear addition is aligned with the western wall of the house; it is also
frame, with two bays and a shed roofed porch accessing a side entrance.
The house has a stucco clad foundation.