This house is a two-and-a-half-story, three-bay, T-shaped mid-20th century
vernacular building and its main features are its low-pitched cross gable
and its recessed front door. It features a side-gable roof with a low-
pitched, front cross-gable that is clad with asphalt shingles and has vinyl
eaves and features one, interior, vinyl-clad chimney located on the east
end of its north slope.The house is clad in vinyl siding. All of the
house’s windows are replacements and are either one-over-one, double-hung
sash windows or single, fixed-pane windows.
There is a two-story, front-gable-roofed addition attached to the north
(rear) elevation of this house.This addition forms the upright of the “T”.