This modest bungalow is part of a larger grouping of similar residential buildings. It sits under a front gable roof, with a gabled porch on the west side that runs nearly the full width of that façade. The gables feature open eaves and decorative knee brackets that penetrate the wide barge boards, typical of the style. The house is clad with double drop siding finished with corner boards above the foundation level, with plywood cladding at the foundation and at the gable end on the porch. The windows are all vinyl sash replacements of the original windows with divided upper sashes and plain board surrounds. The porch gable is supported by a pair of square columns at the corners and is surrounded by a new wood balustrade.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact email@example.com for more information.