This vernacular house on a poured concrete foundation has a hip roof porch roof. It is a side gable building with a rectangle plan and an additional front facing gable on the south end of the front elevation. There are a pair of 1/1 windows in the gable and two small square windows have been punched in between the porch roof and building roof. Asbestos siding covers the house. The front porch is almost full width and has columns covered in asbestos shingle siding at either side of the entrance steps. A knee wall runs around the front and sides of the porch. Two large metal slider windows and a modern door fill the lower level of the front elevation. It is a multiple family dwelling as it has two mailboxes and two entrance doors. Most if not all of the windows and doors have been changed to new metal versions. There is detached garage in the back.
This property is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District but is not a locally designated historic site. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.