The property contains a 2-story, 3-bay vernacular house with some
Colonial Revival details. Its end-gabled
roof is clad with asphalt shingles, and the minimal eaves are aluminum.
The house's frame walls are clad with aluminum siding. Fenestration
consists primarily of replacement 1x1 double hung sash windows; those
on the main (north) elevation feature inoperable louvered shutters. The
main elevation features windows in the western two bays. The eastern
bay has no second floor window; the bay contains a replacement door on
the first floor, opening below a single light transom. The front porch
is a hipped element; its roof is clad with asphalt shingles, and three
turned posts connected by a thin railing support the eaves. A set of
concrete steps leads down to the grade of the front lawn. The house has
a concrete foundation with horizontal basement windows.
The end walls of the house are similar in design. Each end features a
tripartite attic window (replacement) above a noticeable frieze type
board along the eaveline. The lower floors feature windows on two floor
levels, spaced asymmetrically. On the rear of the house (south
elevation) is a shed-roofed porch, the eastern half of which is
enclosed with aluminum cladding.