This 2-story, 4-bay vernacular twin is similar in appearance to its
neighbor to the east. Its main feature is its shed-roofed front porch. It
features a hipped roof that is clad with asphalt shingles and has two brick
chimneys, one located on the east slope of the roof and one located on the
west slope of the roof. The house is clad in aluminum siding. Most of the
windows are flanked by inoperable shutters. The first floor of the south
elevation features a one-story, half-length, shed-roofed porch with two
front doors in the center, one leading into 207 Birch Avenue (east door)
and the other leading into 211 Birch Avenue (west door). The porch is
accessed by two concrete staircases, one on each end of the porch. It
features four iron posts with an iron balustrade. The front doors are
flanked on their east by one, single, one-over-one, double-hung sash window
and on their west by one, single, one-over-one, double-hung sash window.
On the second floor, there are two, single, one-over-one, double-hung sash
windows, one centered over 207’s first floor window and one centered over
211’s first floor window.
There is a shed-roofed, concrete porch with an iron balustrade attached to
the north (rear) elevation of 211 Birch Avenue.